Motril is taking no chances today with their swimming competition as far as jellyfish are concerned because they have the ‘minesweeper’ out!
This year’s annual across-the-bay swimming competition held in La Herradura was won by Alberto Esquitino (Club Natación Churriana).
This Sunday sees the across-the-bay swimming competition in La Herradura; The XXVI Travesía a Nado de la Bahía herradureña.
The 87th annual swim across Motril Port took place on the Saturday the 16th. It is the second oldest race of this kind in Spain.
Tomorrow, the 16th of August, is the 17th annual across-the-bay swimming competition, which will be held on Playa Burriana, Nerja.
Sunday saw the second annual ‘across-the-bay’ swimming competition as part of the Virgen del Carmen fiestas in Salobreña.
La Herradura finally held its swimming competition with 80 swimmers taking part. Estela Orozco and Marcos Álvarez took the women’s and men’s first places, respectively. There were prizes for the kiddies and veteran swimmers, Ángel Galdo, was handed a plaque.
A 56-year-old man of British nationality had suffered a small accident when coming in to land on La Herradura beach. Fortunately, he was not seriously injured, despite the 4-metre drop when the parachute partially collapsed.