Day: May 18, 2016

Zombies to invade San Fulgencio on May 28th

Run for your life or play the living dead in this live action all night game A hoard of the living dead will terrorize San Fulgencio on the night of Saturday, May 28th. This disastrous event will take place from 11pm, but is really a game called ‘Last Day Zombie’, which will involve more than 400 people, including players, actors and organisers. The game is not a competition as the only aim is to survive. During the night the participants, divided into zombies and survivors, will run around the main streets of San Fulgencio, including ‘invasions’ of different buildings and public spaces. The players must try to survive the whole night by passing a series of tests, until they can be evacuated. The first one to finish all the tests and arrive will be evacuated, making them the winner. That night, the streets will become the scene of races, chases and searches for clues, when the adrenaline pumps as fast as the ‘virus’ which the participants must avoid catching so they do not turn into zombies. There will be 15 to 20 tests to overcome during the night and the survivors who reach the end of the game having completed them all will win. The objective is not to be caught by the zombies and to find the vaccines that will help them survive. Last Day Zombie has already...

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Free visits to Torrevieja’s Floating Museums this weekend

See a submarine, a historic schooner and a customs patrol boat To mark International Museums Day, which ha been celebrated every May 18th since 1977, the Torrevieja Municipal Culture Institute is offering residents and visitors free entry to the town’s floating museums. The Albatross Patrol Boat, the Delfin S-61 submarine and the Pascual Flores ship can be visited at no cost on Saturday the 20th and Sunday the 21st of...

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Videogaming weekend in Almoradí

Play, compete and hear from the experts this Friday and Saturday The Pabellón Venancio Costa in Almoradí will host the municipality’s fifth LAN (Local Area Network) Party this weekend, Friday the 20th and Saturday the 21st of May. Videogames on PCs and consoles are the focus of this event, where participants can play, compete, win prizes and free gift, and hear informative talks from experts. On Friday evening, visitors can play the latest games for free on all types of consoles and PCs. Then on the Saturday evening, right through until Sunday morning, about 100 young people will participate in the Campus Party competition. The organiser, Marvi García said that to register for the LAN party enter your name and telephone number on the website www.logrodesbloqueado.com On the Saturday evening there will also be a couple of talks about the technology sector. The first will be at 8pm about 3D printing and the second will be about the Warcraft game...

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Anyone for tennis?

Players of all ages can compete in the Torrevieja Sports City Championship in June Torrevieja Tennis Club and the Town Hall are putting on the first Torrevieja Sports City Championship from June 3rd-12th at the Ciudad Deportiva sports complex. Councillor Pablo Samper said it is intended to encourage people to play tennis and everyone can compete in one of the different age categories, which range from children right up to veterans, in both male and female. He said he hopes that lots of people will take part because many people like tennis in Torrevieja and there are great facilities to house events like this. Registration costs €10 per person which can be paid into the bank account of the Club de Tenis Torrevieja (see the poster above) and send a copy of the receipt by email to [email protected] There will be trophies for the finalists. “Tennis takes a lot of effort, work and concentration but at the same time can be a lot of fun and dynamic,” added Samper, noting “The event is being organised by a club with a great history in our town and we are also lucky to have two promising great tennis players like Eva Guerrero and Nicola Kuhn as role models for many young...

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Women’s Cycling Grand Prix in Almoradí on Saturday

This new event will race through Algorfa and Benejúzar The first Bicicosta Cycling Grand Prix will begin on Saturday, May 21st and the start and finish of the first stage will be Las Maromas industrial estate in Almoradí. The president of the Almoradí Cycling Club, María Cruz Pérez explained it will follow a 40 kilometre course through Algorfa and Benejúzar along the CV-91 and CV-92. There will be two different races, the first of which is 40km and will set off at 4pm from Calle Portugal and is only for the Cadete age group (15-16). When this finishes there will be a second race of 80km for Under 23s and of 60km for Juniors (17-18). Miguel Mora of the Valencian Cycling Federation said they want to promote women’s competitions at the same level as men’s, noting that this is the first of its kind in the province since 1992. Almoradí cyclist Melisa Gomis, who currently holds the yellow jersey in the Copa España in the Cadete category, said she will be taking part and is not nervous to be competing in her home town but feels the responsibility of having many people she knows among the spectators. Councillor Ana Andreu thanked the organisers for putting on this women’s race in the municipality. The race can also be followed on Twitter with the hashtag...

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