Enjoy tapas with a medieval theme for just €2 with a drink until November 6th Have you had enough of tapas yet? Of course not, there’s always room for one more and Guardamar del Segura has its own tapas route on until November 6th, one with a medieval twist. The event is promoting the municipality’s medieval heritage and this is supposed to be reflected in the dishes on offer. There are 20 different bars and restaurants, each offering a different tapa (see flyer below). These are all available for €2, including a beer, wine or soft drink. You can also get a free tapa and a drink in exchange for one of the limited number of ‘Conoce Guardamar (Get to know Guardamar) vouchers, which can be obtained from any of the seven participating local shops (see other flyer below) on request, while stocks last. Collect stamps on a flyer from six different places to vote for your favourite tapa and you could win one of six €50 vouchers to spend in local shops. The flyer also has some interesting information about local history but the translation is a bit iffy so we’ve taken the liberty of including our own version below: Guardamar has its roots in the Middle Ages, since it was founded by King Alfonso the 10th. Over the course of the 14th century it grew in importance...Read More
Day: October 18, 2016
Course meets big demand for new recruits Torrevieja hosted a basic training course in Civil Protection for 36 people at the weekend, who want to become volunteers for the service in Torrevieja, Pilar de la Horadada, Rojales and Almoradí. It was organised by Torrevieja Town Hall because there has been a big demand for new members of the local volunteers’ group. The students will earn the status of Civil Protection Volunteers after completing 40 hours of written and practical exercises in the Real Club Náutico and the Fire Station respectively. On October 22nd and 23rd they will take the modules dealing with fires and search and rescue. Mayor José Manuel Dolón praised the work of the Torrevieja group and their huge generosity for giving up their free time and making such an effort in the service of others. Councillor Javier Manzanares thanked them for the help they give at many events, their commitment day and night and their help for the Local Police. On the first day of the course the students took modules in planning for emergencies and psychology, while the last two days will be dedicated to first aid, emergency management and...Read More
The team have earned their second tournament victory in as many weeks Torrevieja Rhythmic Gymnastics Club participated in the provincial phase of the Championship of Spain infants’ category at the Pabellón de Montemar in Alicante on October 8th, and they were proclaimed champions. The team members, Ana Vera, Blanca Tomás, Carla Pérez, Olga Pérez, Patricia Gallardo and Camila Martínez, are trained by Mari Carmen Moreno, Amaya Sánchez, Ani Coral and María Montero. They took on an extremely difficult routine which earned them the gold medal and great praise from the coaches and judges. This same team were also proclaimed champions last weekend at another tournament in Puente Tocinos, where they competed against teams from Castilla-La Mancha and the Valencian...Read More
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