Nerja Caves, the Tropical Coast, and Flamenco

Gina S. Arcadia in Granada, Spain

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November 10, 2016
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The Arcadia group went on a trip to the Nerja caves and the tropical coast. The Nerja caves were rediscovered in 1959 and are now one of Spain's biggest tourist attractions. Nerja is in the province Málaga which is just slightly south of Granada.

After that, we visited the tropical coast, boarding the Mediterranean Sea. We enjoyed Paella, and then some free time along the beach.

Lastly, there was the beautiful flamenco show! Flamenco is a song and dance of Spain filled with so much emotion; passion, anger, lust, pain, ecstasy... This show was truly a delight and an enjoyment!