There’s one particularly narrow street in the Albaicin of Granada that has snared unwary tourist cars, relying too much on GPS navigators.
The Policía Nacional are trying to find an 81-year-old American tourist who was last seen on Wednesday whilst visiting the Alhambra.
When it isn’t Jordanian Air Force personnel, it’s Swiss tourists that think that their scratched-on initials are more decorative than the original walls with exquisite Islamic calligraphy adornment. Is nothing sacred?
Tragic news was reported on the 21st of July, when an English tourist drowned off Playa Granada, owing to intense stomach cramp brought on by bathing to soon after having eaten.
Breaking news! The latest stroke of brilliance from the Town Hall is as follows: in future, all tourists will be charged for parking along the beach area. Now, ‘Tourists’ are to be defined, apparently, as non-residents of Salobreña. How this is going to be applied in practice is yet to be announced.
Beaches … what beaches? As the Easter holidays approach, the Town Hall has suddenly realised that they are going to get a whole bunch of tourists into the area but the beaches in the area, especially in Playa Granada/golf course, aren’t there any more!
Nasty little gits have vandalised the electronic, Tourist-Information panels (infoterminales).