How to book a place on a trip or in house event

Email booking

Many members have expressed their desire to book and pay for trips and events online. Unfortunately we don’t have the facilities to process online bookings or membership renewals.

We can however facilitate bookings and membership renewals via Email and bank transfer.

You can pay by Bank Transfer and you need to pay any fees that are incurred for this.

To do this you need to tell us what trips you would like to book and for how many people. If you would like to pay membership fees, you can also include that too.

We will send you an invoice and a bank transfer form with our bank details.

Generally bookings by bank transfer will be processed over the weekend.

We will hold places on the trips for you for a week in order for you to get the payment organised.

We will send you confirmation when the booking is complete.

The receipts will be held on the bookings desk and you can pick them up when you come to the club.

Picasso “He can’t Paint


“He Can’t Paint”

a Conversation with Carmen

Love Picasso or hate him, this conversation about his life, works, and talent, is bound to be interesting.

Join our favorite guide and art expert, Carmen, as she chats about one of Malaga’s best known sons, the prolific painter Picasso.

As informative as a lecture, but much more interesting, you’re invited to offer your opinion, participate with questions, or if you prefer you can just listen, as Carmen takes us through his early years in Malaga, Madrid, Barcelona and Paris; his women; the artists who influenced him, Velazquez, Goya, Matisse et al; his genius, cubism, portraits, and commitment; the drama of wars.

Through the conversation, you’ll be introduced to selected works from the Museo Picasso in Malaga.


Members: €4

Visitors: €6


Bookings can be made in the clubrooms:

Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays between 11am and 1.30pm.

If you can’t come in and wish to pay by bank transfer, email us at


In the Clubroom

Alhambra presentation


The Alhambra

A Presentation with Carmen

January 18th

11am at the Clubhouse

Alhambra is Spain’s most visited monument. Located on the al-Sabika rocky hill overlooking the city of Granada, the fabulous complex is not just another architectural treasure in an already incredibly rich country, but the last remaining Moorish stronghold in Europe, as well as the oldest Muslim palace in the world.

Our in-house presentations with Carmen are always popular so be sure to book early

Member 4€

Visitors  6€



Pimientito 7th February 2019

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7th February 2019  7:30 pm

Join us for an evening of classical and flamenco guitar with Mark “Pimientito” Shurey. Experience the sounds of this wonderful music in the comfort of our clubroom with delicious paella included in the ticket price.
Mark Shurey has been fascinated by the guitar since the age of 10 and 2 years later was inspired to take up classical guitar. His passion for flamenco began 8 years later and resulted in him leaving England to live in Spain where he learned from the gypsies of Andalucia and earned the name “Pimientito”. In the last 5 years Mark has furthered his studies with Gerardo Nuñez who is currently the top flamenco player in Spain. Mark is the only English Guitarist in the world to receive 5 diplomas in guitar technique from this master. He has performed at many of the large music festivals in England, Ireland, France and Holland, written the music for two Lorca stage productions, made many radio and TV appearances and lectured in the UK, Spain, and the USA.

Members: €14
Visitors: €18
Your ticket includes a paella plate.

Bookings can be made in the clubrooms:
Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays between 11am and 1.30pm.

If you can’t come in and wish to pay by bank transfer, email us at

In the Clubroom


Quiz Night 17th January

17th January

Our fun Quiz Nights are a great way to socialise and get to know fellow members while testing out your general knowledge.

Teams compete in a number of rounds with questions from Quizmaster, Ray, ranging over a variety of themes from Trivia to Music. The bar is open for refreshments though sorry, no hot drinks. The usual bar crisps and nuts are available but if you want supper you’ll need to bring it with you.

You can put your own team together or, if you don’t have a complete team don’t worry, we´ll also organise groups on the night so everyone can be involved.

Seats are limited so it’s best to book in advance to ensure your place.

Members: €3
Visitors: €4

Bookings can be made in the clubrooms:
Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays between 11am and 1.15pm.

If you can’t come in and wish to pay by bank transfer, email us at

Please note that bookings can only be made with full payment and specific table positions cannot be reserved. These will be allocated on the night on a first come first served basis.

In the Clubroom
Club opens at 19.30 and quiz commences at 20.00 sharp. Winners and presentations at 22.15and club closes at 22.30.

Monthly Visits to Gibraltar

Monthly Visits to Gibraltar
Gibraltar offers heritage, history, shopping, and dining.
Visible from a distance of more than 100 miles, the Rock of Gibraltar has attracted visitors and conquerors since the dawn of time, impressed by its strategic location between two continents and at the junction of the Atlantic and the Mediterranean, its imposing appearance and, of course, its subtropical climate.

Today Gibraltar is an important tourist destination to tour, visit caves and tunnels, see Barbary Apes roaming freely on the Upper Rock, or join a dolphin watching trip.

Our trip arrives at the border of Gibraltar at approximately 10.30 am. We park at Morrisons Superstore making this a popular shopping trip. In the afternoon we depart at 16.00 pm for the return to Nerja.

If you’re planning to tour there’s time for a good look around. If you’re there for the shopping, there’s plenty of room to stow your purchases in the hold of the bus – but remember you will have to carry them home with you from your drop off point that night.

On Leaving Gibraltar you will be required to get off the coach and walk through customs with all your goods and belongings; nothing must be left on the coach. If necessary it can be useful to take a trolley or suitcase if you plan to do a lot of shopping


Bookings can be made in the clubrooms:
Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays between 11am and 1.15pm.
Please note, bookings can only be made with full payment.

If you wish you can pay by bank transfer, or use a money transfer company like Moneywise email us at for more information.

Members: €14
Visitors: €17

Coach transport to Gibraltar and return.

Coach departures and times:
Riu Monica 7.00
Nerja Bus Station: 7.10
Club de Nerja : 7.20
Hotel Marinas : 7.25
Torrox Bus Station 7.30

Comfort stop en route
10.45 hrs Estimated arrival in Gibraltar

Return Journey:
16.00 hrs Departure from GIbraltar
19.00 hrs Approximately – Hotel Riu Monica
There will be a short comfort stop on the way home


Club Internacional De Nerja
Calle San Juan 42. Nerja 29780.

Social and Cultural Association No 1612
Telephone during opening hours 00 34 952521 858
Opening hours Mon from 19.30 hrs
Tues, Thurs and Sat 11.00 to 14.00 hrs

Open Some Thursday Evenings check for details
Facebook: cidnerja
“Totally run by volunteers”

Little Madrid

January 30th 2019
We leave Nerja to discover the route of the wine and raisins. Starting at the Village of Macharaviaya known once as the ‘Little Madrid’ because of its econmical importance, we will visit the museum to find out the connection to the American War of Independence and other historical moments. We then drive to Moclinejo to see its colourful mosaic art gallery and a stop for wine and tapas. Then head down the mountain road to the village of El Borge famous for its raisins and the dangerous Bandolero El Bizco del Borge.
Does include walking need to be able bodied
Macharaviaya, Moclinejo and El Borge.
Cost: (to include wine and tapas)
Members: €20
Visitors: €26
Pick up times:
Hotel Riu Monica 8.15
Nerja Bus Station 8.25
Hotel Nerja Club 8.35
Hotel Marinas 8.40
Torrox Bus Station 9.00
We anticipate arriving back into Nerja by 18.00 hours