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The town council has compulsorily purchased the site and cleared most of the rubble. Let's hope that they get on with improving it. This is one of the best sites in the town, and deserves to be looked after.
3km on a bloody rough track to a crowded beach. No facilities just a small cafe on the cliff top. We departed and popped across to the huge lava storm beache at las salinas, great surf and look for olivine gemstones in the sand. and...More
Set just beside the Balcon this is a small beach but a good one. They have knocked the restaurant down there which is a shame as it is quite a climb back into town to get anything to eat or drink. That said, there are...More
Stayed in Nerja for 5 days before heading up to the mountains and Lore de Estepa in the family villa.
Frequented this bay daily and it's a beautiful bay.
With the Sierra Nevada mountains in the background, the scenery is stunning.
The old derelict Papagayo restaurant has finally been demolished and the site cleared, the vagrants have been moved on and the beach has once again become a popular place to enjoy a day in the sun. It has improved vastly and, hopefully, will continue to...More
The real name is Calahonda Beach, the Papagayo restaurant/café/bar hving been closed down some years back, and now very scruffy, but the council is going to take it over and modernise it, not before time. The main attraction for photos (from the Balcón de Europa)...More
Situated directly below Balcon de Europa, access is via a shallow flight of steps. Looking down from the Balcon the cove and beach looks very attractive but on closer inspection the derelict and scruffy area behind the beach is an eyesore where rough sleepers seem...More
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This is Spain, and things don’t happen quickly. The town council has reputedly paid a serious lot of money for the site, but doesn’t seem in a hurry to improve it. Vagrants still sleep in the old restaurant, but why it... More
This is Spain, and things don’t happen quickly. The town council has reputedly paid a serious lot of money for the site, but doesn’t seem in a hurry to improve it. Vagrants still sleep in the old restaurant, but why it hasn’t been demolished nobody seems to know. It’s not helped by the coast path (which used to be a great attraction) having been made impassible by huge rock falls. Maybe one day . . .