NERJA Museum has just closed after their best summer season in history.
The number of visitors up until August 31 has now reached 22,992, which already surpasses the total number for the entire year of 2014. In August alone, 10,288 people visited the museum.
According to council sources, one of the main reasons for these great results has been the launching of the tourism mini-train which, in barely one month-and-a-half, has transported more than 10,500 users.
The mini-train, named ‘Cuevatren’, follows a route around the most emblematic points of the city makes four different stops: The Nerja Caves, the Chanquete ship, the town’s museum and the Plaza de Maro.