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Punta Lara is a delightful urbanisation a short bus or taxi ride way from the centre of Nerja and the Balcon de Europe. The bus runs every hour and costs a euro - perfect, although we never did work out how to catch it back,...More
As you leave Nerja on the N-340, turn right at the roundabout signposted Punta Lara and you’re into the development. Not sure it’s any different during summer months but in winter (visited February) it was desolate and had the air of being run down, with...More
Punta Lara is an up-market development a little to the west of Nerja.
It's a great place for a walk (from Nerja). You climb high above Nerja and get amazing views of the coast to the west, and across Nerja to the east.
Village is very quiet and Beautiful . Overlooking to Sea . There are good local bars and restaurants .. Beach at 5 minutes walking distance with beach restaurant. Superstore only in Nerja Town 30-40 minutes walking distance.. some villas on higher side of village require...More
We rented a villa for two weeks here and it was a lovely place to stay. Peaceful, east to park, own pool. Close to bus stop if not wanting to drive, Nerja a two minute drive...access to plenty of areas. We will definitely return to...More
We rented a villa on Punta Lara, it is a modern development which is very tastefully done. The architecture is a modern Moorish style and the villa we stopped in had stunning elevated sea views. A great place to stop.
Nice Villas to rent of the hill of Punta Lara; Spainish architecture, all in white, with wood decorations; there is a nice pool and it's about 20 minutes from center of Nerja; you have a bus nearby, but if you have your car it's no...More
We spent new year in Nerja and stayed right at the western edge on Punta Lara. We rented a cracking two bed townhouse from a really nice Dutch guy and thoroughlly enjoyed the experience. You will need a car if you stay here, or the...More
Have been twice now & will go again. Visit in Jan when the English weather is foul. We had sunny days all bar one. There are lots of ex pats who all make you feel welcome. A bus stops nearby to go into town or...More
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Punta Lara is mainly residential, you only really have the one hotel and a couple of small bars. The bars will be open in Nerja which is.a short taxi ride, bus or walk away. If you take the beach road you have a few bars... More
Punta Lara is mainly residential, you only really have the one hotel and a couple of small bars. The bars will be open in Nerja which is.a short taxi ride, bus or walk away. If you take the beach road you have a few bars there.