Nerja Council has approved the contracting of an ‘Economic Feasibility Study’ for the construction and operation of a new restaurant to be built on the famous Calahonda beach. Detailed requirements will be made available for relevant businesses to place a bid to acquire the rights to build and operate a restaurant on the popular beauty spot. Calahonda beach used to …
A gloriously warm, if not hot at times, spring Sunday and quite a few people heading for the various beaches.
A dead dolphin appeared on Calahonda beach on Wednesday morning and after examination by an environmental health unit it was removed by CREMA (Centre for the Recovery of Endangered Marine Species) for further examination.
It is still not possible to walk beneath the Balcón de Europa from Calahonda beach to La Caletilla beach as work is still continuing to repair the problems of falling debris which occurred at the end of September.
The main theory for the slab of temporary concrete in calle El Barrio is that it will be used at some time to house a crane or other piece of equipment equipped with stabilisers in order to prevent damage to the area.
There was a group of workmen fiddling with the ornamental lighting on Calahonda beach during the day as well as appearing to hold a meeting on top of the big rock at the end of the beach.
Today started off with a light wind, then it calmed down before become very strong and blustery. The red flags were fluttering on the beaches for most of the day, even though at times the sea was relatively calm.
Work has started on the installation of ornamental and special lighting at the back of Calahonda beach and the interesting piece of graffiti, a sort of Ché Chimp’, which appeared a couple of weeks ago has been painted over.
The local government team has approved the awarding of the contract to improve the lighting on Calahonda beach and the installation of ornamental lighting to light up the cliffs at night.
A very clear and calm sea early this morning and down on Calahonda beach the fisherment were sorting out their huge nets after their labours at sea.