Hostal San Miguel
Best little Hotel in Nerja
The hotel is modern with free WLAN access in all rooms. The rooms are fully equipped en-suite with A/C, heating, TV, safe, and a small balcony. There is a rooftop terrace with a pool and nice views of both the sea and the mountain range.
This property has 2 bedrooms and sleeps 3 people
This property has 1 bathroom
|Activities||TennisCyclingMountain BikingScuba DivingWalkingMountaineeringSkiingWater SkiingGolfWind SurfingHorseback RidingSwimmingSnorkeling|
|Leisure||Jet SkiingPaddle BoatingSnorkelingHikingRaftingSight Seeing|
|Nearby Facilities, Attractions, and Services||Medical ServicesMassage TherapistRestaurantsRuinsScenic Drives|
|Kitchen||GrillWashing MachineRefrigeratorCoffee Maker|
|Entertainment||TelevisionDVDSatellite Or CableBooksToys Kids|
|Internet||Computer AvailableWireless Internet|
|Outside||BalconyOutdoor Grill CharcoalTerraceParkingGarageParking Off StreetWalkway To WaterGarden ChairsBeach Chairs|
|Onsite Equipment||BarbecueOutdoor Grill|
|Rate Category||Period||Rates||Minimum Stay|
€59 per Night
*** Default rates are subject to change. Please confirm the rates prior to booking.
Property Availability (Next 12 Months)
Legend: Available Booked
Location Type: Beach
The owner advises that a car is not required for this location.
Nerja is the absolute pearl along the Spanish coast, with the best climate in Europe, statistically speaking.
Several factors puts Nerja on top. The scenery is beautiful with dramatic mountains whose foothills reach the sea, and a number of bays with sheltered beaches. Nerja doesn't look like the all too common over-exploited resorts with a wide range of high-rise hotels and nightclubs along the beach. In Nerja reigns low white-washed houses, palm trees, bougainvilleas, and wrought iron. It is still a small Andalusian town with a thriving population where some still live traditional lives such as the fishermen, the short black-clad ladies and the fruit dealers, but there is also a modern young crowd and professionals. The atmosphere is vibrant and international with good restaurants, street-side cafes, and pubs.
In the heart of town there is the famous balcony of Europe, a medieval fortification which was converted to a walkway overlooking the sea in the late 19th century, and flanked by several bars and restaurants. The town has a long history where Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Romans and the Moors all have left their imprints.
Europe's largest cave system can be found nearby, the Nerja caves, including the world's largest known cave column. The caves stretch for at least 700 metres with more found each year.
There is a popular saying that anyone that visits Nerja will always return, and it seems to hold true.