A group of 50 geography students from the Royal Holloway University of London have once again made their annual pilgrimage to Nerja as part of their course work, visiting different parts of the town and taking part in a meeting with Nerja Council members and officials which took place in the town hall.

The trip to Nerja covers themes such as tourism, the environment and sport. On their trip here last year they studied topics including the integration of foreign residents in the town, youth unemployment, sustainable development and education.

The Geography Department at Royal Holloway, University of London, has been taking first year students on educational trips to Nerja and its surroundings since the late 1990s, along with other destinations both in the UK and abroad, including Kenya, New York and Ireland.

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