The budget will ascend to almost three times the actual amount, according to the Mayor, María Eugenia Rufino, and will include a better service for the old town.
Finding somewhere to park up there, squeezing through the streets, is like trying to fly to Berlin and back in a Lancaster in 1943 and come out of it with your paintwork unscratched.
The long term solution is a lift. Mojácar in Almería is a bit like Salobreña in its layout (the old town perched on a rock and a separate beach area) and it does have a lift, which takes you from the large car-park area at the bottom of the rock, up to the main square.
Anyway, in the meantime an improved public bus service, running more frequently, is the only answer. If things go according to plan, it should be up and running for next summer.
(News: Salobrena, Costa Tropical, Granada, Andalucia)