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A town on the famous Costa del Sol, Nerja is a microcosm of its parent region simply because there is so much to do there. Cliffs, beaches, caves, and forests are available for just about any outdoor activity you can think of. The Caves of Nerja are especially famous for the millions of years of remarkable rock formations that occupy a number of halls open to the public. For culture, Nerja’s multiple Feast Days feature authentic entertainment and great food.

Written by  Sarah Clise.

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