By Euro Weekly News Media • 16 June 2015 • 8:53
PROMISING results have been announced by the Nerja Caves foundation with visits increasing by more than two per cent in 2014.The natural monument’s board of directors last week released its annual report with highly positive results and an increase of 2.23 per cent in visits, reaching a total number of 387,596 tourists.Also positive were the results of the Nerja Museum, located in the town’s historical centre, which registered a 14.54 per cent growth in visits, with a total of 20,977.“These figures are the result of a balanced, contained spending,” said president of the institution, Jorge Hernandez Mollar, who explained that the caves saw last year a comprehensive series of improvements, which resulted in a better access and increased promotion.“Improvements were made on the official website and the ticket sales process, as well as the creation of a new, free app for mobile devices and tablets to do so,” said Mr Hernandez.Finally, he stressed achievements such as the excellence certification award delivered by tourism web TripAdvisor, as well as the upcoming International Music and Dance Festival of the Nerja Caves, scheduled to be held during the summer season.
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