Nerja Club Hotel

This hillside hotel comes with a Blue Flag beach down the road, and a pool that provides great views across Nerja and out to sea. The pool terrace is the perfect place to soak up these views over a bite to eat. Guests often head here for some escapism – it’s a quiet spot but you’ll have everything you need on hand. Breakfast and dinner are both served buffet-style and include international options as well as live-cooking stations. There’s also entertainment here four nights a week, either in the lounge or by the pool. Options include everything from professional dancers to live singers and cabaret performers.

Overview of Costa del Sol

One of the most famous and most frequented holiday destinations you can find, holidays to the Costa del Sol offer visitors a whole host of reasons to return year after year. As well as year-round sunshine, it offers seemingly endless beaches, top-class nightlife and world-class hotel resorts, such as the Hotel Nerja Club. Whether you’re looking to party hard, relax, enjoy a family break or a romantic getaway, the Costa del Sol has something to offer. It’s no wonder that the region has hosted famous guests like Frank Sinatra to Sean Connery!

Things to do in Costa del Sol

Located one-and-a-half kilometres uphill from Nerja, Burriana Beach is only a short stroll away from the Hotel Nerja Club. Local buses also run to the resort centre and the beach. In Nerja, you’ll find 16 kilometres of coastline, which is perfect if you’re looking to relax. However, holidays to the Hotel Nerja Club aren’t only about sand, and you’ll also find beautiful food, gorgeous scenery and fun activities. By night, many party-goers head to Plaza Tutti Frutti, where you’ll find a number of themed bars that showcase everything from British sport to traditional flamenco dancing.

Resort Summary

Nerja is home to no fewer than 10 different beaches, all with their own character. On some you’ll find the classic combination of soft, white sand and clear blue water, but on others you’ll find the sand is dark and volcanic, and a few are rocky and secluded.

The most popular beach is Playa Burriana, which is in the east end of town and the premier spot for swimming. It’s a European Blue Flag award winner and it has all the facilities that you’ll need for fun and safe days spent by the water.

Other beaches include El Playazo, which isn’t as developed as some of the others but it’s a great place to find a quiet spot and a reasonably priced Spanish meal. Then there’s La Caleta, a picturesque and secluded beach in the village of Maro and accessed through farmland. Maro beach itself is also a pretty spot that’s popular in summer. Some beaches in Nerja are perfect for just relaxing and soaking up the sun, others are good for watersports, some are good for swimming – simply choose the best beach for whatever you happen to feel like doing on the day.