Rio Marinas Apartamentos

Address: Carretera Nacional 340, Km 289.5, Nerja, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, 29780, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star condo
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This 3 star condo, located on Carretera Nacional 340, Km 289.5, Nerja, is near Caves at Nerja, Nerja Donkey Sanctuary, Torrox Costa Promenade, and Capistrano Playa (Beach).
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    Travel Blogs from Nerja

    Nerja on the Costa del Sol

    A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Apr 27, 2015

    4 photos

    ... t stick to you, but the water there is cold, I mean quite nipply. The most famous towns along that coast are Marbella, a high priced town with more than its share of glamoristas and Torremolinos, her lower class cousin. Both are an easy drive from the big city in the region – Malaga.

    Alan and I love beach towns – heck we live in one! And we have developed a list of criteria for finding one that fits our liking. Size matters: it needs to ...

    Day 189-190: Bye bye Granada

    A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Jan 26, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... to the beach and slept there the night. Useful advice from Sam - thank you dearly! the sand gets cold.. So we put our snow jackets on the bottom and lay in our sleeping bags. it was ok, a little cold at times and the waves were loud. I also was a little sick so it was a longer than usual night. The sun came up at about 8am and we lay there soaking it up until about 12. It was so beautiful and warm, about 25 degrees. No wonder everyone from the cold countries of Europe and Britain ...

    Day 10 - May 31, 2013

    A travel blog entry by deacondavid on May 31, 2013

    9 photos

    ... the beauty and grandeur of the palace and gardens is a beautiful blend of three different cultures (Moorish, Christian, and Jewish), that co-exist in harmony, much as these people did for much of Spain's history (this will be, no doubt, much of a surprise to many back home, as it was to me). One key piece of evidence to this point was the beautiful lion fountain given to the Sultans by the Jewish people of the area, and the piece ...

    Pt. 3 Easter Break - Granada

    A travel blog entry by jenyfromtheblog on Mar 25, 2013

    23 photos

    This city provided us with the taste of Moroccan cuisine and culture we had been craving. Originally when planning our Easter break travels, we thought of catching the ferry from the south of Spain over to Tarifa, Morocco but after talking with some friends we were advised it wouldn't be the safest trip for 3 foreign white girls to take alone. The Alhambra was breathtaking! We spent the day wandering through the impeccably groomed gardens, admiring all the fountains and Mosque ...

    A long day in Granada

    A travel blog entry by emtashval on Aug 07, 2012

    1 comment, 47 photos

    ... functions, had covered side aisles and central courts that were open to the sky above. The detail in the wall and ceiling decoration was incredible. The entire Palace grounds were originally served with running water via an aquaduct. Over time, the humidity from the water system caused much of the stucco work to soften and crumble. As a result, much of what we see today is the work of modern craftsmen who ...