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Princess Will You Marry Me?

Princess Will You Marry Me? - Thursday 30th of May 2013

Our guides to the bars and restaurants in Nerja can help you if you are planning an evening tapas trail, a special night out at the best restaurant, or are looking for a quiet bar for a drink. Nerja has many festivals and special events throughout the year and provides up to date information on these, and where to find them.

We also have a guide to all the beaches in and around the town, so whether you are looking for a quiet cove for a private swim or a large beach with full amenities, you will find the information you need on

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Winter Rentals 2019/2020

If you are thinking of spending some or all of the winter in Nerja, let us help you find a rental property for Winter 2019/2020. During the winter you can rent a flat or a house for a month for about the same rate as you would pay per week in August - so escape the short days and bad weather of the Northern European winter and come to Nerja instead. Click here to find out more about Nerja Winter Rentals


Nerja In Lockdown

Thursday 19th of March 2020

Nerja and the whole of Spain are currently in lockdown for two weeks (from the 15th of March 2020), with people only allowed to leave their houses/holiday accommodation for work, to travel to the airport/ferry port to return home, to go to the doctors, chemists, bank, tobacconist or the supermarkets to get food. All other shops, bars, restaurants etc are closed.

Schools are of course also closed, with teachers sending their pupils lessons by email.

Pet owners are permitted to take their dog for a short walk (leading to some people to jokingly offer to rent their dog out to prospective dog walkers) but the message is clear for most people – stay at home for the next two weeks. The local police are enforcing the lockdown – you can be stopped by the police and fined if you ignore their advice.

Airlines and ferries are still operating, so foreign visitors can return to their home countries. Residents returning home to Spain, are also being allowed into the country.

Spain’s land borders have also been closed, again only people returning home to Spain are being allowed through, along with goods vehicles, thus ensuring the supply of food, drink, medicines and, most importantly of all, toilet paper.

Food, Drink and Electricity

Mercadona, Lidl and the other supermarkets remain open and are well stocked with goods. Takeaway food can be ordered for home delivery. All services such as electricity, water, internet, phone, TV and petrol/gas bottles from the petrol stations, remain unaffected by the crisis. Small food shops are also still open, some offering home delivery. Internet shopping is also unaffected, so you can buy from Amazon as normal.

So far people are taking the lockdown with good humour, posting videos on social media of the creative ways they are entertaining themselves and their kids at home. At 8pm each night, people are coming out onto their balconies and terraces to applaud the health workers and everyone else keeping the country running at this time. The noise of clapping, whistling and cheering can be heard all around the town.

The lockdown is expected to last for two weeks while the crisis is brought under control.


News €30,000 Stolen At Nerja Caves Box Office Break In The Nerja Cave’s ticket office has been burgled for the second time in six months, this time losing around €31,000 in cash that was collected from ticket sales. When office staff arrived at...Read More»

News Statue of “Chanquete” At Calahonda Beach Nerja council have placed a statue of “Chanquete” overlooking Calahonda Beach, next to the Balcon de Europa Nerja. Chanquete was one of the most popular characters from the famous 1970...Read More»

News Nerja’s Ruta de la Tapa 2019 Draws To A Close Nerja’s month long 7th Ruta de la Tapa 2019 has finally come to an end, with 24 establishments taking part. Each bar or restaurant offered a small beer and a special tapa for just €1.80. As...Read More»

News Nerja Winter Rentals 2019/2020 Many people choose to spend the winter in Nerja, to escape from Northern Europe’s bad weather and short days. Nerja’s mild climate and longer winter days compared to the UK attract many...Read More»

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Nerja Ruta de la Tapa 2019

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