The beach libraries – biblioplayas – on Torrecilla and Burriana beaches are now in their tenth year providing books, magazines and newspapers in various languages and even toys for the kids. A valid id of some sort is all you need to take advantage of the libraries which are open continuously from 11:30 to 19:30.
Burriana and Torrecilla beaches will once again be flying the ‘Q’ for Quality flags this summer with an awards ceremony planned for June 5th. In total, nine beaches on the Costa del Sol have been awarded ‘Q’ flags based upon criteria such as equipment, cleanliness, safety, lifesaving and information or services that benefit the tourist.
The Council has approved the conditions relating to the tender process for the proposed underground parking facility for Burriana beach and these will now be on public display to be used by prospective bidders.
Preliminary work is being carried out in preparation for the eventual construction of the fourth underground car park in Nerja at Burriana beach.
The Nerja Councillor for Infrastructure, José Alberto Tomé, has confirmed that the Secretary of State for Trade and Tourism has given the green light to funding of the proposed underground car park near Burriana beach.
In Castellón, a man in his forties died after the roof of a building collapsed during a storm. The man and a woman companion had taken shelter in a Red Cross storage hut on Arenal beach in Burriana.
Torrecilla and Burriana beaches both have ‘library’ facilities once again for the summer season as well as other activities for the kids.
Last Sunday, May 24th, Burriana beach was the scene of the provincial women’s beach volleyball championships 2008/2009.
A bit cloudy today, but not bad. Long walk time, virtually from Torrecilla to Burriana – and back, ‘cardiac hill’ and all, catch up with what is going on all over the place. No less than four timeshare scratchcard/survey merchants on the Balcón de Europa today, hasn’t been that many for years! Still very smelly down calle Carabeo with the …