The Nerja Museum has had its best summer to date, much of this due to the introduction of the Cuevatren which reportedly carried around 10,500 people during July and August.
The Alhambra in Granada registered its best year to date regarding the number of visitors to this historic site, up 4% on 2013.
The Nerja Caves received a total of 8,684 visitors over the Easter period, an increase of 34% over 2013.
Quite a few different talking points in recent days, or even weeks. While queuing in the post office, a discussion began about Christmas decorations and before long there were quite a few people chipping in, all Spanish – well, the queues are so long at the moment, it’s a good way to pass the hours for anyone who forgot to …
Over 20,000 people visited the Isla Magica theme park in Sevilla at the weekend for the Halloween Weekend Party, setting new records for attendance. In addition, around 80% of visitors turned up suitably ghoulishly dressed.
According to the Council, over 4,000 people took the opportunity to see or have their photograph taken with the World Cup on Tuesday. Quite a few of the visitors came from neighbouring areas, particularly Torrox.
The number of visitors to the Nerja Caves during Easter was up by 29.77% compared to last year with 14,345 people visiting the site.
The Council statisticians have been working overtime to bring us the news that 834 people visited the Tourist Office during the ‘puente’ with 559 of them being Spanish and with the busiest day being Monday December 6th with 216 visitors.
The number of direct flights between Málaga and the Scandinavian countries is on the increase, with over one hundred now in operation. In the first quarter of 2010, the number of visitors from Sweden has increased by 20% when compared to 2009.
The number of visitors to the Nerja Caves fell by 4% during 2009 to 390,000. As many national monuments suffered double figure decreases, these results are being considered as ‘not bad’ under the circumstances.