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Almuñécar Brick Take-Off

By Vivienne Hughes

The building sector in Almuñécar is starting to wake up from a decade of slumber, thanks to urban development in Taramay and other areas of the municipality. »

Almuñécar Road Closed

By David Darby

(TRC) Well, when we say road, it's more of a 'lane' really. We're talking about the narrow, one-way, service road that runs alongside the Friday Market car park and the main N-340, officially called Paseo Blas Infante. »

Pedestrian Access to Los Pinos Improvements

By Louise Powell

(TAY) Seems simple… rip out the crash barriers, widen the area next to the road to incorporate a pavement, put some barriers back in and Bob's your uncle. Or "sorted" in plain English. »

La Herradura Retarmacking

By Martin Myall

The Ministry of Public Works (Fomento) began the process of retarmacking the access road for the A-7 from La Herradura on Monday the 15th. »

Pile Up on N-340

By Vivienne Hughes

Five people were injured in a multi-car accident on the N-340 in Taramay, Almuñécar on Saturday the 22nd. »

Salobreña-Playa Granada Road

By Hugh MacArthur

Two local branches of the political party Ciudadanos; one in Motril and the other in Salobreña, are pushing for a beach road to connect the municipalities. »

Lamppost Blocks N-340

By Vivienne Hughes

A streetlight fell onto the N-340 at the western end of the Taramay tunnel, thanks to a rockslide that brought it down. »

Very Dangerous N-340

By Vivienne Hughes

Did you know that the N-340 in the vicinity of Almuñécar/Salobreña is one of the most dangerous stretches of road in Spain? It's official. »

N-340 Cutting Stabilization

By Martin Myall

The Ministry of Public Works has been busy maintaining the cutting on the N-340, just west of the Cotobro tunnel between Almuñécar and La Herradura. »

Rain and Rockfalls

By Martin Myall

After a week to ten days of rain and then a short break, we're in for another soaking, to kick off teh beginning of December... thank God! »