Tag Archive

Opposition To Pylon Invasion

By Martin Myall

The question is whether the local opposition to the overhead, HT-line project that criss-cross Valle de Lecrín is justified or not. »

Tourism Increase

By David Darby

With overnight stays up by 3.2% to 502,566. The average stay also increased to five days. All of which is up on the figures for 2017, which is pretty good as these figures don't include August, it's just up to the end of July. »

The Actress & The Village

By Martin Myall

There's a young, blonde, blue-eyed actress/model called Patricia Montero, who looks as Spanish as I look English, and she loves La Herradura. »

Vikings to The Rescue

By Martin Myall

(GIL) According to tourism forecasts, this winter on the Costa Tropical is going to be a bumper one, thanks to the growing influx of Nordic visitors. »

Politicians & Kayaks

By Martin Myall

A Junta bigwig for Economy & Employment, Juan José Martín Arcos, can be seen sitting in a canoe on La Herradura beach, part of a canoe-flotilla of local politicians. »

Salobreña Card

By Vivienne Hughes

The Salobreña association for traders and businesses (ACESA) has come up with a discount card, which has a double aim: stimulate purchases and support local businesses »

Who Are We?

By Martin Myall

The majority of the population on the Costa Tropical is found on the western side of the Costa Granadina, as it was long known. »

Almuñécar’s French Tourists

By Vivienne Hughes

There has been a 43% increase in the number of French visitors to Almuñécar during this August compared with the same month in 2014. Compared with August 2015, the increase is 26.5%, »

Salobreña’s New Website

By Vivienne Hughes

On the 21st of January, the Salobreña Town Hall launched the town's new tourism website: www.turismosalobrena.com. »

Motril Summer-Figures Evaluation

By Vivienne Hughes

This summer there has been an important rise in the number of visitors, compared with recent years, says the Vice Mayor, Alicia Crespo. »

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