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Thursday, 11 February 2016

Nerja, Spain.


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nerja spain, nerja hotels, hotel nerja, nerja holidays

nerja spain, nerja hotels, hotel nerja, nerja holidays

nerja spain, nerja hotels, hotel nerja, nerja holidays

 nerja spain, nerja hotels, hotel nerja, nerja holidays

nerja spain, nerja hotels, hotel nerja, nerja holidays

nerja spain, nerja hotels, hotel nerja, nerja holidays

The holiday destination of the year: Nerja, Spain.


The first year of Uni was over and what better way to spend it then to go on holiday with your friend?
Our destination was Nerja, a beautiful fishing village on the coast of Costa del Sol in the south of Spain.

Our villa was on top of one of the highest mountains, leaving us speechless when we first arrived and witnessed the beautiful view. The next 7 days were spent sunbathing, swimming in the pool and getting to know the village. Nerja is an international village with many different restaurants from across the world but still keeps its Spanish roots. The restaurant that got me most excited was the German one called Flammkuchen House/Tarte Flambee; there I was in Spain and all I wanted was to eat every single meal from their menu.

The best part of the holiday, besides the amazing food and heat, was the local event we got to experience. It's a tradition that has lasted for decades and is called The Festival of San Juan.
It's a sort of mid-summer party that is held on the beach, with tents, bonfires, and BBQs. The biggest part of the night however was
when suddenly all the locals got naked, jumped over a bonfire and run into the water to banish their soul and body of evil spirits.

Compared to many other Costa Del Sol cities and villages, Nerja is very much worth a visit. It's a quiet town with delicious restaurants, beautiful beaches, and some amazing cocktail bars.









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