Whilst both Motril and Salobreña have marina projects that appear to be dead in the water, the one between Nerja and Torrox moves ahead.
Like Salobreña’s project, the Nerja/Torrox one has also spent the last 30 years stalled, owing to meaningless pledges from the Junta. However, the new regional administration, which is a coalition between the PP and Ciudadanos, backed by Vox, has announced that it wants the project to go ahead.
Note that both Nerja and Torrox are in the hands of the PP whilst Salobreña is in the hands of the PSOE – something to keep in mind.
Sevilla wants to reactivate the project but with joint private-public funding, announced Sra. Marifrán Carazo, who is the Head of the Regional Board for Public Works and Infrastructure.
The project visualises a marina in the area of Playa de Calaceite, comprising of some 500 berths with a budget of around 36-million euros.
The Sra. Carazo, who is spending her summer holidays in Torrox, met up with the Mayor of that town to discuss the project.
(News: Nerja/Torrox, Axarquia, Costa del Sol, Malaga, Andalucia)