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Parking in Nerja
In most of the coastal Mediterranean towns parking is a seasonal problem. With the influx of tourists through the prime summer months come thousands of cars all needing their own “accommodation”. In recent years as Nerja’s popularity has increased so has the difficulty in parking. Fortunately, despite being a small town Nerja has a number of large car parks to help cope with this.
There are two municipal car parks in the town, neither of which are free unfortunately, another privately owned non-free area and three free car parks, one on the northern and two on the western edges of Nerja. (Hover over the map pushpins to see the carpark names)
Municipal Car Park - Plaza de Espana
The most central of the two municipal car parks is found at the end of Calle de la Cruz. Follow this street and you’ll find yourself in the municipal car park in the center of town just a stone's throw from the Balcon de Europa and the town hall.
Municipal Car Park - Parque Verano Azul
The second municipal car park is found just next to Parque Verano Azul, indeed you access it via this area. This car park is a little way from the center of town however it’s not a long walk.
Private Car Park - Los Huertos
There is also a large area of open ground that runs along the northern edge of Calle Carabeo known as Los Huertos which has been used as a car park for many years. It was formerly free to park here however as of last year you do now have to pay. It’s an excellent place to park with quick access to the most popular areas.
Prices quoted here are only a guide and represent peak rates
Free Car Park
Currently the largest free car park in Nerja can be found at the end of the streets Calle del Puente Viejo and Calle del Ingenio. It’s a large open area visible from the N-340 that passes through Nerja. Unfortunately it is the furthest available car park from the center (probably why it’s free) and means a five minute walk.
Free Car Park
Two new car parks can be found on the western side of Nerja in the one way street Calle Almirante Carranza. They’re rather smaller than the others in the town but are free and floodlit at night. These car parks are great if you’re heading to the Tutti Frutti area but a short walk from the centre of town.