Easter break in Nerja & Torrox-Costa in pictures

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Sea and sun, beach and pool, a lot of good food, cool drinks and melting ice cream portions, quality time with the family and some quick but sweaty workouts. That was our Easter break in a nutshell. Super laidback and easy vacation as everything was already familiar to us all.


We decided to start our vacation already a day before what was the original plan and the first stop was in Jaén. In this way we had shorter drive to south as it was divided into two parts and we got to discover a little bit of Jaén too. Jaén seemed a very nice and sweet place, although everything was of course closed for Easter, except restaurants and cafes. I might not want to spend a whole vacation week there, but it worked perfectly as a pit stop.


According to the weather forecast it supposed to be cold and rainy during the whole Easter week, Semana Santa, in Spain but apparently, we were in the right place at the right time. Yeah, it rained during the night or two and it was cloudy on that day which we spent in Malaga, but otherwise we could enjoy a quite nice weather. Sure, we’ve had some warmer Easters on previous years in Spain, but the weather was really a lot better than we were prepared for.


We didn’t have any special plans, so we just went with the flow. We hung by the pool, made sand castles at the beach, had delicious breakfast with a sea view at Parador hotel,  which is a must for us while in Nerja, had mouth-watering dinners at our favorite restaurants in Nerja, strolled around the streets of Torrox-Costa and Nerja, stopped for a drinks and ice creams and released all the extra energy in play grounds and bouncy castle. Just spent quality time as a family.



What can I say, Nerja never disappoints us and I can’t wait to get back there again. It’s my happy place <3 .



❤️: Sanna



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