Tag Archive for Almuñécar

Wobbly Weeds

A 42-year-old fruit farmer from Almuñécar was nabbed by the Guardia Civil for being too experimental with his crops –

It’s Here

For Almuñécar the road-borne misery is over… or is it? This summer, the Taramay roundabout could be very congested, with cars coming off the autovía to join the N-340 and meeting heavy traffic coming from Salobreña – normally in the form of tailbacks.

Velilla Rebels

On the day that the autovía was inaugurated, there were a couple of dozen residents of Velilla protesting on the Taramay roundabout – they were not pleased and

Chiringuitos Saved but Struggling

The province’s chiringuitos, amongst them the ones in Almuñécar, had a difficult time during July, with most of them reporting lower takings than July of last year – 18%, but they are confident that August will be another story.

Blue Zone Misery

Oh, the bloody Blue Zones – what a headache! The latest outgrowth of the dreaded Zona Azul is planned for the return road behind San Cristóbal, fulminating in one foul swoop all the free parking. The

EBAR Ends Stink

Do you know what the EBAR is? It means Estación de Bomba de Aguas Residuales; in other words, sewage pumping station. Well, the blockhouse affair right next to Las Góndolas is precisely that.

Justo and his Cross

I saw the blighter, walking through the Taramay tunnel, as I was coming back from the inauguration of the autovia. Wha

Political Bickering

PP claim they prevented the PSOE, IU and the PA from taking out a lawsuit against members of the Velilla and San Cristóbal