Peru’s National Ballet company is performing a version of Swan Lake by malagueño choreographer Fernando Hurtado, whose dance company has been based in Nerja since 2006 following a collaboration agreement made with the Town Hall.
Málaga Council has approved a motion by the PSOE for institutional dialogue between Nerja Council, the Association of Municipalities of the Axarquia and the Junta de Andalucía to promote the inclusion of the Nerja Caves as part of the application to UNESCO relating to World Heritage Sites.
Plenty of interest in Nerja by the TV companies at the moment. On Friday, a crew from TVE’s Comando Actualidad programme were in town to record scenes on the Balcón de Europa, on various beaches and inside the Nerja Caves.
The plenary session of the Nerja Caves Foundation has approved a motion by the Mayor of Nerja and senior vice-president of the Nerja Caves Foundation, José Alberto Armijo, for the Nerja Caves to be included in the World Heritage of Patrimony.
The plenary session of the Nerja Caves Foundation has approved the audit of the accounts for 2012, with a small surplus of €36,057.71. In 2011, the Foundation registered a loss of €193,164.20.
The tropical garden in the grounds of the Nerja Caves has been refreshed with new plants and students from the Centro Específico de Educación Especial Santa Rosa de Lima in Málaga have made the identification labels. The tropical garden was opened on November 13th 1997.
A group of Latin American journalists have been amongst those taking advantage of the ‘out of hours’ guided tours being offered by the Nerja Caves up until the end of June.
The Nerja Caves was represented at the International Tourism, Art and Culture Fair of Latin America and Europe (Euroal), which took place in Torremolinos from June 6th to 8th. Attending the event were more than 2,500 professionals accredited to 39 international business organisations and institutional delegations.
Following an extraordinary meeting of the board of the Nerja Caves Foundation, the Curator of the Foundation has been dismissed for manipulating information with the obvious intention of causing harm to the image and prestige of the institution.
The plenary session of the Nerja Caves Foundation has decided to close the metal gallery stand in the Sala de la Cascada with the idea of permanently removing it in the near future. However, as with most things, this is not a straightforward procedure.