in recent years Nerja has become a favoured destination for the more discerning British traveller seeking a quality Spanish holiday.
It's unique cosmopolitan atmosphere is markedly different to the stereotypically English pub/tavern culture that was once so popular.  As a result Nerja provides a wealth of traditional and international influences throughout the town.

There are many places of interest - such as the spectacular and famous local caves - and a host of bars and restaurants which are sophisticated yet affordable.  Nerja boasts the unique Balcon de Europe which provides a popular meeting place for young and old with it's stunning views accross the Mediterranean Sea.

Nerja also enjoys it's own beach culture and the picturesque bay of Burriana Beach provides space for some serious sunbathing with many colourful bars and beach cafes serving freshly made paella.

dating back to Phoenician times, Torrox nas been influenced by Roman, Arab and Moorish cultures in it's long past. With narrow, twisting streets and alleyways, navigating between the whitewashed houses makes exploring a real experience.  From time to time a spectacular view of the mountains or the sea will appear to reward your progress.  Many of the roads are lined with orange trees which provide a colourful contrast to the white walls and the rich blue skies.

With so much history it is worth spending time in Torrox and this is made more pleasant with many friendly bars and pavement restaurants serving mainly traditional Spanish cuisine.

More information on places of interest may be found in Casa Lillotte.