There is certain little to tempt anyone before NERJA.
This was a village before it was a resort, so it has some
character, and development (more villas, fewer tower blocks)
has been shaped around it. The beaches are reasonably attractive,
with a series of coves within walking distance if you want
to escape the main mass of crowds. There are plenty of other
great walks around Nerja, too, well documented in a locally
available guide. Nerjas chief tourist attraction, the Cuevas
de Nerja, 3 Km from the town, are a heavily commercialized
series of caverns, impressive in size, and home to the world's
longest known stalactite at 63m, though otherwise not tremendously
interesting. They also contain a number of prehistoric paintings,
but these are not presently on public view.
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