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30,000 Discarded Cigarette Butts

By Martin Myall

Puerta del Mar, Marina del Este and Herradura beaches are cleaner thanks to volunteer work yesterday organised by Playa Patrol. »

Almuñécar Beaches Manned & Ready

By Martin Myall

Almuñécar and La Herradura have got their beaches sorted out and manned, thanks to a budget of 206,000 euros. The town’s new Councillor for Citizen Safety, Paco Robles, presented the 2019 campaign to the press, with its 31 lifeguards, four of whom are qualified to pilot rescue-craft (jet skis & RIBs). There is also a designated... »

Sticky Translucent Beachgoers

By Martin Myall

Almuñécar beaches have been invaded by mysterious, gelatine creatures - and no we're not talking about jellyfish or Granadinos. »

Pre-Easter Clean Ups

By Hugh MacArthur

Almuñécar has been busy tidying the beaches for Semana Santa, clearing away all the debris that the rivers have brought down. »

Beef over Beaches

By Martin Myall

OK, the title has nothing to do with a bovine presence of beaches but beef in the sense of a complaint or huff: Almuñécar is not happy with the Junta over beach concessions. »

Drownings 20% Up

By Hugh MacArthur

Up to the 1st of August a total of 264 people had drowned in Spain; that's 20% up on 2015, according to the Federación Española de Salvamento y Socorrismo. »

Money for Beach Regeneration

By Vivienne Hughes

The Central Government has announced that it will be dedicating 250,000 euros to the regeneration of the deteriorated beaches along the Costa Tropical. »

Storm Damage Evaluated

By Hugh MacArthur

The Almuñécar Town Hall has been out evaluating the storm damage caused to its coastline on Sunday the 1st of November. »

Volunteers Help Clean up Beaches

By Martin Myall

Volunteers in Salobreña have been giving a lesson in civic spirit by selflessly using the spare time to clear debris from the beaches. »

Cleaning up the Debris

By Hugh MacArthur

The Mayor of Almuñécar has called out the Almuñécar high-sea fleet to help clean up the debris washed up on the beaches after the rains. »

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