Police clarify that the rumour spread on social media to encourage passersby to rescue dogs in danger is in fact a hoax.
Fears that tourism sector would be damaged by new regulations for holiday accommodation appear to have been groundless. An average of about 1,000 properties are being registered each month in the Malaga province as rental properties.
Surprisingly no customers or anyone else nearby was injured at the time of the event.
Catching a glimpse of the Iberian mountain goat in its natural environment fascinates many visitors to Nerja. One campaigner through his art is promoting to keep it that way.
Burriana Playa restaurants and bars are all set for Summer business after permission granted by town hall.
‘Improvements’ are in progress to the airport’s drop off point in order to avoid future disruptions.
The Nerja caves museum, with its fascinating history of Nerja’s past civilizations and the wonderful caves themselves, has managed to beat its records again reaching over 52’000 visitors
Although winter supposedly started late December on the costas in theory, it’s hard to believe that when tourists are seen enjoying swimming in the sea, sunbathing and devouring ice creams on the Balcon de Europa! However all that changed overnight when the cold snap hit Nerja on Wednesday.
A well received presentation of the popular book – The sugar industry in Nerja and Maro. The preindustrial ingenuities (“La industria azucarera en Nerja y Maro (I). Los ingenios preindustriales )
They have asked the city council to completely disinfect the city, since the bad image is affecting businesses.