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Salobreña Virgen del Rosario

By Louise Powell

From Wednesday the 4th to the Sunday the 9th of October, Salobreña will be holding its very popular Fiestas in honour of the Virgen del Rosario. »

More Police for Salobreña?

By Vivienne Hughes

(HMI) Salobreña wants a larger Guardia-Civil presence in the municipality; a wish that was approved in the Plenary Meeting of the Town Call. »

Ham-Cutting Competition

By Martin Myall

Cutting Jamón Serrano is not a case of swinging a katana at the startled cured leg of ham - no, it’s an art form; bit like Flamenco but a lot quieter. »

Coastal Exploitation?

By Hugh MacArthur

The town halls along the Costa Tropical have decided to take advantage of the fact that the regional law to protect the coastline has been suspended. »

Salobreña Peñon Reserve?

By Vivienne Hughes

Three professors at Granada University (UGR) have published a study on El Peñon de Salobreña, proposing the regeneration of its ecosystem. »

Rambla Clearing Before Rains

By Vivienne Hughes

The Junta has finally put into motion the clearing of overgrown riverbeds and gullies on the Costa Tropical in preparation for the end-of-summer rains. »

Owl Sea Rescue

By Vivienne Hughes

There was an unusual occurrence on Thursday the 31st down on Salobreña beach, involving an owl in the water and its subsequent rescue. The owl’s saviour was Carlos Lopez, who had spotted the bird in distress from his flat balcony in Salomar 2000. He had seen the owl actually fall into the sea and... »

Tadeo Jones Released

By Louise Powell

The Spanish animated-film, Tadeo Jones: El Secreto de Rey Midas, was released yesterday, not only all over Spain and internationally… but also in Salobreña at the summer cinema. »

Salobreña’s Terrorist Measures

By Martin Myall

(TRC) Salobreña has acted on the Central Government's recommendations to install obstacles on the seaside promenade to prevent terrorist attacks like the one in Barcelona. »

Salobreña’s Living Dead

By Martin Myall

Don’t forget that today is the Last Zombie Day in Salobreña, if you’re in to that sort of thing. »