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The San Juan de Capistrano Pueblo are so called because they are constructed at low level
and nestle into the hills as opposed to being part of a tall concrete tower block. The view from
the large terrace is over San Juan de Capistrano, Nerja and the sea. The terrace also has
outdoor lights so that you can relax and have that early cocktail on the terrace.
       
 
Nerja Today

Today Nerja's bars and restaurants provide a wide choice of menus for eating either indoors or el-fresco. Close-by, about 15 minutes away, there are two aqua parks that provide extra family entertainment. Nerja also has a large outdoor market every Tuesday morning and most of the town centre has been made car free making it very enjoyable to stroll around as many of the restaurants and bars have outside seating. Local travel agents, who speak English, arrange trips to Granada, Seville, Ronda, Gibraltar and even Morocco. Also the lovely whitewashed village of Frigiliana, which is famous for it's wine and sherry, is only a short distance away.


LOCAL GOLF COURSES
ANORETA: This championship 18 hole course, situated 20 minutes drive to the west of Nerja will provide a challenge for the best of golfers, with large water hazards and unforgiving bunkers. All facilities are available including driving range, pro shop & bar.

SALOBRENA: Situated 35 minutes drive to the east of Nerja,this 9 hole course
situated on the coast gives views to the sea, mountains, and the old town of Salobrena. The course can be enjoyed by all the family and discounts are available for couples and families.


HOLIDAY NERJA

Nerja has little beaches tucked away in small rocky coves and one main beach called Burriana Beach. If you want to do more than soak up the sun and the wonderful atmosphere of Nerja, there is also golf, tennis, water sports and horse riding nearby. The bustling indoor market is stocked with the fruits of both land and sea and naturally everything sold is so beautifully fresh and inexpensive, from locally grown
strawberries to locally caught red mullet and sardines. Why not go to Burriana Beach early in the morning and see the catch being unloaded from the small boats hauled onto the beach. Every Tuesday morning the Gypsy market is held in the winding streets on the west side of the town. This is a market full of colour and colourful characters where you can buy jewellery, trinkets, beautiful pottery and local craft.