Monthly Archives: May 2017

Chiringuito Bunker Beach back open –

The chiringuito Bunker Beach on the southern beach of Sotogrande is back open again.

If You see a purple blob on the sand this Summer, Do Not Approach It!!! –

 The summertime means beach time. Many are ready to put on their bathing suits, smudge on some sunscreen and hit the water. 

Costa del Sol is the sunniest spot in Spain

The Costa del Sol in southern Spain enjoys an average of more than 320 sunny days each year, making it the sunniest place in Spain, a report by the national Meteorological Agency confirmed.

One in three adolescents in Spain is at risk of internet addicition

Madrid medics warn of dangers of Smartphone addiction. In Spain as in the rest of the western world there appears to be a widening generation gap regarding the use or misuse of communications technologies.

This weekend classic car rally in Sotogrande

A classic and luxury car event named the Sotogrande Gran Prix will set motoring buffs’ hearts racing this month. Cars registered between 1920 and 1965 from across Europe are expected visit the Sotogrande from May 26 and the drivers follow a route starting in Sevilla with a Cordoba stopover.

As Seville prepares to host its famous Feria de Abril, here is everything you need to know to enjoy all the fun of the fair. With Semana Santa out of the way, Seville is now gearing up for its legendary April fair, which gets underway on April 30th and runs until May 6th.

Spain demands Brexit brings end to Gibraltar’s ‘unfair competition’

A leaked report on Spain’s position regarding Brexit negotiations has revealed that Spain will demand an end to Gibraltar’s ‘privileged position’ that has “in practice turned it into a tax haven”.

Overshore gas storage plant caused hundreds of mini earthquakes across Spanish coast

Spain will not reopen a giant underwater gas storage facility in the Mediterranean because of the risk that it could trigger earthquakes if it resumes operations, the government said on Wednesday.

Nerja is the third town to introduce fines for ‘beach hoggers’

Nerja looks set to be the next town in the Axarquía to impose fines for ‘beach hoggers,’ according to a consultation document published by the town hall. ‘Beach hoggers’ would be fined 30 euros under the bylaw.
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