Torrox CostaTorrox Costa is a popular seaside resort, which is linked to Torrox Pueblo, which is 4 kilometres inland from the coastal area. The area is very popular with tourists during the summer, but still hasn’t got as built up as some of its counterparts of the Costa del Sol.It’s definitely not a package holiday resort and the lifestyle there is a lot more refined and laid-back than some of the other busier resorts. It also boasts the beautiful blue flag beach of El Peñoncillo and a wide selection of good eateries and bars, the main leisure area being along the Paseo Maritimo and the side streets leading to the beach.It is said that the whole Torrox region enjoys one of the best climates in Europe, as it is sheltered by the Sierra Tejada and Sierra Almijara Mountains.The whole of the beautiful Axarquia region is accessible from Torrox. In addition, the Sierra Nevada and the historical city of Granada are just one hour’s drive away. Also, of course, Nerja is just down the road apiece!
NerjaNerja is a charming little Andalusian town with all you could wish from a modern tourist resort with beautiful beaches, excellent hotels, restaurants and bars. However, it has retained its old Andalusian charm and this makes Nerja a very special and attractive place for Northern Europeans to visit or to live in.The population has reached twenty three thousand which allows the town to have all the modern services needed. One third of the population are 'foreigners' with the British as the largest group followed by Scandinavians, Germans and Dutch. This is the main reason that we have managed to form a truly International 41 Club with 40+ members from 9 different countries. Should you wish to know more about us, please view at rest of the website by clicking on the ‘41 Club Nerja’ button.A stroll around the centre will lead you to the 'Balcon de Europa' and the narrow pedestrianised streets where you will feel relaxed while taking in the Andalusian atmosphere.The streets are full of restaurants serving food from every part of the world as well as beautiful Spanish cuisine.Apart from Nerja itself there are many interesting places nearby. The most well known is the Nerja cave at Maro (Cueva de Nerja). The cave is in the top ten most visited places in Spain. Signs of human residence in the cave go back over 40,000 years. The cave was rediscovered by four boys who were hunting for bats in 1959. The dimensions of the cave are impressive making it possible for it to have a stage where ballets, operas and other musical events are held.So again we invite you to join us for a few days in the area of Spain chosen by the European Government as having 'The Best Climate in Europe'.