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The new council are making more use of the square, with the occasional fairs at Christmas and Easter, but nothing on a regular basis.
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  • #1 by andrew on Sunday 17th of April 2016 - Sunday 17th of April 2016

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    do they still have the monthly craft fair at plaza de espana ?

    • #2 by GingerHound on Friday 22nd of April 2016 - Friday 22nd of April 2016

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      The new council are making more use of the square, with the occasional fairs at Christmas and Easter, but nothing on a regular basis.

  • #3 by Cmckeo on Wednesday 9th of September 2015 - Wednesday 9th of September 2015

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    Can anyone tell me what time the Jamaca supermarket opposite the Riu Monica stays open on weekday evenings. Our flight gets in late enough, and we just wanted to pick up a few essentials!

  • #4 by geedee on Wednesday 22nd of July 2015 - Wednesday 22nd of July 2015

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    has the new carpark made any difference to the Paseo

  • #5 by Quizmaster on Thursday 11th of June 2015 - Thursday 11th of June 2015

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    Just returned from another wonderful visit to Nerja. Marvellous to catch up with good friends especially Gingerhound.
    Must give a special mention to Becki and all the team at The Cottage restaurant, been there on numerous occasions and the warm welcome and excellent food is to be recommended, dont take my word for it, try it yourselves! 🙂

  • #6 by Hamish on Sunday 29th of March 2015 - Sunday 29th of March 2015

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    Hi, I’m coming out for the week on Friday, staying up in San Juan de Capistrano – which bar or pub would be best to watch the Liverpool Arsenal game on Saturday?
    Also, We get in late into Malaga on the 3rd, probably midnight after we get our bags, can anyone recommend a taxi/driver to bring us to nerja?
    Thanks,
    Hamish

    • #7 by Dorita on Thursday 2nd of April 2015 - Thursday 2nd of April 2015

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      A good place to watch the football is OLAS bar on Burriana. For a taxi google Jaime Tours Nerja, there is a form on the site plus a phone number to enable you to book a taxi on line,cost 64euros for up to four people. Don’t pick up an taxi at the airport they cost a fortune and the drivers are not familiar with Nerja.

  • #8 by Janet Hassall on Sunday 22nd of March 2015 - Sunday 22nd of March 2015

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    The Sunday market/car boot in Nerja is a valuable part of the local economy in terms of both people selling and buying and it allegedly raises thousands of Euros for charities (although it is a while since we saw any account of where the money went, as Margaret used to provide). Since the manager of the market changed, there is a blatant disregard for those depending on this market by cancelling it before it even opens when the weather is thought dubious by someone who lives miles away the other side of Malaga. Traders with adequate shelter and a long way to travel arrive to find no market and when the rain stops before mid morning, many prefer to chance the weather improving and accept the risk of the market being rained off later on; the majority of would-be customers can’t understand why there isn’t a market when they get there. This is causing a huge waste of time, costing for unnecessary travel and loss of income/opportunity to buy for all concerned and shows a total lack of understanding about what this market represents in Nerja. How can the Lions Club be held accountable when it is virtually impossible to find how to contact them?

    • #9 by Ron Adam on Sunday 22nd of March 2015 - Sunday 22nd of March 2015

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      I think Janet Hassall makes a good point. Offten weather forecasts for Nerja vary from one source to another. Sometimes iNerja weather starts out a bit rainy and overcast, then opens up to be okay. Because you don’t know if the boot sale has been canceled or not, even though the weather is passable enough, you tend not to go check it out. In general, cancelations should be minimal. Unless it’s really clearly bad weather, let the buyers and sellers decide if they want to come out or not.

  • #10 by T Littlechild on Tuesday 3rd of March 2015 - Tuesday 3rd of March 2015

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    I am very upset about the horses in Nerja who give carriage rides. Their tack is very hard and not cleaned and the horses have large sores on their noses and ears.
    I have seen carriages in other parts of Europe where the horses and tack are gleaming. I’m sure if Nerja horses were better cared for business would be better. Please can something be done?
    Thank you

  • #11 by Sofia G. Ruiz on Tuesday 15th of July 2014 - Tuesday 15th of July 2014

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    Painting exhibition: From July 25 to August 15 in the municipal hall of Christ Street 14, Nerja, a collection of paintings by the artist G. Ruiz Sofia G. Ruiz . Opening: July 25 at 19:30.
    The title of the exhibition is “Imaginary Portraits” and is about contemporary figurative painting, inspired by the human face and the psychological study.
    More than thirty paintings, some large format, in oil on canvas technique are presented.

  • #12 by Thor on Tuesday 15th of April 2014 - Tuesday 15th of April 2014

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    Hey guys 🙂
    I am travelling with a friend through the South of spain and right now we are in Málaga Looking for some exciting things to do. We found out that there is this beautiful river path in nerja. Do you guys think its worth to go there tomorrow? Or might it be too cold during this time of the Year?

    Thank you very much!
    Thor

    • #13 by GingerHound on Tuesday 15th of April 2014 - Tuesday 15th of April 2014

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      Hey Thor – the river walk will be fine this time of year – the water might be a bit cold, but you will enjoy the walk. More info here: http://mynerja.com/view/walks/walk-along-the-rio-chillar-nerja/

    • #14 by Sue on Tuesday 15th of April 2014 - Tuesday 15th of April 2014

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      Hello, I am glad that someone has sent you details of the Rio Chillar walk – whatever you do in Nerja you will enjoy it, it is such a lovely place, and the weather will be perfect for walking, I would say. Enjoy it!

    • #15 by Thor on Tuesday 15th of April 2014 - Tuesday 15th of April 2014

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      Awesome how fast you answer! :)thank you very much for the information. And recommendation. We will go there for sure!

      Greetings from Malaga

    • #16 by pauln on Wednesday 16th of April 2014 - Wednesday 16th of April 2014

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      Hi Folks,

      Does anyone have any recommendations on good bar quizes locally? Cheers!

  • #17 by ambrose on Wednesday 19th of March 2014 - Wednesday 19th of March 2014

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    Does anyone know if there is a business in Nerja that can be used as a postal address we are only renting here till June There is no room in the postal building in our urbinisation

  • #18 by Angela Seager on Monday 24th of February 2014 - Monday 24th of February 2014

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    Talking opt golf courses… does anyone remember the one that was built somewhere in the vicinity of the Nerja Club Hotel, going down towards Burriana. You had to be a mountain goat to play it !

    • #19 by Jan Wright on Monday 24th of February 2014 - Monday 24th of February 2014

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      Yes the new Mercadona is on half of it now!

      • #20 by Angela Seager on Tuesday 25th of February 2014 - Tuesday 25th of February 2014

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        Better use for it then. I have just left Nerja after six weeks and the new Mercadona had just opened, everyone said it was vast and quiet. I suspect it won’t stay that way. Will use their deliver service when I come back next year.

        • #21 by Thomas Ryan on Tuesday 25th of February 2014 - Tuesday 25th of February 2014

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          Id quite like a golf course nearby, even a 9 hole. Probably increase property values.

          • #22 by Ron Adam on Tuesday 25th of February 2014 - Tuesday 25th of February 2014

            The problem is where they want to put the golf course. It’s a privately owned Barranco adjoining the national park. It runs parallel to the dirt road from the Nerja Caves to the picnic ground. It’s a lovely spot hiked by thousands. To build a golf course in this beautiful ravine will require it to be filled in, changing it forever. There’s been a lot of area tourism development around off-season hiking, including the new Venta de Mineros “hikers-hut” in the Fuente de Espero area plus the new 650 KM Grand Hiking Trail essentially looping from the Nerja Caves to Ronda. The impact of the proposed golf course will impact the area in ways not yet fully understood, perhaps negatively.

    • #23 by Anonymous on Tuesday 25th of February 2014 - Tuesday 25th of February 2014

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      Hi Angela,
      Yes I remember the old nine hole golf course.I played it many times,I was the Director of Golf there. I have never been compared to a mountain goat before but I know what you mean. Do you really believe another supermarket is better than a golf course? Shame on you. I agree with Ryan, a golf course would help house prices.
      Best wishes,
      “Frank” Frankling – mountain goat.

      • #24 by Angela Seager on Tuesday 25th of February 2014 - Tuesday 25th of February 2014

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        Now Mr Mountain Goat ( Frank), I really did not mean a supermarket was better than a golf course, just that the course was in rather a difficult place to play and get to !. Does Nerja really need help with house prices, it seems to be doing alright on its own
        KR
        Angela

      • #25 by lil on Tuesday 25th of February 2014 - Tuesday 25th of February 2014

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        Who needs a golf course???…increase property values….????Nerja is nor Marbella, thanks God!!!!!!!

        • #26 by Phil on Wednesday 26th of February 2014 - Wednesday 26th of February 2014

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          Well said Lil !! Nerja is not Marbella!! It’s a beautiful Andalucian town,
          If you want to play golf go to the Algarve.
          If you’re interested in property values, move to London!

        • #27 by Thomas Ryan on Wednesday 26th of February 2014 - Wednesday 26th of February 2014

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          The possibility of one golf course doesnt make the town another Marbella or the Algarve for that matter. Inward investment and capital projects creates local employment but i suppose for the comfortable ex pat that doesnt really matter…..

          • #28 by John on Wednesday 26th of February 2014 - Wednesday 26th of February 2014

            As a very regular visitor to Nerja for over 20 years I believe that you,Mr. Ryan, must be relatively new to the town given the number of requests for information you’ve made, misunderstand exactly what it is that makes Nerja such a desirable place to visit and live.
            The thousands who visit each year come to Nerja because of the way it is and there is a golf course nearby.
            If it doesn’t have what you want there is a simple answer.

          • #29 by lil on Wednesday 26th of February 2014 - Wednesday 26th of February 2014

            Golf course crackdown in Andalucia
            PUBLISHED: June 1, 2012 at 9:38 am • LAST EDITED: June 1, 2012 at 5:40 pm
            Lead, Sport •
            THE Junta is finally cracking down on housing schemes linked to golf courses.
            Andalucia has rejected plans to build nine new courses insisting the projects do not meet environmental and town planning demands………etc.

            PM
            June 1st, 2012 12:25 pm
            How many jobs would have been created ? How many millions pumped into local economies ? How many businesses would have been kept going ?
            PM
            June 1st, 2012 12:25 pm
            How many jobs would have been created ? How many millions pumped into local economies ? How many businesses would have been kept going ?
            PM
            June 1st, 2012 12:25 pm
            How many jobs would have been created ? How many millions pumped into local economies ? How many businesses would have been kept going ?

            steve,estepona
            June 1st, 2012 7:02 pm
            The answer in no jobs. There are too many golf courses, they are over priced and they do not have enough clients to sustain the clubs. You will have no difficulty booking tee times on existing courses-they are desperate for business. The Junta is right to avoid adding to this problem

            Best of Spain
            June 2nd, 2012 12:12 pm
            Wise financial decision – at last! Town Planners should/must attend a Golf Industry Convention and hear how the lack of increasing Golfers and the increase in maintenance costs are driving PRESENT golf courses to raise Green Fees, etc or go bust. In the Marbella area, we are MORE than saturated with 27 courses, that are losing money. The “new generation” are NOT going into golf – they cannot AFFORD it as a pastime. Hard to even pay the mortgage! The past “schemes” were just to get planning OK, build Apts/Villas “Front Line Golf” to make money for the developers, not gold operators.

            http://www.golf-service.com
            go and check the green fee rates, they’re going down!!!!

            This is my answer to you: I DO NOT THINK THERE ARE MANY EX PATS CAN AFFORD THOSE PRICES!!!!! THEY COME TO NERJA BECAUSE THE COST OF LIVING IS STILL AFFORDABLE”TO HAVE A NICE QUALITY OF LIFE!!!
            NERJA HAS OTHER PRIORITIES….WATER TREATMENT PLANT, EL PLAYAZO ETC. AND THOSE PROJECTS WILL CREATE LOT OF JOBS AND EVERYBODY CAN ENJOY IT!!!
            WHY PEOPLE FALL IN LOVE OF NERJA??? FOR ITS NATURAL BEAUTY, TRANQUILITY AND SECURITY (STILL), NO MASSIVE TOURISM, IS A BLESSING THAT THERE IS NO TRAIN CONNECTION TO NERJA, IF NOT WOULD BE AS UGLY AS, TORREMOLINOS, BENALMÁDENA, FUENGIROLA!!!!!

          • #30 by Phil on Wednesday 26th of February 2014 - Wednesday 26th of February 2014

            Thank you for sharing your knowledge of the economics of the town with us Mr Ryan. As for your cheap insult that I am a comfortable ex pat who doesn’t care about local employment, I wonder what gave you the right to make such an outrageous assumption? Nerja is a beautiful town with many fine attributes,the main one being that it has no golf course. In spite of this it is thriving. Like I said, for selfish golfers, there is always the Algarve…

  • #31 by Thomas Ryan on Monday 24th of February 2014 - Monday 24th of February 2014

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    Afternoon friends, just back from a very enjoyable week in the town. I read in a couple of estate agent windows that Nerja maybe getting its own golf course, can anyone shed any light on this? Final comment on the mighty Mirasol,absolutely awsome gambas pil pil, ive tried a few places in town and no one gets close, keep it up fellas.

    • #32 by GingerHound on Monday 24th of February 2014 - Monday 24th of February 2014

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      There have been plans for years to build a golf course by the Nerja caves – plans that have been mired in controversy and legal action. The mayor has just won the latest round of the legal actions, but the controversy and opposition won’t go away. I seriously doubt if a golf course can be built on top of such an important tourism, heritage and scientific site and anything to the contrary should be taken with a very large pinch of salt…

      • #33 by Ron Adam on Wednesday 26th of February 2014 - Wednesday 26th of February 2014

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        I hope you are right, but I think there are reasons to be concerned. There couldn’t be a worse possible location in the Nerja area but the legal actions have already gone to the highest court in Andalusia, with a favorable result for the development firm behind the goft course, which is owned by George Soros, a Multi-billionaire. Phil thinks it is a good thing that there is no goft course but clearly the Mayor and others on the Council think it would be a positive long-term addition for Nerja, and would create employment and ongoing tax revenues. I signed the local Change.org petition AGAINST the golf course and recommend other ex-pats consider doing so as well. This disaster could be further along then we think!

  • #34 by Thomas Ryan on Thursday 6th of February 2014 - Thursday 6th of February 2014

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    Me again, myself and the missus are looking to hire some bikes, suggestions for any cycle trails would be appreciated (flat road). Thanks again.

    • #35 by GingerHound on Friday 7th of February 2014 - Friday 7th of February 2014

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      You can cycle from one side of Nerja to the other along the flat, starting at the Burriana end of Calle Carabeo and going all the way to the end of el Playazo beach. The Rio Chillar river side walk has a cycle path that you can follow and you can continue on up the river all the way to the car park at the start of the Rio Chillar walk (or further if you have mountain bikes). If you are brave you can cycle along the N-340 road to Torrox (and beyond), or go the other direction to Maro and the natural park.

    • #36 by Thomas Ryan on Friday 7th of February 2014 - Friday 7th of February 2014

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      Thanks for the bike info ginger, a couple of questions to finish. Where would you suggest/ recommend for a nice valentines dinner next friday. Finally are there any bars or clubs with flamenco shows currently on the go? Cheers again

      • #37 by GingerHound on Friday 7th of February 2014 - Friday 7th of February 2014

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        Most restaurants in Nerja will have a special valentines menu – there are lots of places to choose from depending what you are after and what your budget is. Bakus at the end of Calle Carabeo is one of the best restaurants at the moment, but there are cheaper options, including going out for a curry 🙂

        You can get flamenco at Burro Blanco on Calle Gloria in the old town.

        Hope that helps.

  • #38 by Thomas Ryan on Tuesday 4th of February 2014 - Tuesday 4th of February 2014

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    Hi folks

    Can anyone advise how long the bus journey is from Nerja to Granada?

    Thanks

    • #39 by Phil on Tuesday 4th of February 2014 - Tuesday 4th of February 2014

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      2 buses , 1 to Motril then Motril up the hill to Granada . Approx. 2 hours

    • #40 by Ron Adam on Tuesday 4th of February 2014 - Tuesday 4th of February 2014

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      Actually it depends on the specific bus, as they take different routes. Travel time varies from 2 to 2.5 hours. If you are merely going for the day, the first bus leaves at 6:30 AM and arrives at 9:00 AM, taking longer because it goes up the old mountain route above Almuñecar. That road has 1,000 curves!

      • #41 by Phil Smith on Wednesday 5th of February 2014 - Wednesday 5th of February 2014

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        Actually, that is the most superfluous and pedantic message I have ever received.

    • #42 by Thomas Ryan on Wednesday 5th of February 2014 - Wednesday 5th of February 2014

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      Thanks fellas.

  • #43 by di j on Monday 3rd of February 2014 - Monday 3rd of February 2014

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    Arriving sunday 3rd August 2014 late evening –where will I find a Supermarket open?

    • #44 by GingerHound on Wednesday 5th of February 2014 - Wednesday 5th of February 2014

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      There are two mini-markets on Avenida Mediterraneo at Torrecilla (near to the Rui Monica hotel) that are generally open in the evenings. Depends what time you are arriving?

  • #45 by Janet on Saturday 18th of January 2014 - Saturday 18th of January 2014

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    Where is the water treatment plant being built? and anyone know what is going on in the campo between the main road and the river where lorries are dumping loads regularly and have been for some time?

  • #46 by Chris Irwin on Sunday 12th of January 2014 - Sunday 12th of January 2014

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    We have NIE numbers from when we had a property
    in Menorca. We sold the property in 2005. Do we
    have to renew the NIE numbers or do they last for
    a certain period of time?

    Many thanks

  • #48 by nick on Monday 23rd of December 2013 - Monday 23rd of December 2013

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    Happy Xmas to MyNerja Thanks for all the hard work this year.

    • #49 by John on Wednesday 25th of December 2013 - Wednesday 25th of December 2013

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      Many thanks indeed, hope all having a relaxing Christmas.

  • #50 by Geoff D on Thursday 12th of December 2013 - Thursday 12th of December 2013

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    Does anyone know if the new supermarket by Capistrano will be opening any day soon

    • #51 by Sheila on Thursday 12th of December 2013 - Thursday 12th of December 2013

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      I have heard it’s meant to be open early January.

  • #52 by Chris Irwin on Sunday 10th of November 2013 - Sunday 10th of November 2013

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    Many thanks to all of you that have taken the time to
    reply to my question. It is very useful information.

    Thanks again.
    Chris

  • #53 by Sheena Topping on Saturday 9th of November 2013 - Saturday 9th of November 2013

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    Anyone know if there’s any Saint Andrew’s Day celebration in Nerja?

  • #54 by Chris Irwin on Saturday 9th of November 2013 - Saturday 9th of November 2013

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    We are looking to come out to Nerja next winter for 6 to 12 months. Would anyone be able to advise us to how much you think you would need to live each month out there. It would probably be October to October. We would want to
    rent a house for this period as well.

    Many thanks.
    Regards

    • #55 by Teresa Hopkins on Sunday 10th of November 2013 - Sunday 10th of November 2013

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      It depends on what sort of lifestyle you want. You can rent a studio or one bed apartment for as little as 350 euros a month over 12 months. On a daily basis, eating out once or twice a week, I guess as little as 80-100 euros a week.
      There are also tax implications – I understand you can only live in Spain for six months of the year without registering for tax.

    • #56 by Angela Seagere on Sunday 10th of November 2013 - Sunday 10th of November 2013

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      Hi Chris, interested in your post. Cant give you a figure on how much it would cost per month to live as there are obviously many factors to take in to account. Funnily enough I am going out to Nerja in January for 6 weeks to get a feel for living there for at least 6 months of the year. Will be able to tell you more. It is interesting to note that there are many more properties available on a long term rent now than a few years ago. The company associated with this web site are good and I shall be going to see them again in January. If you want to keep in touch privately let me know and I will give you my email address and let you know my findings.
      I have been going to Nerja for over 27 years and just love the place !

      • #57 by Chris Irwin on Sunday 10th of November 2013 - Sunday 10th of November 2013

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        Hi Angela

        Please let me know your email, it would be great
        to keep in touch.

        Chris

        • #58 by Angela Seager on Monday 11th of November 2013 - Monday 11th of November 2013

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          Hi Chris:

          We are staying at Carabeo end in January. This is my favourite end of town. I expect that may cause some comment on My Nerja – but hey its by no means set in stone for next year !
          Kind regards
          Angela

    • #59 by Jan Wright on Sunday 10th of November 2013 - Sunday 10th of November 2013

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      Hi Chris, we book November to June and you would look at paying between €450 to 600 euros a month depending on a flat or 2/3 bed house depending on location; we are near Burriana. I don’t know whet happens in the peak period as the landlords max it out but we used SMS Nerja agents so you can ask them, haggling is allowed! Then allow €60 a month for heating/electric up to March then it drops to around €40. Food I think is cheaper if you go mostly for local and Spanish products but if course eating and drinking out adds on! But that’s what you go there for! Then it depends on if you want to hire a car which up to you but obviously really adds up – we pay around €200 a month average. I hope that helps, enjoy and let us know when you’re going out and we can meet up! Regards Jan

    • #60 by GingerHound on Sunday 10th of November 2013 - Sunday 10th of November 2013

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      Hi Chris. You have had some really useful replies here. Just to add many holiday rental owners will do long winter lets at cheap rates, until April time, otherwise you are looking at a long term rental, which are a maximum of 11 months. Have a look at the long term rentals page on the site to get an idea of what the rent will cost you: http://mynerja.com/rentals/nerja-long-term-rentals/

      With regard to tax, although technically you are supposed to become tax resident in Spain if you are here for more than six months in one calendar year, in reality, unless you are planning to work here, most people won’t take the trouble to do so, especially if they are paying tax in the UK. If you are going to work, or stay here permanently, its a different question and you should get paid-for advice.

      Enjoy your stay.

  • #61 by Geoff on Friday 25th of October 2013 - Friday 25th of October 2013

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    Just noticed that Bollywood Bombay has turned into Gates of India. Not surprised that BB has closed but are these the same people under a different name? Nerja does not need another curry house (unless this place turns out to be better than Jaipur!) so does MyNerja know why the name has changed and whether the chefs are any good? I was given a menu on my way past and the prices are as high as everywhere ekse with no mention of take away discount.

    • #62 by John on Tuesday 29th of October 2013 - Tuesday 29th of October 2013

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      Don’t know if it’s the same people but a change of name/ownership doesn’t mean another Indian restaurant in Nerja.
      If you’re looking for a good take away why not try Little India & Donner Kebab?
      Good food, freshly prepared, large portions, reasonable prices.
      Try it, I think you’ll be pleased.

  • #63 by Sarah Cardiff on Sunday 6th of October 2013 - Sunday 6th of October 2013

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    Hi how easy is it to move up and down the Costa del Sol by bus from Nerja? We would like to see some of the other resorts or perhaps visit Funegirola Zoo, also is it possible to get to Alhambra palace by public transport?
    Many thanks
    Sarah

    • #64 by GingerHound on Monday 7th of October 2013 - Monday 7th of October 2013

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      There are regular buses from Nerja to Malaga, where you can change to get buses further down the coast to places such as Fuengirola and there is also a bus service to Granada. Nerja to Granada takes over 2 hours and is €19 return – so not very fast and not cheap either.

      Summary of bus times: http://mynerja.com/about/nerja-bus-timetables/

      Bus company website: http://www.alsa.es/portal/site/Alsa/

      • #65 by sara on Wednesday 9th of October 2013 - Wednesday 9th of October 2013

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        if you catch ( i think)1730 bus from Granada to Nerja you go down the old road its a fantastic journey

    • #66 by Ron Adam on Wednesday 9th of October 2013 - Wednesday 9th of October 2013

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      If you go to the bus station ticket office you can get a printed schedule for the various buses, and can see which ones are more direct. For example, the 9:40 AM bus takes a more direct route to Malaga then the 10:00 AM bus. For Grenada, some buses take the old country road (1,000 curves!) and other buses go out the faster Auto Via route. If you take the bus into Malaga, you can walk across the street to the train station and on the far side of the station you can take the fast, frequent and comfortable Cernicas subway/train to Fuengirola. The train goes via Malaga airport (faster then the airport bus) and is underground for part of the trip. Although it makes various stops, I think it is still faster then the Malaga/Fuengirola buses. The train runs three times an hour in both directions.

  • #67 by Angela Seager on Sunday 29th of September 2013 - Sunday 29th of September 2013

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    We used to go to a restaurant up in the hills past Frigiliana which was very rustic and had its own swimming pool. You could go and have great sea food and swim before lunch. Does anyone know if its still there – for the life of me I cant remember its name. You had to drive down a dirt track to get to it. Many thanks

    • #68 by Ron Adam on Sunday 29th of September 2013 - Sunday 29th of September 2013

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      I wonder if you are thinking of the fantastic food of the Bar El Acebuchal about 5 kilometers up in the hills beyond Frigiliana! It has great food, a lovely rustic atmosphere and a nice looking pool among the rebuilt Cortijos. You can see the pool as you drive down the dirt road into the village. I hike there often from Frigiliana on Wednesday’s with John Keogh’s walking tours (http://mynerja.com/view/services/walking-hiking-tours-with-john-keogh/). We always have a great time and delicious food, although I haven’t ever been in the pool. Even if it isn’t the place you were thinking about, you might want to give it a try!

      • #69 by Angela Seager on Monday 30th of September 2013 - Monday 30th of September 2013

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        Thank you Ron, it certainly sounds like it – all I can remember is we had some great lunches there. Just looked at Johns walking tours and they look great – if only I were fit enough! However, coming to Nerja in January for 6 weeks and intend to try and get fitness levels up – flat walking only at first.
        The walk you do on a Wednesday looks wonderful – but not for the faint hearted I think.
        Kind regards
        Angela

        • #70 by Sheila Bowman on Monday 30th of September 2013 - Monday 30th of September 2013

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          Hi Angela, the restaurant you mention with the swimming pool is El Cerro, which is high above Frigliana. Had many a good long lunch there.

    • #71 by Sheila Bowman on Saturday 12th of October 2013 - Saturday 12th of October 2013

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      Hi Angela, the restaurant is El Cerro, and yes, it is still open.

      • #72 by Angela Seager on Saturday 12th of October 2013 - Saturday 12th of October 2013

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        Thank you Sheila, I remember the name now. Hope to go next year when I come back.

  • #73 by Angie Seager on Wednesday 25th of September 2013 - Wednesday 25th of September 2013

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    Coming to Nerja in January for 6 weeks with a girlfriend would love to find the following:
    someone who can teach us basic Spanish
    Also are there many restaurants open/ or do they all mainly close after a busy season?
    Some social activities with like minded Brits who can tell us a bit more about spending our retirement in this wonderful town.
    Many thanks

    • #74 by GingerHound on Thursday 26th of September 2013 - Thursday 26th of September 2013

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      Hi Angie

      For Spanish lessons try Eduardo:

      http://mynerja.com/view/services/private-spanish-lessons-and-translation-services/

      There are also council run classes for €15 per month:

      http://mynerja.com/view/nerja-information/spanish-classes-at-the-centro-social-giner-de-los-rios-nerja/

      There will be a lot of restaurants and bars open during the winter season – although many close for a break until March, there is no shortage of places to go.

      • #75 by Angela on Thursday 26th of September 2013 - Thursday 26th of September 2013

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        Thanks for you help. I shall look at all avenues including Rosemary….
        The council run classes sound good.
        I am sure there is not a shortage of places to go, but just looking forward to relaxing. Did I see Nerja hasan indoor swimming pool now ?
        Once again
        thanks

        • #76 by GingerHound on Friday 27th of September 2013 - Friday 27th of September 2013

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          Yes, there is an indoor swimming pool at the sports centre near to the SuperSol on the east side of town.

        • #77 by Angela Seager on Friday 27th of September 2013 - Friday 27th of September 2013

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          Thanks Gingerhound much appreciated

          • #78 by GingerHound on Friday 27th of September 2013 - Friday 27th of September 2013

            You’re welcome. I am sure you will enjoy your stay here. January and February are a great time to visit.

    • #79 by Rosemary on Thursday 26th of September 2013 - Thursday 26th of September 2013

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      Hello Angie
      I shall be able to teach you both basic or conversational Spanish! I am English and have been speaking Spanish since 1979 and am fluent, having lived for years in Southern Spain and Eastern Bolivia. I have been tutoring in Spanish to singles or small groups of pupils of all ages and understand the particular ways to get in to, or get to grips with, the language; I have the CELTA certificate in TEFL which also helps. Please contact me at rosemary(dot)wild(at)gmail(dot)com any time to arrange lessons to suit your needs and budget. I’m also in UK on 01799 520868 until Monday 31 Sept evening if you’d like to chat about this. Hope to hear from you! Rosemary

  • #80 by sylvain on Wednesday 4th of September 2013 - Wednesday 4th of September 2013

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    I am looking for an apartment for the month of October until mid nov. What would be the price for electricity and gaz I should expect for 30 days?

    • #81 by Geoff Dodd on Wednesday 4th of September 2013 - Wednesday 4th of September 2013

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      There has been talk over the last year or so about the loss of English TV stations. When we were there in March we took our own Sky card which worked OK. We are in a different villa this time and I was wondering what the current situation is.

      • #82 by GingerHound on Thursday 5th of September 2013 - Thursday 5th of September 2013

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        At the moment most of the channels still seem to be working and no one knows if or when the new satellites will be switched on and the old ones switched off.

        • #83 by Geoff Dodd on Thursday 5th of September 2013 - Thursday 5th of September 2013

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          Thanks for that Gingerhound; you are the Nerja Meister. We wont bother with our card this time and see how it goes. Its only really so Mrs D can watch Countdown, and I can watch the Rugby League Playoffs which I am sure I can find somewhere.

  • #84 by Teresa on Wednesday 4th of September 2013 - Wednesday 4th of September 2013

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    I am staying in Frigliana for a couple of weeks in October and am wondering if anyone knows if there are any English speaking church services in the town. I usually go to one in Nerja when I stay there but it would be more convenient to attend one in Frigliana.

  • #85 by Loobyloo on Monday 2nd of September 2013 - Monday 2nd of September 2013

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    Hi all,

    I’m so impressed with this site. It’s fantastic. We’re coming to Nerja in October for a family holiday. We have hired a villa and will be arriving on a Sunday afternoon. We will be bringing my two small children and I’m starting to worry that there won’t be any supermarkets open to get basics like milk, bread etc. Do any of the garages open on a Sunday?

    I’d be really grateful if anyone can help!

    • #86 by Sue on Tuesday 3rd of September 2013 - Tuesday 3rd of September 2013

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      Hi

      Some of the smaller supermarkets, such as the one on Burriana Beach, do tend to open on Sundays but for shorter hours. There are also several petrol stations which have small shops attached, which should be open on a Sunday. The Supersol near us has been opening on a Sunday but that is usually just in the main Summer months (unless that’s changed and I’ll find out when I arrive next week!).

      Hope you have a wonderful holiday. Regards, Sue.

    • #87 by Jan Wright on Tuesday 3rd of September 2013 - Tuesday 3rd of September 2013

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      Hi, Jamaica supermarket opposite the Riu Monica Hotel at Torrecilla seems to be open all the time and not too expensive. Also there is one at the bottom of Calle Filipinas at Burriana, it’s a bit expensive but if you only want a few essentials until Monday it’s ok.

      Salud
      Jan

      • #88 by Loobyloo on Wednesday 4th of September 2013 - Wednesday 4th of September 2013

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        That’s great help, thank you very much. I can relax now!! We’re very much looking forward to our visit

  • #89 by Mairi macDonald on Sunday 1st of September 2013 - Sunday 1st of September 2013

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    Hola, we are really looking forward to visiting Nerja for the first time over Christmas this year. We have booked an apartment and so are looking forward to cooking some great fresh food, but are also looking forward to eating in some great, traditional Spanish restaurants.

    We would in particular love recommendations on where to book to eat on Christmas Eve – thank you in advance!

    I know that we can ‘google’ places but I’d rather hear your personal opinions if possible!

    • #90 by Jan Wright on Monday 2nd of September 2013 - Monday 2nd of September 2013

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      Hi Mairi

      The Spanish treat Christmas Eve (Nochebueno) as their Christmas Day for families so not all restaurants are open although with the current financial climate more may open! I would keep an eye out on various Nerja information websites including this one, Nerja now and Nerja today for which ones are opening. definitely book somewhere for Christmas day lunch well in advance. I like Pinocchio’s for a variety, don’t be put off by the Italian looking menu!

      Best wishes

      Jan

  • #91 by Steve Adams on Wednesday 21st of August 2013 - Wednesday 21st of August 2013

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    on a recent visit to Nerja, I saw various Junior football teams training on the newish six a side floodlit astro pitch at the Parc Verano Azul just off Calle Antonio Ferrandis Chanquette. I am a quaified goalkeeping coach and would like the opportunity to assist with coaching on my visits to Nerja.

  • #92 by Bridgette on Tuesday 6th of August 2013 - Tuesday 6th of August 2013

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    I would desperately like to know what happened to two very good friends of mine who lived in Nerja some 30 years ago. Although they were both good friends, for some reason I only ever knew their first names. Martina was a German girl. She lived with a guy called Jesus very near to the Balcon. Jesus was an Electrician. My other friend’s name was Roswitha. She was Austrian and an Artist. She did beautiful drawings in crayon. She lived with a gypsy called Manolo. Manolo worked in El Colono playing the guitar. Sadly he died of cancer when in his 30s. I’m not sure what happened to Roswitha after that. I myself married a Spaniard who used to work in El Burro Blanco. We moved to the UK and I sadly lost touch with my friends. I would love to know if anyone remembers them or could tell me where the ladies are now? Many thanks.

    • #93 by Filovance on Tuesday 6th of August 2013 - Tuesday 6th of August 2013

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      Bridgitte
      I can assure you that Jesus was a carpenter, not an electrician.

      • #94 by Bridgette on Monday 19th of August 2013 - Monday 19th of August 2013

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        I was sure he was an Electrician, as that was how I first learned the word Eelectricista. I asked his girlfriend, Martina, what he did for a living. Can you tell me anything else? What happened to him and Martina?

      • #95 by DrD on Thursday 22nd of August 2013 - Thursday 22nd of August 2013

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        Absolutely, and his mother, Mary, was a virgin!

  • #96 by lesley Thompson on Tuesday 6th of August 2013 - Tuesday 6th of August 2013

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    I usually travel to Nerja via bus from the airport to the estacion autobus then on to Nerja. I have been told that you now have to get a ticket for the airport bus from a booth/ office rather than on the bus from the driver. If so where is this located inside or outside the arrivals building? They don’t always let you go back in if you can’t find somewhere you need inside. _ I don’t want to pay for a taxi!!

    • #97 by Albert on Tuesday 6th of August 2013 - Tuesday 6th of August 2013

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      When you arrive at the Malaga bus station go inside the main building and turn right. The ALSA booth is the furthest booth on the right. There is usually a long line waiting, or there are ticket machines with no waiting (If you can understand them!) By the way this has been the system for at least the past five years, I have always used it and it works well, the cost is 4.13 euros single.

    • #98 by GAIL PLATT on Tuesday 6th of August 2013 - Tuesday 6th of August 2013

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      I have done the journey a few times, but not since 2011.
      Bought the ticket inside the main terminal building, from a booth then. You reach this area by taking signs for autobuses.
      GOOD LUCK!

    • #99 by Gillian on Tuesday 6th of August 2013 - Tuesday 6th of August 2013

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      You can buy your ticket from the bus driver.
      Was back and forward several times last year.
      Enjoy.

    • #100 by Sheena on Tuesday 6th of August 2013 - Tuesday 6th of August 2013

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      Go to the Alsa booth inside.

    • #101 by Ron Adam on Tuesday 6th of August 2013 - Tuesday 6th of August 2013

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      Depending on your baggage situation you might want to take the underground train from the Malaga Airport to the Maria Zambano train station, which is accross the street from the bus station. I think it is called the Cercanias. It runs three times an hour between Malaga and Fuengirola, via the airport. It is fast, only about 7 minutes from the airport to the Maria Zambano train station stop. I think it is The third stop. the train continues further to Central Malaga. The train station is directly accross from the arrivals exit. It drops you off on the far side of the train station, and it’s a bit of a walk to the other side of the station to the door leading accross the side street to the bus station. The buses to Nerja seem to leave from the farthest gates (number 35 generally) and are packed this summer so you might want to first go inside to buy your ticket to make sure you get a seat. Try to take the most direct bus. The buses going along the busy coast road through Torre Del Mar take forever.one more point is that the airport busses don’t run as frequently as they used to, and take a longer, slower local route. i think most people use the airport train to get to and from the airport.

  • #102 by Geoff Dodd on Monday 5th of August 2013 - Monday 5th of August 2013

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    We are coming to Nerja next month and staying in a villa just up from the new carpark at Burriana. I have read the work will stop for the Summer season and restart in Autumn. Any ideas what that will mean. Hopefully after Feria week

    • #103 by GingerHound on Tuesday 6th of August 2013 - Tuesday 6th of August 2013

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      The work on the car park has certainly stopped at the moment (cars are parked there instead), but when it will re-start is not clear.

      What normally happens with construction work here, is that they wait until easter to get work underway that they planned to do in the winter – so you may be lucky 🙂

  • #104 by Jeanette on Monday 29th of July 2013 - Monday 29th of July 2013

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    There appears to be some activity in two of the “walled waste ground” areas today (29th July 2013) on c/Almirante Carranza. Bulldozers are clearing the spaces. Is this possibly the Ayuntamiento considering return to parking?

  • #106 by Sly on Sunday 21st of July 2013 - Sunday 21st of July 2013

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    we are a family of 5 looking to mingle with the locals for 4-6 weeks this coming fall. Kids are 12-14-15. Improve our Spanish. In what area of town, should we look for rental maybe close by some Collegio?
    thank you

  • #108 by John Graham on Wednesday 10th of July 2013 - Wednesday 10th of July 2013

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    Hi, Does anyone know if Poseidon Restaurant (Zorbas) is still open?
    The food has always been delicious and the service good but a friend has just returned from Nerja and thinks it’s closed down.

    Thanks for any news.

    • #109 by GingerHound on Saturday 13th of July 2013 - Saturday 13th of July 2013

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      Poseidon does appear to be closed at the moment. There is no sign in the window to say when or if it will be re-opening.

      • #110 by John on Saturday 13th of July 2013 - Saturday 13th of July 2013

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        Sad news, hope it’s only temporary and thanks for taking the troubles to investigate and reply.

  • #111 by Jerry on Thursday 23rd of May 2013 - Thursday 23rd of May 2013

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    Great site. Just a question on the weather forecast. I am over in a couple of weeks and have been checking the Nerja weather on MyNerja and on AEMET the national weather service. For tomorrow, Friday the AEMET site has a beautiful day with 5% chance of rain but MyNerja has a 50% chance of rain and possible thunderstorms. Not criticising anyone, weather is difficult, just interested and wondering why the difference. Thanks

    • #112 by Caterina on Tuesday 28th of May 2013 - Tuesday 28th of May 2013

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      I am looking for private guitar lessons to be given at home (nerja/torrox) area anyone can help? Many thanks

      • #113 by John on Wednesday 29th of May 2013 - Wednesday 29th of May 2013

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        Caterina, I could give you guitar lessons. Let me know if you are interested.

  • #114 by Wilfred on Tuesday 21st of May 2013 - Tuesday 21st of May 2013

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    Is there anywhere in nerja to hire beach chairs ?

  • #116 by denise on Sunday 19th of May 2013 - Sunday 19th of May 2013

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    hi could anybody tell me if there is english speaking gym in nerja and if you can join it on a monthly basis as we are coming to nerja for 8 weeks.

    • #117 by GingerHound on Sunday 19th of May 2013 - Sunday 19th of May 2013

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      • #118 by denise on Tuesday 21st of May 2013 - Tuesday 21st of May 2013

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        thats great thanks

      • #119 by denise on Tuesday 21st of May 2013 - Tuesday 21st of May 2013

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        thank you do you know if you can join it on a monthly base

        • #120 by GingerHound on Tuesday 21st of May 2013 - Tuesday 21st of May 2013

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          Yes you can – there is more information on the link I posted.

    • #121 by Phil on Monday 20th of May 2013 - Monday 20th of May 2013

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      Hello Denise, the gym doesn’t speak English but some of the people do

  • #122 by george on Saturday 18th of May 2013 - Saturday 18th of May 2013

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    We are arriving Nerja for family holiday on 25/05/13. Son, Son-in-law, and Grandson football fanatics and are planning to attend match in Malaga on the Tuesday of our stay, do you know if there is a local supporters club who maybe arrange transport they could get in contact with?

    • #123 by Jerry on Thursday 23rd of May 2013 - Thursday 23rd of May 2013

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      Hi George
      Last time I was in Malaga I went with the Guiri army to a Malaga match but that was not from Nerja. They have a website with contact info so send them an email, maybe they can put you in touch with someone in Nerja who goes. http://www.guiriarmy.com/ Otherwise just get the bus to Malaga, its a simple walk from the centre along the river to the ground.

      • #124 by george on Thursday 23rd of May 2013 - Thursday 23rd of May 2013

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        Hi,
        Thanks for info.

  • #125 by Mark on Wednesday 15th of May 2013 - Wednesday 15th of May 2013

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    Hi!

    1st time coming to Nerja on the summer, do you recommend to use swimming shoes at the beaches around Nerja? Are there sea urchins or sharp rock beaches there?

    Regards,
    Mark

    • #126 by GingerHound on Wednesday 15th of May 2013 - Wednesday 15th of May 2013

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      Hi Mark. It depends on the beach, some are sandy, others can be painful (especially if you go to the more remote beaches in the natural park), so a pair of crocs will come in handy.

      • #127 by Sue on Thursday 16th of May 2013 - Thursday 16th of May 2013

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        Hi, yes the beaches can be quite stoney and so the best bet I find is to walk down to the sea in a pair of flip flops and then just as you get near enough to avoid them getting washed away, leave them on the beach and carry on into the water. Good to luck for a landmark as to where you left them though as you could end up drifting down the beach and then losing them!

    • #128 by therese dunne on Thursday 16th of May 2013 - Thursday 16th of May 2013

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      hi mark would recommend beach shoes for most beaches especially swimming only a few euros in the shops there especially the chinese shops

  • #129 by ta on Sunday 12th of May 2013 - Sunday 12th of May 2013

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    We are just booking our return visit to nerja this year in October .We were there last year for the Oct festival and while we enjoyed it we stayed in the Carabeo area which was very noisy .Could any one tell me dates for this years festival so we can book some other area that is a little further away and a little quieter .Any suggestions welcome.

    • #130 by GingerHound on Sunday 12th of May 2013 - Sunday 12th of May 2013

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      The Feria dates haven’t been confirmed, but if you are visiting in the week of the 8th to the 14th you are better off booking in another part of Nerja. Either the Parador area, or the Torrecilla area are both convenient locations and should be nice and quiet even during the Feria.

  • #131 by Margareta Jendmyr on Friday 5th of April 2013 - Friday 5th of April 2013

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    Hi! Tomorrow we are leaving Gothenburg for one week in Nerja. We are staying at the Calabella hotel. We sure look forward to be in Your qute town for vacation. One question: we plan to visit the Al Hambra Castle and the mosque in Cordoba. Is it possible to get swedish guiding there?
    Best regards
    Margareta Jendmyr

    • #132 by Ron Adam on Friday 5th of April 2013 - Friday 5th of April 2013

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      Regarding the Alhambra Palace:
      Audio-guides are available in 5 languages (Spanish, English, German, Italian, French). These are available in the atrium (by the ticket offices) and at the gift shop in the Palace of Carlos V.
      My understanding is that official guides in Granada must complete a three year study there. That might meant essentialy the guides generally would be Spanish. However, I have heard Japanese guides there with that country’s tourists. You might need to contact the Alhambra General Manager via their web “contact” site. Here’s the link:
      http://www.alhambra-patronato.es/index.php/Brief-History/34+M5d637b1e38d/0/

      Good luck!

    • #133 by Max on Friday 10th of May 2013 - Friday 10th of May 2013

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      Do you mean the Alhambra in Granada? If so yes you can get an audio guide, hand held device. Just select the language that you want 🙂 and it guides you around the whole complex at your own speed.

      Oh just noticed the date you posted. Hope you enjoyed your stay?

  • #134 by Jan Wright on Friday 5th of April 2013 - Friday 5th of April 2013

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    Hi, I wonder if anyone plays table tennis or knows or where there may be a table hidden away indoors or outdoors? I would be interested in joining a group or starting one, thanks – Jan

    • #135 by Sinead on Friday 5th of April 2013 - Friday 5th of April 2013

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      I think I recall seeing one downstairs at the Beach Cafe in the Balcon de Europa hotel.

    • #136 by Richard on Friday 5th of April 2013 - Friday 5th of April 2013

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      The villa flamenca hotel has a good table in a semi outdoor space

  • #137 by CAROLINE BRAHAN on Thursday 21st of March 2013 - Thursday 21st of March 2013

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    Hi,
    Can you tell me the programme of events for April in the cultural centre,Also any info on the Nerja Players,rehersal time,can anyone join in, ect…

    • #138 by GingerHound on Thursday 21st of March 2013 - Thursday 21st of March 2013

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      Hi Caroline. The programme for the cultural centre is published at the start of each month, so we will know in a week or so. Re the Nerja Players try emailing them on membership(at)nerjaplayers.com.

    • #139 by John Brentley on Thursday 21st of March 2013 - Thursday 21st of March 2013

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      Hi Caroline,
      I am the secretary of the Nerja Players. We are English speaking but from a number of countries and we welcome any new members. We meet on the first and third Tuesdays of each month between October and March (inclusive) at 1900 / 7pm in the premises of the Nerja Bridge Club at the top of Avenida Castilla Perez (the blue double doors). Please email me if you would like more information about the kinds of things we do.

      • #140 by CAROLINE BRAHAN on Saturday 23rd of March 2013 - Saturday 23rd of March 2013

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        Hi John
        Thank you so much for your response,I have since looked on line and found the Nerja Players Web site.Would be delighted to visit a rehersal some time,As i will be in Nerja end of April seems i’ve missed out on this season,but wish you well and look forward to singing a bar or two with you all sometime soon.Kind Regards From Tipperary Ireland,Its Not Such a long Way….

  • #141 by Judy on Monday 11th of March 2013 - Monday 11th of March 2013

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    Hi,
    I´m moving to Nerja very soon. Does anyone know if there are any art groups in town? Also , are there any stores which sell art supplies ? canvases, paints etc…..
    thanks.

    • #142 by Rosemary on Thursday 4th of April 2013 - Thursday 4th of April 2013

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      Hi, I was interested in your post as I am an artist and moving to Nerja gradually over the next few months. What sort of art group would interest you? I am planning to start a life-drawing class/group to be held on a fortnightly basis, for instance. I can also give tuition to a small group. So if you’d like to keep in touch, we might be able to exchange email addresses.
      best wishes

    • #143 by Alex on Wednesday 1st of May 2013 - Wednesday 1st of May 2013

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      Good morning,
      I hope you don’t mind my replying to your post, but the fact that you said you are moving to Nerja soon caught my eye. The company I work for (EasyFx) currently advertise on this website to help people who move abroad with their currency transactions. The reason why people use our services is because we offer better rates of exchange than high street banks, saving thousands of pounds on such transfers. Please feel free to get in touch via our website or post on here. Kind regards, Alex

  • #144 by Dr D on Friday 8th of March 2013 - Friday 8th of March 2013

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    Your picture of the aqueduct reminds me that well intentioned beurocracy and a disregard for the past can be ruinous. This was a beutiful landmark that carried the scars of it’s history, but it’s restoration makes it look like a Disneyworld creation. Could we please have the original back!

  • #145 by Mark on Friday 22nd of February 2013 - Friday 22nd of February 2013

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    Staying at Villa Monty in the Exotica area later this year. Prefer not to hire a car, does anyone know how far it is to supermarkets and the beach and are there pavements? Just want to double check the brochure details. Thanks Mark

    • #146 by GingerHound on Saturday 23rd of February 2013 - Saturday 23rd of February 2013

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      Exotica is on the main road out of town. There are pavements on the main road. Nearest supermarket is a Lidl across the road. It will be a 20 or 30 minute walk to the beach and is not the best place to be without a car.

  • #147 by Phil Smith on Saturday 16th of February 2013 - Saturday 16th of February 2013

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    The Tapaculo will be buried at the end of the Maro fair. Is Tapaculo a slang description? It doesn’t appear in the dictionary.

    • #148 by GingerHound on Saturday 16th of February 2013 - Saturday 16th of February 2013

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      I don’t actually know. It sounds like it might be rude though. 🙂

  • #149 by Liam on Tuesday 29th of January 2013 - Tuesday 29th of January 2013

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    Hi I am over this weekend for a couple of weeks and as a first timer in Nerja am looking for somewhere lively for the six nations rugby. Any suggestions?

    • #150 by GingerHound on Tuesday 29th of January 2013 - Tuesday 29th of January 2013

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      For the Six Nations try the Irish Harp bar on Calle Carabeo (near to the Balcon de Europa).

    • #151 by Brian on Tuesday 29th of January 2013 - Tuesday 29th of January 2013

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      The Dubliner in plaza tutti frutti has large screen and is usually fun for 6 nation games ,with good banter between the different nationalities

    • #152 by Sue Payne on Wednesday 30th of January 2013 - Wednesday 30th of January 2013

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      The Sportsman Bar, up the hill past Supersol (just near the big sports centre) is great – we watched a lot of the Olympics there last year. British owned, very friendly welcome and plentiful food.

    • #153 by Geoff Dodd on Tuesday 5th of February 2013 - Tuesday 5th of February 2013

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      Can anyone tell me how you buy the prepaid cards for the Carabeo car park. I would think it is at the entrance but not sure.

      • #154 by GingerHound on Wednesday 6th of February 2013 - Wednesday 6th of February 2013

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        You just buy them from the office at the entrance to the car park. Make sure you buy them on the way in though.

  • #155 by Geoff Dodd on Thursday 17th of January 2013 - Thursday 17th of January 2013

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    I read late last year about TV satellites being replaced which stopped British television being received in Nerja. Has anything changed. It could ruin my wifes holiday if she cant get her daily Countdown “fix” on Channel 4

    • #156 by GingerHound on Friday 18th of January 2013 - Friday 18th of January 2013

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      Yes, there is talk about all the British satellite TV channels going, but until it happens no one really knows. More info here:

      http://mynerja.com/view/news/british-satellite-tv-switch-off-for-costa-del-sol/

    • #157 by Ron Adam on Friday 5th of April 2013 - Friday 5th of April 2013

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      So far only a limited number of stations are no longer received here in Nerja on Free Sat. Those channels no longer received include channel 5. As of today, BBC and Channel 4 are still on, but the word is they will be gone from satellite viewing by sometime this summer.

  • #158 by Phil on Wednesday 16th of January 2013 - Wednesday 16th of January 2013

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    Hopefully you will be doing some coverage of the new beer shop on Calle Huertos. I went in and it has what Nerja is missing whcih is great beer! It would be a shame if people who like beer with flavour don’t visit the shop and try one or two. I never knew there was a brewery in Granada making a stout at 9% with Sierra Nevada water! And delicious it is too. And loads more from around the world too.

  • #159 by olive on Sunday 23rd of December 2012 - Sunday 23rd of December 2012

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    hi
    have heard there is a bus service running from malaga airport direct to nerja can anyone give me details. thank you

    • #160 by Teresa Hopkins on Tuesday 25th of December 2012 - Tuesday 25th of December 2012

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      There is a bus from the airport into Malaga bus station. Then there are buses to Nerja. We prefer to take the train to Malaga and then the bus. (The bus station is next to the train station).

    • #161 by GingerHound on Wednesday 26th of December 2012 - Wednesday 26th of December 2012

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      The only direct bus service between Nerja and Malaga airport runs once a week on Mondays. 9am from Nerja and 11am from the Airport, so not much use to anyone really.

      • #162 by Bue -+drove on Friday 28th of December 2012 - Friday 28th of December 2012

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        We love Espana

    • #163 by Ron Adam on Thursday 27th of December 2012 - Thursday 27th of December 2012

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      There are trains running three times an hour from the airport to Malaga Train station. The airport train station is directly across from the main terminal 3. The train from the airport takes approximately seven minutes to the main train station. I think it’s the third stop but it is clearly indicated in the displays inside the train. If you have a lot of baggage, you may want to take the elevator to the departure track. The trains run in to directions, to Malaga, and on to Fuengirola in the other direction. When you arrive at the train station you have to walk across the front of the station to the side door leading across the street to the Bus Station, where the Nerja bus seems to always be leaving from the farthest bus gate. I think the train is now the better means of getting to the Malaga Bus Station because the previous city bus now takes a longer local route with many stops. Also the city bus doesn’t operate as frequently as the Malaga train.

      • #164 by olive on Sunday 6th of January 2013 - Sunday 6th of January 2013

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        thankyou for your reply it was very helpful. We have caught the city bus in the past but this has caused difficulties at busy times as my husband is partially disabled. We will certainly try the train. Thankyou once again.

  • #165 by Neil on Thursday 6th of December 2012 - Thursday 6th of December 2012

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    My wife and I will be staying in Nerja for 8 weeks During January-March next year. My wife is keen to keep up with her aqua gym during this time and was wondering if there are any gym/pool facilities actually in Nerja town which are open to visitors (ie non-members for instance).

  • #166 by Judith on Saturday 3rd of November 2012 - Saturday 3rd of November 2012

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    Can anyone help me please. We returned from Nerja yesterday and we bought a little stone necklace with a jewel in it from a shop near the balcon for our grandaughter who lost it 2 hours after having it. He makes them from stones from the beach and writes the childs name on the front. Does anyone have an address, email or tel number as she is distraught and I would like to try to get another. Thank you.

    • #167 by Jenny on Tuesday 6th of November 2012 - Tuesday 6th of November 2012

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      Hi, I know the shop you mean. I’ll go and try to get the details you need. Will get back to you.

      • #168 by Judith on Wednesday 7th of November 2012 - Wednesday 7th of November 2012

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        Thank you Jenny I would be very grateful for your help

        • #169 by Jenny on Thursday 8th of November 2012 - Thursday 8th of November 2012

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          Hi Judith,
          Taller de Piedra is the name of the shop. Owners: Jose L. y Susana.
          Address: C/Gomez 1, 29780 Nerja. Tel: 952528065
          Email: JSartesanos@gmail.com

          Hope this helps.

          • #170 by Judith on Friday 9th of November 2012 - Friday 9th of November 2012

            Thank you for your trouble Jenny, I will contact him directly.
            Kind Regards
            Judith

  • #171 by brian bishop on Wednesday 24th of October 2012 - Wednesday 24th of October 2012

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    arriving 29/10. What are the opening times for MAS supermarket?
    Rgds. Brian

    • #172 by GingerHound on Wednesday 24th of October 2012 - Wednesday 24th of October 2012

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      The MAS is open 9am to 9pm Monday to Saturday.

  • #173 by Kaisa on Tuesday 25th of September 2012 - Tuesday 25th of September 2012

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    We are spending the winter in Nerja. Is there a gym in Nerja?

    • #174 by Brian on Tuesday 25th of September 2012 - Tuesday 25th of September 2012

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      There are a few gyms in town, Time on Pescia opposite Supermecado Iranzo, Venus gym for ladies only, and another who’s name escapes me on the way into town opposite Lidl

      • #175 by Kaisa on Tuesday 25th of September 2012 - Tuesday 25th of September 2012

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        Thanks a lot, Brian!

    • #176 by Sue on Thursday 27th of September 2012 - Thursday 27th of September 2012

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      The gym just up from Supersol, part of the big sports complex, is also open to non-members, you just pay I think 4 Euros to go in. Small and basic but we used it a few times during our last trip and will do so again.

      • #177 by Gillkeith on Thursday 27th of September 2012 - Thursday 27th of September 2012

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        You can also get a fantastic full English Brekkie from the German bar just outside the sports complex.

        • #178 by Sue Payne on Thursday 25th of October 2012 - Thursday 25th of October 2012

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          Yes I can vouce for that – we’ve had breakfast there as well and it was very reasonable. Good views of the running track while eating, too, which my teenage daughter quite enjoyed given that there was a football team training at the time!

  • #179 by Andy on Wednesday 29th of August 2012 - Wednesday 29th of August 2012

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    Hi, anyone know a good english speaking doctor. Developed a inner ear infection and need medication.
    Regards
    Andy

    • #180 by GingerHound on Wednesday 29th of August 2012 - Wednesday 29th of August 2012

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      You can try Dr Rik Heymans on Calle Angustias in the centre of town, or the Clinica Rincon opposite the Supersol on the west of town.

  • #181 by Shirley Benn on Sunday 19th of August 2012 - Sunday 19th of August 2012

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    Hi
    Is there a shop or business in or near Nerja that will fill my balloons with helium and decorate with curling ribbons and weights for a party or do I need to find one in Velez Malaga?

    • #182 by Derek Alford on Sunday 19th of August 2012 - Sunday 19th of August 2012

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      There is a shop at the top of calle Cristo just off the balcon , they sell
      Lots of party stuff . They might have what you are looking for .

  • #183 by Andy on Sunday 19th of August 2012 - Sunday 19th of August 2012

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    Anyone know a place to get my hair cut. Only need need to be clipperd, as clippers I have’ broke on way over.

    • #184 by GingerHound on Sunday 19th of August 2012 - Sunday 19th of August 2012

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      Try John the Barber on Calle Gomez. This is the narrow street next to the street where the tourist information office is on the Balcon de Europa opposite the church.

    • #185 by Alison on Monday 20th of August 2012 - Monday 20th of August 2012

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      johns great my boys always go there!

  • #186 by Pamela on Sunday 12th of August 2012 - Sunday 12th of August 2012

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    Hi. We’re coming back to Nerja next week & my kids (well, ok, hubby & me, too) would really love to try churros & hot chocolate for breakfast. Does anyone know of Anywhere that does them?? Thanks

    • #187 by GingerHound on Sunday 12th of August 2012 - Sunday 12th of August 2012

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      You can try the cafe Las Cuatro Esquinas on the corner of Calle Pintada and Calle Las Angustias – they do churros in the mornings.

      • #188 by Pamela on Sunday 12th of August 2012 - Sunday 12th of August 2012

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        Gingerhound, thank you so much. That is the one I was thinking of, but couldn’t remember where it was. I’d found it on google earth, but hadn’t made a note of it, so of course I couldn’t find it when I went back on to google earth. Thanks again, looking forward to churros & hot chocolate on Wednesday 🙂

        • #189 by Pamela on Sunday 19th of August 2012 - Sunday 19th of August 2012

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          Gingerhound, thanks again for the info re las Quatro Equinas. We had lovely churros and hot chocolate for breakfast this morning 🙂
          Last year, we couldn’t find anywhere, and this year, there seem to be several places serving them. Though they were well worth the wait.

          • #190 by GingerHound on Monday 20th of August 2012 - Monday 20th of August 2012

            Glad you enjoyed it. Since you asked I have noticed churros on offer at the Mediteraneo cafe on the Balcon and also at Cafe Ortiz at the end of Calle Diputacion. Best not to ask about the number of calories though. 🙂

  • #191 by Gill on Friday 10th of August 2012 - Friday 10th of August 2012

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    Hi Would you advise to drive to Granada from Nerja or is it possible to get a local train?
    Thanks

    • #192 by GingerHound on Saturday 11th of August 2012 - Saturday 11th of August 2012

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      There is no train station in Nerja, so your only options are bus or car. The buses go from the bus station on Avenida Pescia and take 2 to 2.5 hours to get to Granada.

      It is quicker to go by car, and the roads are good all the way there, so for many people this will be the best option.

  • #193 by Gill on Wednesday 8th of August 2012 - Wednesday 8th of August 2012

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    We will be staying in Nerja in September. Our flight lands at Malaga at 9.30 p.m. (Wednesday). Is there anywhere we can buy provisions (breakfast stuff, beer etc) on the way from the airport to Nerja at that time of night?
    Many thanks

    • #194 by GingerHound on Friday 10th of August 2012 - Friday 10th of August 2012

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      There are several petrol stations on the way in to Nerja which will be open, where you can get some basics.

    • #195 by therese on Friday 10th of August 2012 - Friday 10th of August 2012

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      yes there is if you are staying at the torecilla beach end of town jamica supermarket and torrecilla supermarket stay open till 11-1130 pm just returned from nerja and both open at this time of night they are on the same road and side of the jamica restaurant hope same in september

  • #196 by Shirley Benn on Tuesday 24th of July 2012 - Tuesday 24th of July 2012

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    I am getting married in September 2012 in Nerja. Can anyone tell me if the large lettering NERJA is still at the entrance to the Town as I thought it would make a great photo shot.
    Thanks
    Shirley

    • #197 by GingerHound on Wednesday 25th of July 2012 - Wednesday 25th of July 2012

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      Yes, the letters are still there, just outside the Nerja Donkey Sanctuary.

  • #198 by Shirley Benn on Tuesday 24th of July 2012 - Tuesday 24th of July 2012

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    Hi
    I was in Nerja recently and didn’t see the little Tourist train – is it still running?
    Thanks
    Shirley

  • #200 by Alain De Keyser on Saturday 14th of July 2012 - Saturday 14th of July 2012

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    Hi,
    I am looking for a bicycles shop to buy inner tubes for a race Bike.
    Could someone help me?
    Thx

    • #201 by GingerHound on Saturday 14th of July 2012 - Saturday 14th of July 2012

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      Have you tried the bike shop just up the road from Mercadona (Calle San Miguel)?

      • #202 by Alain De Keyser on Tuesday 17th of July 2012 - Tuesday 17th of July 2012

        Reply

        Found! Muchias gracias!

  • #203 by Frederick on Thursday 21st of June 2012 - Thursday 21st of June 2012

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    How far out from the beach are the swimming areas protecting bouys and lines in feet from the shoreline?

    • #204 by GingerHound on Thursday 28th of June 2012 - Thursday 28th of June 2012

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      The buoys are around 250m or 820 feet from the shore. This is only an approximate distance, especially for the smaller bays.

  • #205 by tyson on Monday 7th of May 2012 - Monday 7th of May 2012

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    can anyone tell me how much it is to hire a motorcycle in nerja

    • #206 by GingerHound on Monday 7th of May 2012 - Monday 7th of May 2012

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      125cc scooters start from 35€ a day, and a 250cc motorbike is 59€ a day.

  • #207 by John Phelan on Monday 7th of May 2012 - Monday 7th of May 2012

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    I came to Nerja last year and did a little bit of sea fishing from the shore with no luck. W’ll be there again next week so would like to know where would be the best place for local fishing info.

    Regards
    John

    • #208 by Marqueemoon on Monday 7th of May 2012 - Monday 7th of May 2012

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      Hi John
      There is a good fishing tackle shop (Arrabal Ruiz) on Calle Diputacion 14, tel 952520693 – the owner speaks spanish and a little english and is friendly. He will have great knowledge of local sea fishing spots

  • #209 by Karen Hardcastle on Monday 7th of May 2012 - Monday 7th of May 2012

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    Hi, Just seen you do Zumba in Nerja where does this happen as i am moving to Nerja in Sept this year and i do lot of fitness classes very interested in doing Zumba, aqua gym, etc can you send info please. Thanks karen

    • #210 by Marqueemoon on Monday 7th of May 2012 - Monday 7th of May 2012

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      Hi Karen
      There is a Facebook page called Zumba Nerja – you should get some information from them. It is a fitness centre in Torrox Costa

    • #211 by GingerHound on Monday 7th of May 2012 - Monday 7th of May 2012

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      Hi Karen

      The gym on Calle Pescia (the main road through the top of Nerja) does Zumba classes. There is also a gym by the entrance to the Los Huertos, Calle Carabeo car park that does exercise classes in their pool.

  • #212 by Paul on Sunday 6th of May 2012 - Sunday 6th of May 2012

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    Can anyone tell me please if it is easy to purchase post and packaging supplies in Nerja, such as bubble wrap, jiffy envelopes, plastic postal bags, corrugated card etc. and if so are they expensive.

    Many thanks

    • #213 by GingerHound on Monday 7th of May 2012 - Monday 7th of May 2012

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      You can get packaging materials in the various Chinese Bazar type shops quite cheaply. There are also a few stationers in Nerja, such as the Mena on El Barrio, although these will be more expensive, they can get you anything you need.

  • #214 by Philippa on Tuesday 24th of April 2012 - Tuesday 24th of April 2012

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    Hola… I would be very grateful for your advice/help:
    I am coming to Nerja for a couple of days in May to get away and also to look for some part time/seasonal work for the summer. I have vast work experience and partial knowledge of both German and Spanish and was just wondering if you knew of anything available at all or even if you had vacancies yourselves?
    I realise that this may not be the place to request for advice on a job search but I am willing to try my hand at anything and would be very appreciative if you replied. Muchas gracias.

    • #215 by GingerHound on Tuesday 24th of April 2012 - Tuesday 24th of April 2012

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      Its not going to be easy to find a job here in Nerja, given that Andalucia has the highest unemployment rate in Spain, there are a lot of people chasing the few jobs that are on offer. Some restaurants will advertise jobs such as waiting or kitchen staff in their windows, but you have to be here to see the adverts and apply for them. Also make sure you bring your CV with you and take it in when you see a job advertised.

      There are also office based jobs advertised from time to time and the local papers have job adverts. So bring copies of your CV with you and start looking when you arrive, but don’t expect to find something easily.

  • #216 by Graham Jordain on Tuesday 17th of April 2012 - Tuesday 17th of April 2012

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    Visiting in May and your site is proving very useful. Thanks. Only one slight concern, am staying at the NerjaPrince because I wanted to be in a small hotel in the old town, & you do not list it.

    • #217 by GingerHound on Wednesday 18th of April 2012 - Wednesday 18th of April 2012

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      The Nerja Princ/ess (note they seem to call it different names) is a small hotel in the centre of town. Everything is nearby and it seems like a nice little hotel, so I am sure you will enjoy your stay. If you are bringing your car you will have to pay to park in the Los Huertos carpark behind the hotel. The streets with all the tapas bars are just around the corner, 5 minutes walk away.

      • #218 by Graham Jordain on Wednesday 18th of April 2012 - Wednesday 18th of April 2012

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        Thankyou

  • #219 by Richard on Wednesday 4th of April 2012 - Wednesday 4th of April 2012

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    hi could you tell me if there is a diy store in nerja and place to
    get fence accesories etc? thanks

    • #220 by Marqueemoon on Wednesday 4th of April 2012 - Wednesday 4th of April 2012

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      There are several ‘ferreterias’ in Nerja which sell all kinds of DIY supplies. In the old part of town there is one called ‘Martin’ which has two shops just over the road from each other. The addresses are 101 and 124 Calle Cristo.

    • #221 by Brian on Wednesday 4th of April 2012 - Wednesday 4th of April 2012

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      There is a place on the right hand side of the road as you leave town for the motorway, just past the Lidl roundabout. It has a range of fencing and posts on view from the road so you can’t miss it.

  • #222 by Sue on Friday 9th of March 2012 - Friday 9th of March 2012

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    Hi – does anyone know where you can hire bicycles in Nerja? Plenty of motorcycle hire shops but we could not find anywhere to hire a pushbike when we were there earleir this week. We’ll be back again in May and would love to do this if we could.

  • #223 by Brian on Thursday 23rd of February 2012 - Thursday 23rd of February 2012

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    is there anywhere in town that does bicycle repairs?

    • #224 by Marqueemoon on Friday 24th of February 2012 - Friday 24th of February 2012

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      Hi Brian
      There is a cycle shop on Calle San Miguel near to Mercadona that does them

  • #225 by Ian on Wednesday 22nd of February 2012 - Wednesday 22nd of February 2012

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    Hi,

    Is there any bars or pubs showing the Cheltenham races next month? We’re arriving on the 13th March and keen to find somewhere to watch them.

    Cheers!

    • #226 by Marqueemoon on Thursday 23rd of February 2012 - Thursday 23rd of February 2012

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      Hi Ian
      There are a few bars that will probably be showing the races, and if they aren`t would probably turn the channel over if you asked. I will ask if I see the owners but the bars to try are:
      Numero Seis on Calle Chaparil – lots of space, outside and inside TVs, and shows sport
      Buddys, Calle Malaga – a good chance they will have it on
      DBs on Calle Cristo – will probably turn the TV over if not already showing it
      Bosque on Castilla Perez – again they are very likely to have the festival on

      • #227 by Ian on Thursday 23rd of February 2012 - Thursday 23rd of February 2012

        Reply

        Cheers for that Marqueemoon, Numero Seis, Buddys and El Bosque seem to be the names that I keep hearing, we’re staying down that end of the town as well so they’re all within a stones throw. Looking forward to the few days away now, roll on the 13th!

        • #228 by Marqueemoon on Thursday 23rd of February 2012 - Thursday 23rd of February 2012

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          Good luck, if you have any tips let us know!

          • #229 by Ian on Thursday 23rd of February 2012 - Thursday 23rd of February 2012

            Trust me, you don’t want my tips!! 🙂

        • #230 by Marqueemoon on Thursday 23rd of February 2012 - Thursday 23rd of February 2012

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          I have checked with Niall from Numero Seis and they are definitely showing the racing.

  • #231 by evan on Friday 27th of January 2012 - Friday 27th of January 2012

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    Do you know if te carpark will still be open during the carnival or does it close?

    • #232 by Marqueemoon on Saturday 28th of January 2012 - Saturday 28th of January 2012

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      Yes it will be open. It closes for the feria which takes place on the car park – unless they move it this year. (There was talk of moving it in 2011 but they didn’t in the end)

  • #233 by Maurice on Friday 27th of January 2012 - Friday 27th of January 2012

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    Can anyone help?
    I sold my studio on 12th January, 2011 (last year). Do I need to pay IBI for the year 2011 and if so, how do I find out how much it is and how do I get a bill?
    I have been paying by direct debit from 2002 to 2010 . I need this to get the info about the valor catastral to pay tax on Form 210

    • #234 by GingerHound on Saturday 28th of January 2012 - Saturday 28th of January 2012

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      As far as I know the IBI falls due to whoever owned the property on the 1st of January (which is the start of the tax year), so if you owned it on that date, you are liable. However normally when you sell/buy a property bills are all paid up to date and things like IBI are split pro-rata between the old and new owners – your gestor/abogado should have sorted that out at the time. You could go back to the new owner and ask for a contribution? If you have any doubts about what to put on your form you should ask your gestor or other suitably qualified advisor.

  • #235 by John on Wednesday 25th of January 2012 - Wednesday 25th of January 2012

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    About 20 years ago, I was in Nerja for la noche buena. During the
    week before that day, street vendors suddenly popped up all over town selling cheap drums with a dowel rod through the skin of the drum.

    People would rub their hand on the dowel rod, and it would make a loud sound like a bull roaring. What do they call those drums?

    • #236 by Marqueemoon on Thursday 26th of January 2012 - Thursday 26th of January 2012

      Reply

      I think its called a Zambomba

  • #237 by Elaine on Tuesday 24th of January 2012 - Tuesday 24th of January 2012

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    What are the dates of the October festival in nerja this year. We want to make sure we are there for all 5 days?

    • #238 by Marqueemoon on Wednesday 25th of January 2012 - Wednesday 25th of January 2012

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      The exact dates have not been announced but will include 9th October which is a public holiday. Last year it was 8-12th and may well be the same this year. As soon as the dates are known MyNerja will announce them

  • #239 by gordon thompson on Tuesday 24th of January 2012 - Tuesday 24th of January 2012

    Reply

    thanks for letting us know – we’ll be there!!

  • #240 by gordon thompson on Monday 23rd of January 2012 - Monday 23rd of January 2012

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    Is Buddys bar open for Sunday lunch on 29/1/12 & 5/2/12. Excellent food111

    • #241 by GingerHound on Monday 23rd of January 2012 - Monday 23rd of January 2012

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      They should be – I just saw Ron out for a walk on his day off – I’ll ask him tomorrow.

    • #242 by GingerHound on Tuesday 24th of January 2012 - Tuesday 24th of January 2012

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      Yes, Buddys will be open on those dates. They may take a few days off for holiday in the run up to the season, but that will only be during the week, so Sunday lunch is go!

  • #243 by Marqueemoon on Monday 23rd of January 2012 - Monday 23rd of January 2012

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    Yes they will both be open. Have a good time!

  • #244 by teresa on Monday 23rd of January 2012 - Monday 23rd of January 2012

    Reply

    Please could you tell me if Caeli Bar and Los Barrillos will be open
    in february, we are coming to Nerja on 3rd,

    thankyou

    • #245 by Marqueemoon on Thursday 26th of January 2012 - Thursday 26th of January 2012

      Reply

      Yes they will be

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