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Love this trip-both places are so beautiful and worth going there! I am suprised not too many people ever heard about those beautiful places!
This is a great trip, and the caves are awesome! I would recommend this trip to others.
A great day to see areas east of Malaga! The views around Nerja wonderful and caves impressive- like huge caverns.
I really enjoyed this day trip it was full of great things to see in a timely manor,I would highly recommend this Day trip.
A fantastic trip. Frigiliana was a beautiful little village to visit and experience a more authentic Spain and the Caves were amazing. Unfortjunately we were not able to see the cave paintings as these were closed to the public but still a great expereince. Only could have been improved by having the audio guides to listen to as we wandered the caves.
The cave was fascinating. More information on the caves would have been good. I would have appreciated a recommendation for lunch. It would have been nice to have a bit more time at the first village shop, also would have been good to get there after the shops had opened, some were still opening as we left..
Breathtaking, spellbinding, amazing, out of this world...I can go on and on if you like!
Beware if your in Costa Del Sol (Andullucia) you need to travel by taxi at the cost of 45 Euros each way to get picked up by the bus. If you don't mind this additional cost, this is a beautiful tour, filled with quaint villages which are well worth seeing.
Are beautiful cities but the road trip in the motor coach is too long and boring just to see the ciities get offfrtom the bus and see the cities from the bus plataform because there are not any guided tour,any information, just to get off and look.
We found nothing of any interest whatsoever in the town of Frigiliana... though situated in the mountains the views weren't impressive, the shops and cafe's very ordinary and we found the artwork on some of the temporary side-show rides extremely distasteful...had we any children with us we wouldn't have quite known how to answer why a popular ride had an image depicting a young man masturbating!!!
The caves were naturally amazing, however we didn't appreciate the bright flashes from the local souvenir photographers in the cave making it difficult to see in the dark afterward! Us tourists however were sternly warned NOT to take flash photography... go figure.
The town of Nerja was a surprise with it's two fair-looking beaches, however we'd wish we would have been told to bring our swimwear and towel as the rest of the town was just cafes, restaurants and souvenir shops.