Having been visiting Nerja for around 15 years at least once a year we feel that we have a good knowledge of this lovely resort. Burriana beach in particular has seen many changes and when we first went there were only a couple of restaurants (including the famous AYO's). Now the beach has been fully developed (in the best possible taste!) - there are many eating/drinking places from your basic 'English breakfasts' to the very stylish but not too pricey eateries (all child friendly). The main Spanish restaurants are on the beach and serve varied menus - AYO's serve the best paella on the coast - he cooks it in a 5 foot pan on an open wood fire - a site to be seen even if you don't eat paella.
The beach itself is a safe sandy arc of bay with plenty of sunbeds if needed. Lots of loo's and showers. It's never over busy and it's clean. The beach can shelve in places and may take small children by surprise if they are not aware of it.
All in all a quiet beach for a quiet holiday - enjoy!
Les & Judy
- Also Known As:
- Burriana Beach Nerja