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La Herradura Romería

By Hugh MacArthur

The Asociación de Amigos del Pago de Guerra is finalising the arrangements for the XVIII Romería, planned for this Sunday, the 8th. »

Pago de Guerra Tarmacking

By Vivienne Hughes

There's plenty of tarmacking going on in the hills behind La Herradura with country lanes being surfaced and the roadsides tidied. »

Let There Be Light

By Hugh MacArthur

The La Herradura junction for the Pago de Guerra lane now sports street lights, thus resolving a long-standing demand by the lane users. »

Pago de Guerra Lane Work

By Vivienne Hughes

After a pause during August, the roadwork on the Pago de Guerra lane in La Herradura recommenced with tarmacking on Tuesday the 15th. »

Roadworks Pago de Guerra

By Vivienne Hughes

Work commenced this week on the N-340 junction in La Herradura for Pago de Guerra, consisting in widening and tarmacking work. »

Pago de Guerra Lane Finished

By Hugh MacArthur

Work on another country lane in Almuñécar/Herradura has concluded: the road leading to the Pago de Guerra via the old rubbish dump above Cotobro. »

Romeria in the Hills

By Hugh MacArthur

Wondering what to do with today? Why not take a trip up to the Pago de Guerra Alto above La Herradura for their XV Romería? »

La Mezquita Lane Prepared for Summer

By Vivienne Hughes

One of the biggest fire hazards is dry grass along roadsides, which is why the Mezquita access lane has been cleared. »

A Stomp Around Warland High

By Martin Myall

OK, so it's a flippant translation of the name of this small hamlet above La Herradura: Pago de Guerra Alto, but it had you guessing, eh! »

Plenary Meeting of the Almuñécar Town Council

By Hugh MacArthur

Residents of Pago de Guerra and Loma del Gato in Almuñécar/Herradura will have their access roads improved. This was one of the 13 points addressed in the last Plenary Meeting of the Town Council for 2013. »

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