t2.bmp (300054 bytes)  Malaga

July 2, 2006

Another fabulous tour guide.

This is one beautiful beach. I would love to come stay here for a few days to unwind.


We sat at a table along this boardwalk and sipped espresso. It was heaven.

Kristen, this shot of the Lego logo is for you.

In the caves of Nerja, hieroglyphics were found.  (Karen bought the magnet.)




The Caves At Nerja

Discovered in 1959, the caves at Nerja boast the largest stalagmites in the world and a series of vast underground galleries.

WHAT YOU VISIT Nerja Caves - Discovered in 1959, the cave complex boasts the tallest stalagmites in the world - over 224 feet high - and immense underground galleries. Visit Cataclysm Chamber with its 90-foot tall central column, the Hall of the Nativity with its flowstones, columns, stalagmites and stalactites, and the Hall of the Cascade. Humans inhabited the caves over 325,000 years ago.

SHOPPING Browse for souvenirs of your visit at the Cavesí gift shop.

PHOTO OPPORTUNITY Nerja Aqueduct - Still in use today, the aqueduct is a superb illustration of the beauty and utility of Roman architecture.

WHAT YOU SEE ALONG THE WAY Board your air-conditioned motorcoach and drive east from Malaga, passing the towns of La Cala, Rincon de la Victoria, and Torre del Mar. Travel through a subtropical landscape of sugar cane plantations, avocado groves, and custard tree orchards, to Nerja.

SPECIAL NOTES The drive between Malaga and Nerja is approximately an hour long.

This tour involves considerable walking as well as climbing and descending steps. Recommended for physically fit passengers. Wear comfortable, low-heeled walking shoes with non-skid soles.


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