1 bedroom Apartment in Nerja

Apartment Unfurnished
39 m2

1 bedroom Apartment in Nerja

Newly built apartments in Nerja, ready to move in.

Welcome to Nerja and newly built apartments located in the district of Capistrano, ready to move in. Located in a quiet area with just under 20 minutes walk to Burriana beach and 5 minutes to the nearest supermarket, restaurants and bars are around the corner. The excellent terraces and large windows that characterize these apartments, make it a perfect place to enjoy the sun and relax both outdoors and indoors.

The 21 apartments are on three floors and have a well thought-out design, where nothing has been left to chance. They have a perfect layout, top quality materials and a modern architecture that makes a difference. Most apartments have two bedrooms and two bathrooms, but there are also a few apartments with one bedroom and one bathroom. All apartments have a terrace, the ground floor apartments also have a garden.

The subtropical climate and 320 days of sunshine per year make Nerja a real paradise where you can relax and enjoy the beaches and natural landscape. The 17 beaches of Nerja are well known for their crystal clear waters. Its paradisiacal bays make up 13 kilometres of coastline worth knowing and enjoying. A place full of charm where you will find everything you need. There is a direct bus to Malaga airport from Nerja and it takes less than 50 minutes by car.

Bedroom    Bathrom          Sqm                    Price €
1                    1                        45                       221,000
2                    2                       67                       325,000

To all the spaces are added the terrace and possible garden. The cost of parking space is added with 11,000 -12,000€, which is obligatory. Built-in air conditioning and fully equipped kitchen with stove, fan, oven, microwave, dishwasher and refrigerator are included in the price.

A classic Spanish seaside resort, Nerja is a town with much to discover. Hidden coves, unspoiled streets and ancient hideaways, this is a little different from the rest of the Costa del Sol.

Step out onto the Balcón de Europa (the ‘balcony of Europe’) at sunset and you will discover perhaps the greatest view in the Costa del Sol, a stunning panorama of cobalt-blue sea, a multitude of beaches and coves below with the jaw dropping Sierra Almijara mountains rising to the east. Small wonder that so many people fall in love with beautiful Nerja.

Unlike many of the region’s former fishing villages, Nerja has kept its charm and a strong sense of what attracted people in the first place. You won’t find too many concrete high rises here. In the old town the winding streets are filled with flowers tumbling from iron balconies on pretty whitewashed houses which remain virtually unchanged.

Make your way down to the coast and explore delightful honey coloured coves and small sandy beaches. Head out of town and you’ll find one of the world’s most extraordinary ancient cave systems, lined with Palaeolithic cave paintings and thought to be one of most extensive underground networks in Europe.

Nerja has expanded via a series of urbanisations to accommodate 21,000 people, a third of whom are from abroad. The town maintains a local atmosphere, with a friendly ‘Andaluz’ feel, which is especially lively on market days and Fiestas.

The main public health medical centre is on the road into Nerja, with an emergency room open 24/7. If you have a more serious need, then the nearest fully equipped hospital is half an hour away in Velez Malaga.

Although not part of the wider region’s transport network, Nerja has its own regular bus routes that will get you to Malaga and to the surrounding towns and villages including Frigiliana, Almuñécar and as far afield as Granada, Córdoba and Seville. The nearest airport is an hour away by road in Malaga.

Make your way to the main square, Plaza de España, to find a multitude of boutiques and eateries. Nerja has all the usual Spanish supermarkets as well as some shops stocking English brands. For exercise, the town has an excellent stadium with tennis courts and swimming pool. And you’ll find all the usual water-based activities down by the coast.

Nerja has three parts; the old town with older, traditional houses; new developments with larger villas and bungalows on the outskirts and Burriana with views of the sea along a wide sandy beach. There are also spacious apartments to be found with enviable views near the Balcón de Europa.

Cost of living
You’ll find it possible to live very reasonably in Nerja. The large variety of shops, cafes and restaurants mean that even on a modest budget you’ll be able to enjoy going out regularly – and it’s certainly a cheaper option than some of the more famous resorts west of Malaga.

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