Tag Archive

Kayak Klean Up

By Vivienne Hughes

The Kayak Angling Clubs from Almuñécar and the Rincón de Gójar were busy one Sunday around the middle of September, cleaning up beaches and waters. »

Walls of Beach Debris

By Hugh MacArthur

We might not have had much rain over the weekend on the Costa Tropical, but there' has been in Almería, resulting in our beaches strewn with debris. »

The Bright Blue Invaders

By Martin Myall

Beachgoers on La Herradura beach had a surprise when several specimens of what appeared to be Portuguese Man'o'War were washed up, however, they were something quite different. »

Salobreña’s Reoccurring Stain

By Martin Myall

It was at the end of July last year that Salobreña was plagued by a floating streak of discoloured foam - well, it's been back. »

Biggest Beach Clean Up

By Louise Powell

Over 500 volunteers, amongst them 15 professional scuba divers and 40 snorkelers cleaned up the seabed off the eastern end of the Costa Tropical. »

Dead Shark on La Rábita Beach

By Martin Myall

A dead shark appeared on Monday on a beach in La Rábita, which is right down the eastern end of the Costa Tropical. »

Playa Patrol in Salobreña

By Louise Powell

Four articles in one day! You're all spoilt but we cannot miss out the Playa Patrol event in Salobreña this evening. »

New Demolition Order

By Martin Myall

Costas has still got its teeth into the sports facilities on La Herradura beach, seeking its demolition since May 2016. »

Park And Be Damned

By Martin Myall

No matter that Costas has been fining the paintwork off cars parked on the beach on Playa Granada - it’s the weekend and there’s nowhere else to park. »

The San Juan Aftermath

By Hugh MacArthur

Well, we don't know the figures for rubbish left on beaches after San Juan in Salobreña and Almuñécar, but for Motril we do. »

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