9 Jan, 2016 @ 16:38
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Nerja Caves visitors encouraged to bring their dancing shoes

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Cave-dancersVISITORS to Nerja Caves are being encouraged to bring their dancing shoes with them.

The first of a series of tango lessons took place inside the cave on January 2, with more events being scheduled for the year ahead.

More than 150 people joint in the inaugural event hosted by trained dancer Miguel Azul.

The caves received more than visitors in 2015, representing the third consecutive year of growth.

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