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Nerja Beaches

It has earned a blue flag from the E. U. due to its impeccable services and cleanliness. The sands are cleaned daily and the waters are crystal clear. It has a paseo maritimo that extends to ruin s of a tower to the west.

Surrounded by cliffs, El Salon is a very welcoming beach. The white dwelling near the beach date back five hundred years. According to popular local legend it gets its name from the expulsion of the Jews, when they left they used the word of farewell “Shalon”. The surroundings could be a work of Monet with the little houses and colourful landscape and the boats sailing to Nerja. A very peaceful paradise spot.

The beach of Carabeo is one of the pleasant and most romantic corners of the seaboard that surrounds the urban helmet of Nerja. This id a charismatic window on the Balcony of Europe. Its family environment ensures that it is always busy. Its cliffs are magnificent. Many poets chose to live here including Garcia Lorca and Jorge Guillen. It gets its name from a noble man from Naples Hernado Carabeo who participated in an assault in the area during the reign of FelipeII. History, sun, sea and sand unite for delight of the bathers.

The most internationally renound of the area, surrounded by cliffs, in the summer becomes a gathering place for people from all corners of the world. It has The Paseo Maritimo of Antonio Haberdasher boasts dense vegetation, perfect for a stroll where one can enjoy the views of the cliffs of Carabeo. In the centre lies a pier where the fisherman can be seen using all the traditional method of catching the fruit of the sea.

The beach is small and welcoming. The beach is cleaned daily by the local mayor and chiringuitos, it is usually very crowded especially during the summer weekends, and it is flanked by cliffs and tropical woodlands.

Its sand are very clean and tidy, and the waters crystal clear. It has a team of cleaners working at dawn. It is very small, under a hundred metres in length, yet it views characteristic of the Balcony of Europe are magnificent with the cliffs of Maro in the distance.

This is the beach with more tourist affluence of the coast nerjeña. The beach totally equipped is used to be visited by families. The environment is beautiful, surrounded by mountains and cliffs. Windsurf, sailing and scuba diving can be practiced in it and there are nets to play volleyball. It is distinguished each year with the Blue Flag of the EU.

It is a wild nature reserve, formed by rustic cliffs, where the fishing eagles nest, an other indigenous birds as well as flora and fauna. You will feel like Robinson Crusoe of the 20th Century. Scuba divers also gather here because the sea also offers many spectacular views of fish molluscs, and marine life. It is a virtual paradise which we don’t see often enough, perfect for anybody looking to escape for a day. It even has a Sweetwater stream fit to drink from.

Virgin Beach, with difficult access. Is found in a natural Reserve, not often visited, only for the adventurous.

Along the Costa del Sol this is the only place where such nature exits owed to the Cliff of Maro. Seven kilometres of bay, coves and small beaches, in the area of Nerja. The sands are cleaned regularly, The first beach of Alberquillas has its own sweet water source, lies at km 308 0n the N340, Playa del Pino is limited to foot access through the hills, on the limit Granada lies Canuelo at km 9 on the N340.

The Hotel to the north allows gives tourists a great stay, allowing for great hospitality on the beach front. There are plans for a paseo maritimo. Scuba divers collect here as well as many watersports lovers. A Torrecilla, (ruins of a tower ) dating to the 17th century, during the sugar cane plantation in the reign of Juan de Briones give it a historical touch.

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