Santa Fe – Pastelería Casa Ysla

Good  morning everyone! I am one of the drivers of SOLTRANSFER. I would like to share this post with you. On Thursday, I did a very special service. I picked up some clients from Torremolinos to take them to Granada, city of ”La Alhambra de Granada”. On our way to Granada, we made a stop Leer másSanta Fe – Pastelería Casa Ysla[…]

Playa El Playazo

Good afternoon everyone! Yesterday, we spent a really good time with some clients of http://www.soltransfer.com. We really like to thank our usual clients, that’s the reason we decided to go with them to a popular beach in Nerja called ”El Playazo”. It seemed like a summer day and we enjoyed a lot. We went to have Leer másPlaya El Playazo[…]

The Nerja Caves

Good afternoon all! I am a driver of http://www.soltransfer.com who has had the opportunity to take some usual clients from Sweden to one of Nerja’s most popular and spectacular historical sites. A trip to Andalucia would not be complete without a visit to the Nerja Caves. On January 12th 1959, five local boys from the village of Maro decided Leer másThe Nerja Caves[…]

Busy day at work

Hola! I am Damaris, the secretary of SOLTRANSFER. I am in the coffe break and I would like to write you about today. We are having a busy day managing bookings from Malaga airport to a great variety of destinations in Costal del Sol (Nerja, Torrox, Rincón de la Victoria, Málaga, Torremolinos, Benalmádena, Fuengirola, Mijas, Marbella, Leer másBusy day at work[…]

Wonderful Sunday

Hello!! I am Damaris, the secretary of SOLTRANSFER. Today, there was a wonderful weather in Nerja. We had 20 degrees and the sun was shining in the sky. We have enjoyed the day with one of the clients who often uses our private transfer service. We picked them up from Malaga Airport and we arrived Leer másWonderful Sunday[…]

If it rains, Migas Andaluzas!

Rain, sun, rain… What a crazy weather! Today in the office we had lunch a trendy Spanish traditional dish called ”Migas”. In this area (Nerja, Torrox, Frigiliana and surroundings) we are used to eat this food when it is raining. The ingredients of migas vary across the provinces of Spain but most people eat them with Leer másIf it rains, Migas Andaluzas![…]