Granada: Fourth of July in Frigiliana and Nerja

July 4, 2018
On Wednesday, we went to Nerja and Frigiliana! We had our own little Fourth of July celebration here in Spain, full of sun, sand, and ice cream. We first went to the town of Frigiliana, where we walked around the city and saw some spectacular views. Javier and Mario gave great tours of the town, and the students had some free time to explore.

We then made our way to the beautiful caves of Nerja! The caves were discovered by a group of young locals in 1959, and in 1960 they were opened to the public. The sprawling caverns, with their massive stalactites and stalagmites, made quite an impression on the kids.

We finally arrived to Nerja, where we had time to enjoy the beach! Students swam, played volleyball, and tanned, and Mario took a group on a tour through the city. We had a wonderful Fourth of July celebration here in Southern Spain!