Beautiful city, located on the southern Mediterranean COAST, Málaga is blessed with mild winters, wonderful summers and spectacular combination of coastal and mountain scenery. It is thought that was originally founded thousands of years ago by the Phoenicians. They were followed by the Greeks, the Romans and the Moors. Its cultural heritage is very ample which includes Roman Amphitheatre, Arab Castle, the Cathedral, Picasso Museum, and Cervantes Theatre. It is at 52 Km. of Capistrano (40 minutes drive).
The Enchanted City; the subject of many songs. Its monuments, streets surprise its visitors, along with its squares and fountains with their distinct Moorish flavor, and views from the Alhambra looking over the city. The beautiful palace where architecture and nature create an authentic paradise, with the Sierra Nevada as a natural backcloth, further to the Cathedral, The Royal Chapel, The Monastery of San Jerónimo, the streets of El Albaicín and Del Carmen, with their narrow streets and whitewashed houses. At about 85Km from El Capistrano.
A wonderful area with an unequalled number of surprising landscapes, dotted with small white villages, hanging from impossible hillsides and lying in magical valleys. The Alpujarra is an idyllic place for relaxation and adventure, nature in the form of wildlife and ancestral, within the Natural Park of the Sierra Nevada, declared so by UNESCO. 65km from El Capistrano (1-hour by car).
Capital of Andalucía, with unquestionable touristic interest, thanks to its numerous monuments, squares, garden, churches, etc. It is the main historic/artist centre of Europe. Amongst the many monuments that may be found in this City, there are La Giralda, La Torre del Oro, La Plaza de Epaña, the luxurious gardens of María
Luisa, the zones of Triana, Macarena, and its famous procession during Easter Week and the April fair. It is 230km approximately from Nerja (2.5 hours’ drive).
Founded by the Romans, this city reached its present splendor with the invasion of the moors who converted it into the capital Al-Andalus. The varied cultural heritage: Puente Romano, Palacio Episcopal, Turkish baths, its patios and the impressive Mezquita, make Córdoba one of the wealthiest in monuments
The eastern most town on the Costa del Sol, situated on the very skirt of the Sierra Almijara. A cosmopolitan town offering its visitors an ample coastline of some 15-kilometres, with a choice of sandy beaches and clear waters, and with a very special microclimate (probably one of the best in Europe) with mild summers and warm winters, and sun most days of the year. Along with its kind people and hospitality, its cultural heritage, varied social life, nightlife, idiosyncrasy of an Andalusian village, Nerja is an ideal place for holiday enjoyment, emphasized by:
Burriana Beach: Winner of the Blue Flag, for its quality, cleanliness and services.
Balcon of Europe: Spectacular viewpoint over the Mediterranean Sea and its many delightful coves.
Aqueduct del Aguila: 2km from Nerja and 1km from Maro, constructed at the end of the 15th century to transport water to the sugar factory, San Joaquin, which is 500 meters away.
A district of Nerja, some 3km away and 2km from El Capistrano. A typical Andalusian village with whitewashed houses and some 500-habitants, characterized by its tranquility, and famous diverse landscapes and unblemished coves.
Nerja Caves: Situated close to Maro, these were declared a national monument and are, without a doubt, the most spectacular monument in Nerja. The caves are rich in prehistoric paintings and treasure dating back 20,000 years, dwelling and final resting place prehistoric man. Due to the incomparable beauty and acoustics, each year during the month of July, cultural spectaculars are held in their interior – The International Music and Dance Festival, with the participations of important artists such as Rostropovich, The Russian Ballet, Paco de Lucía, amongst many others.
A pretty mountain village in Andalusian style, winning first prize for Embellishment of Spanish Villages and later the first National Prize of Andalusian Villages, situated 6km from Nerja and 7km from Capistrano. The village, with its whitewashed houses on cobbled streets, and flower-decked balconies, the village conserves the best Arab architecture of Andalusia. Renowned for its olive oil and local wine, and for possessing the only factory in Europe that produces molasses (miel de Caña).
Designed by Jose María Cañizares, is a even course with 18 holes, characterized by its wide greens with many movements the great variety of obstacles which offer a big range of strokes and an ideal design for all types of handicap.
The variety of holes and the unsurpassable views both to the Mediterranean Sea and mountains contribute to make enjoy and share an unforgettable day.