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Nerja?

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Nerja?

Thinking of visiting here Easter next year! We are a couple in our early 50’s just wondering if it’s for mixed age groups! And if there’s plenty to do day/evenings? Thank you 😁

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you will enjoy the place. i was there last june . going again this june. lovely place. no large groups .so no rowdys. and the locals are so friendly. and there so much to do .

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Its a low key place which tends to attract middle age, older age, families and couples. Very laid back. Nice restaurants and a fantastic tapa culture. Have a look at some of the tapas threads on here. However you can also find British or Irish bars if you want to go and watch a match. Make sure you walk the side streets to get a feel of the area.

Totally agree with Grahams post.

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You would have plenty to do in Nerja at Easter. It is a charming resort, which is busy all the year round, obviously it is busier in the peak of summer.

It attracts visitors from a variety of countries, including many Spanish people.

It has a great tapas scene and lots of fantastic restaurants.

There is also great variety of shops, if you enjoy shopping.

If you visit Nerja, I am sure you will have a great time,

Andalucia, Spain
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Easter is when the holiday season starts.lots of spanish families of all ages and as said above a good mixture of others. Imo its not really a young persons lively resort (although alot of young people visit) more of a laid back people watching type resort with a mixture of young familes plus 30's looking for good food and a relaxing atmosphere

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Nerja is one of the most charming resorts in the Costa del Sol. I always bring visitors here and we enjoy the beautiful views of the sea and mountains.

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We are making our first visit in October..

We are older than you .

From what I have read it will suit us both..

Oh the shark has pearly teeth....

Waterlooville
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Marvellous town. Great walks. Don’t go in the sea.

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Is that because of the shark with pearly teeth, Alan?

Swansea, United...
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Jellyfish are a major problem on the CDS at the moment.

Waterlooville
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Ha Ha!!

No, but on numerous occasions there is the opportunity to swim with turds and sanitary products etc. If none are evident then beware of the orange slick.

One day the council will get the waste water plant up and running, maybe, perhaps.

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