Hostels and Cheap Places to stay in Nerja, Spain

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Hotels in Nerja

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"…Some rooms are situated on the first floor and offer views over the street or a typically Andalusian tiled interior patio with plants and flowerpots. Other rooms are situated on the second floor … More
"The Hotel is located in the heart of Nerja, next to the Balcón de Europa, its beaches and the Municipal Parking lot. Is a small, recently renovated hotel of only 24 fully equipped rooms, all with … More

Guest Houses in Nerja

Hostal Azahara

Free Breakfast
"Great location, rich breakfast, nice patio - The hostel is well located, that is close to the bus station, which helps the early departures and the late arrivals. The breakfast is rich and served … More
"…Clean, bright, friendly. Would recommend it to anyone. Very clean and tidy. Rick and Femma could not have been more helpful and friendly. It is within easy walking distance of all the amenities … More
"Welcome to Hostal Miguel - a 9 bedroom, friendly family-run guesthouse built in a typical Andalucían style in the heart of Nerja's old quarter on the south coast of Spain. Our aim is to provide you … More
"…Advice about arrival time. Check in time at 12pm Check out time at 11am Credit Card Facilities" …"From the bus stop in Nerja you need take San Miguel after turn left for Castilla Perez, after … More

Hostal La Ermita

Free Breakfast
"Hotel La Ermita was an old palace and now you can find a lovely Hotel with a familiar atmosphere. We are very close to La Ermita de Nuestra señora de las Angustias, just 5 minutes away from the … More
"…Taxes included. Breakfast not included. No curfew. Penalty for Lost keys. Non smoking through out building. Permitted only on terrace." …"…00 | 11.45 | 12.30D | 13.00D* 13.30 14.30 15.00DL 15. … More

Apartments in Nerja

"…We offer to all our customers’ free WI-FI, laundry and iron facilities and guaranteed daily cleaning of the rooms (With change of towels). Furthermore, we want to provide a flexible service, as … More
"…Placed as it is in the heart of Nerja�s old town, Toboso apar-turis ensures that the visitor has a perfect opportunity to explore this delightful seaside town�s quaint white street. Conveniently, … More
"…Minimum Stay: 2 night. Check in: from 14:00 to 20:00 Please advise your time of arrival. Check out: from 10:00 to 12:00. Breakfast not included. Only Cash payment accepted upon arrival. … More
"Given their central location, these apartments mean you walk to the main points of interest in Nerja. Of particular note are the panoramic views of the mountain, of the garden and of the swimming … More
"…Additionally, the building has a sundeck equipped. Check in: 16:00 - 21:00 Check out: 11:00 Cancellation policy: 720hrs Credit card accepted" …"…From Malaga airport: -take the A-7 motorway … More
"…00 a.m. Number of people must not exceed the number allowed on contract.Pets are not allowed." …"…750783,-3.867402&spn=0.001719,0.008583" …Paseo De Burriana Number 9 More
"…The apartments are equipped with 1 or 2 bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen, satellite TV, sitting room with air conditioning and a terrace. The apartments have a communal pool and a shared roof terrace … More

Hostels and Cheap Places to stay in Nerja, Spain

There are no hostels in Nerja listed. We list for you other cheap places to stay in Nerja, Spain.

Get to know Nerja (no more "I wish I knew this before")

This section is dedicated to take away all your "I wish someone had told me that before I went!" experiences. This way, you can spend less time settling in, and more time making new friends in your chosen hostel. We share our insider knowledge of tips, tricks and important things to look out for in Nerja.

Guess what? Nerja is also named and spelled Málaga, Costa del Sol - It is the same destination. Goodbye confusion.

Nerja is a coastal town in the province of Malaga, Andalusia, Spain, and part of the Costa del Sol. Costa del Sol means “Coast of the Sun” in Spanish and is a region in Southern Spain that overlooks the Mediterranean Sea. Costa del Sol is a long stretch of towns and cities that has a main tourism industry dedicated to beaches and seaside activities.

The name of Nerja comes from the Arabic word “nerixa,” meaning “source of abundance.” Like all of Southern Spain, Nerja is heavily influenced by the Muslim and Arab conquerors and settlers during the medieval period. Nerja has a long history, dating to the Neolithic and Paleolithic ages where evidences of Neanderthal and other human remains and settlement were found in various places. The most prominent of this settlement was the Nerja Caves.

Nerja Caves or the Caves or Nerja are a series of caverns in Nerja. The Caves or Nerja is one of the most well-known tourist attraction in Andalusia and all of Spain. Because of its stalactite and stalagmite formations that rise into a spacious natural amphitheater, the Caves of Nerja is a national geological treasure. The Caves of Nerja also feature prehistoric cave paintings.

Aside from the Caves of Nerja, Nerja is also famous for its impressively preserved Roman aqueduct. The Aqueduct of Nerja dates back to the Roman conquest and settlement of Andalusia. Various people have made Nerja their home, including the southern Iberian tribes, Phoenicians, Romans, Moors, Visigoths, and the subsequent Christian Reconquista and various Kingdoms of Spain.

Throughout the town, Baroque and medieval structures like churches and castles can be found in the town; the influences of various cultures are evident in the city layout, the streets, the houses, villas, and mansions. Traditionally, Nerja is an agricultural haven that produces tropical and semi-tropical products like sugar cane, mango, papaya, avocado, and other fruits. In modern times, Nerja has transformed into a tourist destination. Nerja is also famous for its various stretches of beaches. Because of its rocky edges, some of the resorts, Nerja hostels, and town centers are built upon the rocky cliffs. These rocky cliffs then form enclaves of beaches with fine white sand and clear blue waters. Nerja hostels can be found everywhere in the city and vary in shape, location, and rate. Nerja hostels range from very luxurious hostels to simple ones.

Written by local enthusiast for Nerja hostels

Written by local enthusiast for Nerja hostels Angelica Burrage

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