Nerja Cave Park, Nerja, Spain
The Nerja Cave is located 158 meters above sea level and is, at 4,823 meters, one of the caves with the greatest topographical development in Andalusia. It has three entrances, two subcircular torcs and, next to them, an entrance enabled a year after the discovery, in 1960, for visitor access.
Museo de Nerja, Plaza de España, Nerja, Spain
The Nerja Museum is conceived as a reference center for the city, its history and its Natural and Cultural Heritage. It offers a panoramic view of history and the environment in which it is framed, being rich in local history, from Prehistory to the present, focusing on the most important aspects of each historical period.
Frigiliana is undoubtedly one of the most charming white towns in Malaga.
Awarded the 1st National Beautification Award in 1982, its historic center has been a Historic Artistic Site since 2014. The whitewashed walls, its narrow and winding streets, with endless stairs that run throughout Barribarto, are the Moorish heritage that the passage of time has left in the old town of Frigiliana, one of the best preserved in the province.