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Nerja Holiday Rentals

Selection of Nerja villas with a private pool and apartments to rent

Discover holiday lettings in Nerja

Discover hundreds of villas in Nerja for the best prices available.The jewel of the Costa of Sol is waiting to be discovered from your rental. It has a tropical microclimate in southern Spain which gives it a charm that sets it apart from other cities in Malaga, hence why it is one of the most visited destinations in Andalusia. It is famous not only for its coastal bliss, but also for its incredible history dating back to Paleolithic times with old paintings and incredible caves that will blow you away. You will be well situated on the sunny coast of Andalusia, and it is the perfect option if you’re thinking of visiting cities such as Seville or Malaga. Make the most of your stay by choosing from hundreds of holiday apartments in Nerja that are available. We have the best Nerja holiday rentals for your trip which is the perfect way to make your holiday in the city unforgettable. You can choose to stay near the beach, in the centre or in the outskirts. Enjoy this beautiful city and make it your own - you will love the crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean and white washed houses that are taken straight from a postcard. We can give you the keys straight away so you can enjoy Nerja to the fullest!

Self-catering accommodation in Nerja

Are you thinking about visiting Nerja? You’ve come to the right place, here at Hundredrooms we can help you in your search. All you have to tell us is choose the dates of your trip, the number of guests and we will search to find you the best accommodation in Nerja. We have thousands of holiday rentals from all of our partners. If you’re after a romantic trip to Nerja and want a centrally located rental? You have it all here - whether you’re looking for a one bedroom apartment in the city centre for two people or something else. All apartments are usually a minute from the bus station and five minutes walk from the beach that surrounds the Balcón de Europa. In the surrounding areas, you can find all sorts of entertainment and activities. We have many different options for your trip - perhaps you would like an self-catering apartment in the western part of Nerja, in the complex of Medina which is very close to Torrecilla Beach. This is a quiet place that is away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre, and will guarantee a tranquil stay.

When to visit Nerja

The Nerja festivals last up to three days and the streets are filled with laughter and colour and you should certainly try and coincide your stay in a villa in Nerja Spain with some of the festivities. Usually two elections are held - one for the ‘King Momo’ and the ‘Carnival Nymphs’ in three different forms - children, youth and the third age. The most interesting part of this festival is that on the last day of the festival, everyone is dressed in black and sings songs of death. There is also a tourist day which has been celebrated in the city since the 1960s. The acts vary each year, but the most memorable are the flower services, degustation of local dishes and drinks and popular dances on the Balcón de Europa Promenade. It is also certainly worth visiting for the Rastro de Nerja (also known as the flea market) during your stay in one of our Nerja rentals. Every Sunday you can find it here in the car park of Almijara III, in the poet’s neighbourhood. It is open from 8:30 in the morning until 3 in the afternoon, and you can walk around to find both new and old items. It always tends to be full of tourists as they can find eye-catching things for low prices. You should certainly visit from one of our Nerja villas with a pool.

What to eat in Nerja

You can’t leave this incredible city without tasting its wonderful cuisine during your stay in your Nerja accommodation. For the best tapas options, you should stop at an establishment in the centre. Our recommendations are ‘El Biznaga’ and ‘La Puntilla’ on Calle de Bolivia. On the other hand if you would like to taste great fish and seafood, you need to visit ‘Los Mariscos’ on Calle de Almirante. It is a rich and varied gastronomy, and often homegrown produce is mixed with seafood. You can try a fantastic noodle casserole,, a bream of Burriana and many more. And a special mention to their sweet potatoes, you can not leave without trying them!

Things to do in Nerja

Nerja, which is located at the eastern end of Malaga, has become one of the most important tourist centres of the Costa del Sol thanks to the combination of sun and beach tourism which attracts many people to rent holiday villas in Nerja, alongside many points of interest. Located on the Mediterranean coast, Nerja has over 16km of coastline and is divided into 14 beaches of dark sand and crystal clear waters, which alternate with spectacular cliffs and a series of dreamy virgin coves. The best known beaches are those of Burriana, which shares its name with the municipality of Castellón, Playazo, Calahonda and Torrecillo. Two of its beaches have the Q certificate for Tourist Quality of Beaches. Here are some of the best activities you can do on the island:

  • Nerja Caves: One of the most visited landmarks in Spain, you absolutely must walk its 5km and soak up its geological, cultural and educational wealth. Did you know that since 1960, the cave has hosted a Music and Dance Festival held every week to commemorate its discovery?
  • Calahonda Beach: If you’re wanting to go to the beach, you can’t miss Calahonda which is one of the most emblematic of the entire city. It is located at the foot of the Balcón de Europe and offers spectacular views overlooking the cliffs. There is a rocky path alongside black sand.
  • Nerja Museum: A museum dedicated to the history of the place, which dates back to Paleolithic times to the present day.
  • Balcón de Europa: One of the most recognised places in Nerja. It is a viewpoint to the south of the town in front of the beaches of Salón and Calahonda. It offers spectacular views of the sea and the Mediterranean coast. It feels as though you’re floating on top of a cliff - do you still doubt whether you’ll see the sunset from there?
  • Rio Chillar: A beautiful river walk which is perfect for cooling down on a hot summer’s day.