Spanish Police Ignore Packed Restaurant

Spanish Police Ignore Packed Restaurant

Restaurante Plaza- police alledgedly ignored social distancing for the mayors friend!. image, Google Earth Street View Spanish police were called out to a restaurant when passers-by noticed it was rammed full of customers- so much for “social distancing”! one local said. The restaurant, situated in the sleepy village of Benalmadena Pueblo, Malaga, Spain, was reported […]

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Malaga Local Police intensifies control of football pitches. Matches cannot be held. – Costa del Sol

Malaga Local Police intensifies control of football pitches. Matches cannot be held. – Costa del Sol

Football matches still banned for non-professionals The Malaga City Council reiterates the instruction to the area since only professional competitions are allowed Due to the pandemic, only professional matches are allowed at this time. Other clubs can only train and must also do so in compliance with certain safety regulations. For this reason, the Malaga City Council has […]

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Malaga Hospital Is Now Free Of Coronavirus Patients

Malaga Hospital Is Now Free Of Coronavirus Patients

The Hospital Clinico In Malaga on the Costa del Sol is free of COVID patients for the first time since March. CREDIT: Twitter The Hospital Clinico Universitario Virgen de la Victoria in Malaga is free of patients hospitalized for Covid-19 for the first time since the beginning of March when the facility began to attend […]

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Landlords Reluctant to Drop Rental Prices on Spain

Landlords Reluctant to Drop Rental Prices on Spain

The Costa del Sol in Spain is still experiencing a massive drop in tourists visiting what was once Europes favourite holiday destination. There was much excitement recently as the EU and the UK agreed to scrap the so-called “air bridges” that we’re going to apparently assure the safety of travellers between “green zones” across the […]

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Wake Up and Smell the Chocolate – Costa del Sol News Article

Wake Up and Smell the Chocolate – Costa del Sol News

The Stanhopea trigrina in bloom Credit: Estepona Council THE Estepona Council created and controls the Orquidario Botanical Park in the centre of the town and has now reported that its Stanhopea triggering orchid from Mexico has flowered and its main characteristic is the chocolate-like aroma. This is a rare bloom to have in a collection […]

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Remembering a Very Special Costa del Sol Figure – Costa del Sol News Article

Remembering a Very Special Costa del Sol Figure – Costa del Sol News Article

Tom Burns recalls his friend Stephen Brooksbank Credit: EWN Media Group STEPHEN BROOKSBANK was a special person who was known as a caring and committed Christian who was recognised for his dedication to helping others whenever he could and the fact that he didn’t see obstacles just solutions. He passed away quite suddenly at the […]

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Flight & Hotel Bookings to Spain’s Costa del Sol Surge Boosting Tourism Recovery – Costa del Sol News Article

Flight & Hotel Bookings to Spain’s Costa del Sol Surge Boosting Tourism Recovery – Costa del Sol News Article

Flight and hotel bookings to Costa del Sol shoot up. CREDIT: Shutterstock FLIGHT and hotel bookings to Spain’s Costa del Sol have surged in the past week alone providing a boost to the tourism sector, according to the Costa del Sol’s Association of Hotel Entrepreneurs (Aehcos). “Flight bookings to the Costa del Sol have increased […]

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Another Top 25 Costa del Sol Hotels Reopen Doors to Tourists from July – Spain News  Article

Another Top 25 Costa del Sol Hotels Reopen Doors to Tourists from July – Spain News Article

Several of Melia’s hotels across the Costa del Sol will reopen this month. CREDIT: meliahotelsinternational.com Another top 25 hotels on the Costa del Sol will reopen their doors to tourists this month in July, after being closed since mid-March. That means approximately 84 hotel establishments in total will be open to tourists in the province of Malaga. […]

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A New President for Lions Club on Spain’s Costa del Sol – Costa del Sol News Article

A New President for Lions Club on Spain’s Costa del Sol – Costa del Sol News Article

Graham Rutland outside the Charity shop Credit: EWN Media Group THERE is little doubt that one of the most active Lion Clubs on the Costa del Sol is that which was founded in La Cala de Mijas in 1998. It’s an English language group which knows no barriers to good deeds and is committed to […]

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