Thirty years ago the Spanish didn’t do Halloween but after decades of the event being explained in school English classes, it’s here to stay.
The provincial Málaga law court has overturned the sacking of Antonio Garrido Luque, curator of the Cueva de Nerja. The curator, archeologist by profession, had been fired on the 15th of June 2013.
The Nerja Policía Local have assisted municipal cleaning services in the dismantlement of illegal settlements near Maro.
A woman was injured when she fell overboard from a zodiac dingy and was hit by a propeller blade, giving her a 10-cm gash to her leg.
Alerted by the cultural association La Volaera, the Nerja Town Hall is taking action against a local farmer for alleged illegal dumping. The Acueducto del Águila is a Bien de Interés Cultural (cultural heritage site).
Do you remember the competition by the private TV channel, Antena 3, to decide on Spain’s Nº1 beach? Well Maro came Second! Yes out of all the beaches in Spain, which is a peninsular, don’t forget, Maro obtained 57,299 votes, which was barely 3,000 fewer than the winner.
The Local Council for Maro has approved a pavement between the western roundabout up to Calle Nueva.
The owners of three cars parked in the Nerja Caves car park had an unpleasant surprise; a bus driver backed into them.
Maro Beach has been classified as the best in Andalucia, thanks to online votes in competition carried out by the national TV channel, Antena 3.
The Ayuntamiento de Nerja has made a request to the Consejería de Hacienda y Administración Pública for the casa de peones camineros in Maro to be handed over for municipal use.