Almuñécar

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Restaurante La Corregidora

Friday, December 6, 2019
By Martin Myall
Restaurante La Corregidora

Restaurante La Corregidora in Almuñécar, which is just above the Town Hall Square, has some special group menus lined up for this month and for New Year's Eve! »

Najarra Reopens

Tuesday, December 3, 2019
By Louise Powell
Najarra Reopens

Eighteen months after closing its doors for renovation work, Almuñécar's main Tourist Information Office (La Najarra) is back open to the public. »

Looking Back: P4 Boulevard

Saturday, November 30, 2019
By Martin Myall
Looking Back: P4 Boulevard

Well, it’s the last day of November and there are still plenty of articles from November 2009 in our archives so we have chosen this one about the (then) new P4 boulevard in Almuñécar. The P4 development of the Río Verde Vega began to take off in the late 80’s – until then it... »

Taramay Landslip

Thursday, November 28, 2019
By Martin Myall
Taramay Landslip

There was a landslip around 06.00h on the 13th just above the Curumbico Beach. That's the next one on from Cabria Beach in Taramay, Almuñécar. »

Murky Market Moves

Sunday, November 24, 2019
By Martin Myall
Murky Market Moves

The Almuñécar Town Hall has cancelled the leases on market stalls that have been closed for at least two years. »

PGOU Viewing Extended

Wednesday, November 20, 2019
By Martin Myall
PGOU Viewing Extended

The passage of the Almuñécar PGOU is going anything but smoothly, which is why, perhaps, the period for viewing has been extended to the 3rd of January. »

No Winter Help for Hotels

Monday, November 18, 2019
By Martin Myall
No Winter Help for Hotels

The motion put forward in the latest Plenary Meeting of the Almuñécar Town Council to subsidise hotels in the municipality during off-season was rejected. »

Cotobro Hill Fire

Saturday, November 16, 2019
By Martin Myall
Cotobro Hill Fire

An out-of-season hill fire broke out above the Playa del Muerto in Cotobro, Almuñécar yesterday evening. »

Looking Back: Gasp!

Tuesday, November 12, 2019
By Martin Myall
Looking Back: Gasp!

The Seaside Gazette has always been a satirical rag with plenty of tongue-in-cheek reporting and today’s Looking Back article is a prime example. In 2009 the main income of many town halls was still building licences but they were quickly drying up as the building sector contracted, unable to find credit from banks. We... »

Looking Back: Blue Zones

Friday, November 8, 2019
By Martin Myall
Looking Back: Blue Zones

You might think that Almuñécar's paseos have always been Blue Zones; paid parking , but as you will see from this Looking Back article, it all began 10 years ago. »

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