Nerja Hostals & Hostels
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Nerja is one of the last destinations on the Costa del Sol before the Costa Tropical and is situated east of Malaga City. It is one of the few destinations that has not experienced a large influx of high rise accommodation blocks, like other tourist destinations, but instead has retained a tradition Andalucian feel.
The coastal town is also home to the Nerja Caves, formed over millions of years and containing paintings over 20,000 years old. In the summer, the caves host the annual international music and dance festival, a must attend for anyone who likes a good party!
Hostals and Hostels here are a great way to visit the town and stay at a reasonable price. Furthermore, the buildings tend to be of a traditional design with an authentic Andalucian feel.
Hostal Don Peque offers comfortable rooms and apartments, all with a flat-screen TV and air conditioning. The apartment has a private garden and an outdoor pool.
Hostal Marissal is set next to Nerja's famous Balcón de Europa Viewpoint, between the beaches of Salón and Calahonda. It offers air-conditioned rooms with a balcony, safe and free Wi-Fi.
Situated opposite Nerja Bus Station, this family-run guest house features a rooftop sun terrace with beautiful views of the town and mountains. Burriana Beach is a 5-minute walk away.
Located near the centre of Nerja and just 5 minutes’ walk from Carabeo Beach, Hostal Abril offers free Wi-Fi throughout. This stylish guesthouse features a garden and sun terrace with sunbeds.
Set a 5-minute walk from the beach in Nerja, Hostal Mena offers a garden with sea views, a typical Andalusian patio and a shared lounge. Free WiFi is available in public areas.
Located just 170 metres from the beach in Nerja, Hostal Marazul. It features rooms with air conditioning, heating and a flat-screen TV with cable channels.
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Hostals and Hostels definition
A HOSTAL (also know as a guest house) provides basic accommodation at a reasonable price and a private room. These are common in Spain and not hard to find, with many occupying a floor of an apartment block as opposed to a stand alone building. Rooms don't all come with en-suite facilities, however guests will usually have the option of this.
A HOSTEL in Spain is that which you would expect to find in most parts of the world - the opportunity to stay in shared dorms at a low price. These are often social hubs among travelers, with common rooms and, at times, cheap bars making them excellent places to meet new people or find another travel companion. Many hostels also have private rooms available, as well as dorms.