The caves in Nerja Spain date back millions of years. It was during the Triassic period, large quantities of calcareous mud settled on the bottom of the ancient Mediterranean sea, later transforming into the calcareous-dolomite marble which at present surround the caves.
You should carve out a couple of hours to visit the Nerja Caves (Cuevas de Nerja), as well as the exterior grounds/park. Just on the Eastern edge of Costa del Sol, bordering Costa Tropical, you will find the town of Nerja, Spain. This is where you will find the fascinating caves of Nerja! If you need a break from the sun, why not bond with mother nature underground style. Continue reading →
Frigiliana Spain – A small white village located on the Eastern edge of the Malaga Province, in Andalucia. Just 6 km in the hills above Nerja and about 45 minutes from the Malaga Airport. This is a perfect place for an afternoon away to explore a quaint Spanish Village. Today we are going to take you on a “Photo Walk” of Calle Real (the main street in the Old part of town). This is the well-preserved part of the village, with a Moorish origin.
Are you tired of the winter weather? Then some nice all-inclusive holidays to Spain could be just what you need. The famous Costa del Sol offers everything that you and your family need for the perfect vacation in the beautiful Spain. Are you ready to pack your bags and spend some time in one of the spectacular hotels of the Holiday Village Costa del Sol?
There are great benefits to doing a housesit. The biggest one is being able to visit a place that one might not visit and not having to pay for a hotel/apartment. The other big benefit as far as the Wagoners are concerned is that we get Pet Time!
I don’t know about you, but I love receiving gifts which you can enjoy later. Even better when the entire family is included. You see, I am big on the gift of experiences and memories rather than material goods. That isn’t always the case, but it is my general preference. After being married 15 years, Alan is a pro at knowing exactly what I like.
A couple of weeks ago, we decided to check out “new territory”. We hadn’t yet gone further west than Malaga, so this was to be the day to explore. We hopped in our car and off we went. I had read about a little white village named “Mijas” (Mee Haas), so not long after passing Malaga we were there (about 85 minutes).