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Let Donald Explain This One

By Martin Myall

Bathers were pleased during the summer about the absence of jellyfish along Costa Tropical. Yesterday, however, things changed. »

Anything to Declare?

By Vivienne Hughes

A gimmick this August in Almuñécar is the Aduana SOStenible, which is a play on words, but basically means Sustainable Customs. »

The History of Blue Zones

By Martin Myall

(DID 00) Today's article takes a look at how the Blue-Zone, parking system slowly grew along Almuñécar streets... and not without opposition. »

Anemones Poachers Caught

By Vivienne Hughes

Three snorkel divers were caught poaching protected species off an Almuñécar beach yesterday by the Guardia Civil. »

Mercedes Visit Almuñécar/Herradura

By Louise Powell

The Club Mercedes Andalucía will be passing through Almuñécar and La Herradura tomorrow with 30 of its classic cars. »

Looking Back: Underground Parking

By Martin Myall

Today's retrospective glance takes us back to May 2009 when both beach thoroughfares remained completely hampered by the stalled underground parking projects. »

March Beach Clean Up

By Gazette Reader

The March the 23rd, Spring Clean The Beach is only two weeks away and the Ocean Ambassadors are busy signing up Team Captains and Volunteers. »

Windy Day, Busy Fire Service

By Vivienne Hughes

The Almuñécar fire service was called out to clear a fallen tree from the road that passes through Torrecuevas in Almuñécar. »

San Cristóbal Railings

By Hugh MacArthur

If you have been along the San Cristóbal beach road in Almuñécar you will have seen that municipal workmen have been busy erecting railings. »

Almuñécar Medieval Market

By Martin Myall

The Medieval Market on the Paseo de San Cristóbal in Almuñécar is up and running and will be until Sunday midday. »

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