Bathers were pleased during the summer about the absence of jellyfish along Costa Tropical. Yesterday, however, things changed.
There was an interesting article in the Ideal newspaper by Rebeca Alcántara on the amount of microplastic particles in the water off Playa Azucenas in Motril.
It was a beachgoer on Playa San Cristóbal in Almuñécar who found hundreds of dead fish, washed up onto the shore yesterday.
Anybody that has used the N-340 parking area in order to take the bus down to Playa Cantarriján will be pleased with its new, fully tarmacked, look.
The Guardia Civil recovered the body of a man around 50-years old from the sea just off Playa de Cagailla, which lies between Salobreña and Motril.
While Salobreña started their San Juan fiesta yesterday – it’s the patron saint there – Almuñécar and La Herradura start theirs tonight.