NERJA

Nerja is located on the Costa del Sol, 50 minutes from Malaga. It is a village with around 20,000 inhabitants which has retained its individual Andalusian character.

Flanked by mountains and with beautiful beaches, it offers the ideal climate with an average annual temperature of 20ºC. Agriculture, fishing and tourism are the main industries.

Historically, it dates back to Palaeolithic times. However its name originates from Arabic: NARIXA (meaning abundant spring). The open and friendly people, traditions such as Carnival, Holy Week, the fiestas and Patron Saints' Days and its proximity to major cities (such as Malaga, Granada and Seville) make Nerja the ideal place to study our language and culture.


Nerja

Nerja's Prehistoric Caves and the small white villages in the surrounding area are well worth visiting for their cultural interest and individual charm. Being a Mediterranean Coastal Village, all types of water sports are available in addition to tennis, swimming, horse-riding and hiking, all of which can be organised around our intensive courses. You can also make the most of your free time by visiting the local bars and restaurants which serve typical regional dishes, as well as enjoying our traditional art: Flamenco. Nerja has high quality service and catering facilities and offers an excellent atmosphere to all those who come to visit.

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