Frigiliana and Nerja Tour Direct from Malaga
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Stop At: Castillo de Lizar, Calle de la Chorrera, Frigiliana Spain
We will visit the ancient fortress, which was the refuge of the last Moors and now has been converted into a molasses factory. We will also give you some free time to buy typical products of the region like pottery, fruits, vegetables or the famous sweet wine.
Duration: 30 minutes
Stop At: Cueva de Nerja, Carr. de Bajada a Playa de Maro, s/n, 29787 Nerja Spain
Entrance to caves is included If Option selected.
In Nerja you will walk through its old town winding streets and cobbled pathways, mixed with boutiques and restaurants with a backdrop of the beautiful Sierra Almijara Mountains. You will also have the opportunity to enjoy the breathtaking views from the Balcon de Europa. We will also give you some free time to explore on your own before returning to your pick up point via the same route.
Duration: 2 hours
- Local guide
- Air-conditioned vehicle
- Tour of Nerja Caves (If Option Selected)
- Free time in Frigiliana
- Visit and free time in Nerja
- Transportation from Malaga directly to Nerja.
- Food and drinks
- Guided visit of Frigiliana
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking, unless booked within 1 day of travel. In this case confirmation will be received as soon as possible, subject to availability
- Not wheelchair accessible
- May be operated by a multilingual guide
- Near public transportation
- Infants must sit on laps
- Most travelers can participate
from beginning to end all went very well except the driver arrived 45 min. late.our guide was well informed,easy to understand,very professional.
Half day tour from Malaga to the centers of these two towns. When going to Nerja, take in the Caves, very well worth it, but if you mobility issues, I wouldn't recommend it, there are lots of stairs up and down. There is free time (1 hour) to have lunch on your own or just wander around, restaurant has a fantastic view.I took the little trolley train around the hilly center in Frigiliana, 3 euros, with commentary. When you get off the trolley train, take a walk up the hill to the right (away from the main restaurant that you will see overlooking the trolley train), there are some quaint little shops, but again, lots of steps.
Lovely little white villages but the caves in Nerja were spectacular.
Nerja was a good place to hang out for a couple of hours with various restaurants and nice small shops for the hundreds of visitors. Frigiliana had very little to offer a visitor besides the usual bars in which to sit, but it padded out the day. The tour guide was quite boring as he repeated information about the trip in a variety of languages the whole time we were on the road. Very tiring.
too much languages
Paco was our tour guide and he was excellent and well organized. His driver was excellent too. Frigiliana was a cute white mountain town. No sights there, just the spotless whitewashed town. The caves nearby were very impressive if you don't mind 438 steps. Nerja's claim to fame is the impressive Balcony of Europe panoramic terrace above the town. We appreciated the on time pick up and schedule. A very nice tour and day.
Both the towns are really nice, the duration of tour was also appropriate. However, the tour guide mainly spoke in Spanish and not much in English so didn't get to know about the places that much. Also, the pick up point was slightly confusing.