Toboso Chaparil Hotel

The Toboso Chaparil Hotel has a contemporary feel thanks to its white walls, exposed brickwork and antique furnishings. Each room even comes with a flat-screen TV, air conditioning and Wi-Fi.

The hotel pool is perched on a rooftop terrace where vistas stretch across the town and to the surrounding mountains.

Buffet breakfasts and dinners are served in the hotel’s restaurant. Local specialities are featured among the spread, which also features fresh fish. There’s also a cafe for snacks.

Overview of Nerja

Nerja is a major tourist destination. It’s a great place for a relaxing holiday to Costa del Sol because it makes the most of mainland Spain’s natural beauty. In the resort you can watch the sun go down over the sea or take your pick from the 10 beaches spread along Nerja’s 16km coastline – and some are even hidden in coves for extra seclusion.

There’s still plenty to keep active families busy, though, and the Toboso Chaparil Hotel is close to Nerja’s lively nightlife. You can enjoy a traditional meal, take in a show at one of the local bars or head to the nightclubs.

Things to do in Nerja

The Toboso Chaparil Hotel itself is right next to a handful of bars. If you walk 10 minutes to the Balcon de Europa, you can sip sangria at an al fresco cafe while you admire the views or grab an ice-cream and wander along the seafront.

You’re also only a five-minute walk away from a sandy beach with plenty of loungers. Nerja’s choice of beaches means you can pick an option packed with water sports or somewhere quiet and relaxing.

Tutti Frutti Square is where to head to enjoy some nightlife – there’s something for everyone, from traditional British pubs to flamenco bars. With golden sand, beautiful scenery and good food, Nerja is a great place for a relaxing break in the sunshine.

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.