Work on another country lane in Almuñécar/Herradura has concluded: the road leading to the Pago de Guerra via the old rubbish dump above Cotobro.
José Luis Rodíguez Passolas was a powerful man in Almuñécar, without whose signature not one brick was laid in the municipality. But that’s history.
Almuñécar firemen had their work cut out for them putting out a blazing car on Calle Tenis in Cotobro.
A Welsh yachtsman has been sentenced to three years’ imprisonment after having been caught with 1.8 metric tones of hashish on board.
Work is being carried out on the concrete path around to Playa El Muerto, between Cotobro and Marina del Este, Alumñécar.
The Almuñécar Maintenance boys must be getting blisters because they have also been tidying up the access to the old Roman Bridge in Cotobro.
A people-carrier-type car (monovolumen) caught on fire and was completed burn out, thanks to a fire under the bonnet; nobody was hurt.
A dead dolphin was washed up on Almuñécar’s Playa del Muerto (Deadman’s Beach) yesterday afternoon, Wednesday the 25th September.
What about a little used beach dedicated to mutts? Well that’s what the Almuñécar IU is proposing and perhaps it will have quite a few in favour.
The gale-beaten beaches of Costa Tropical will have 100,000 euros spent on them to bring them up to scratch for the summer, says the Central Government through the Ministry for the Environment.