TWO enterprising expats have developed an interactive app to discover Nerja.
British creators Robert Holdstock and Chris Brookes have launched Nerjapp, a mobile app that allows users to find places to eat, local events, and unearth hidden adventures in the coastal town.
The entrepreneurs, who have lived in the Axarquia for a combined time of five years, designed the
handy travel guide for expats
as well as tourists.
Holdstock said: “The beauty of Nerjapp is that every time we find something new or interesting we can add it to the app, so it’s constantly growing with information.”
The app, which updates users in real time with notifications, also includes useful tools including a map, translator, bus timetables, restaurant reviews and emergency numbers.
Since Nerjapp was released on June 10 it has gathered over 700 users. It is available for free for both Android and Apple devices.
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