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Day: July 13, 2018

Torrevieja’s Quirónsalud Hospital Receives Major International Recognition for Its Patient Care

The Quirónsalud Hospital in Torrevieja is one of the most advanced on a national level When talking about great beaches, cheap holiday destinations, paella and horchata, the Valencia Region is always the first place that springs to mind, but over the last few years, this area has fast become known as a national reference for being home to the best hospitals and excellent patient treatment. While treating thousands of people from the region itself, there has recently been a growing trend for people outside of the region and even from abroad to seek medical attention here as well. With...

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Flamenco Fever in the Pueblo Latino Tonight

We’re certain this will be a spectacular show in the Pueblo Latino It’s always great when you stumble across a free event or performance when you didn’t know it was taking place, but even better when you know what’s happening in your local area and plan for a fun-filled night that doesn’t disappoint. And many of the events organised by local town halls and associations are always a delight to watch, especially when they involve local traditions and culture. Tonight, if you’re in the Torre de la Horadada area of the Pueblo Latino, make sure to pass by the...

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Let’s Zumba for Charity in Torre de la Horadada

Let’s Zumba the night away in Torre de la Horadada Ahhhh this V Charity Zumba Meeting looks like it’s going to be a fun event – albeit a hot and sweaty one – so who’s up for some group Zumba all for a good cause? On Saturday evening, the Fitness Club El Pilar, with the backing of the town hall, has organised a free Zumba meeting to raise money for charity. The two charities that will benefit from this hot event are Cáritas and the animal shelter Caminando con Ellos. To participate all it will cost you is a...

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Celebrating the saviour of the sea

Virgen del Carmen fiestas in Torrevieja this weekend Torrevieja is deeply linked to the sea by its traditional fishing industry and so its patron saint is the Virgen del Carmen, guardian of fishermen (and women), amongst other things. This is why the celebrations for these fiestas have a distinct nautical bent, including a procession with the statue of the Virgen which involves her being taken aboard one of the local fishing boats and taken for a jib around the harbour. The celebrations start this Saturday July the 14th and end on Monday the 16th. Here is the programme: Saturday...

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HELP Vega Baja Connections Team offers support

Don’t despair if you’re feeling lonely, sometimes we all need someone to talk to The 1st of July saw the start of a new support service offered by established local charity, HELP Vega Baja.  The charity launched their new Connection Team – trained volunteers available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to listen when you need someone to talk to.  The team will offer advice and guidance where needed and continue to support you if you feel this will help. With many years’ experience in this type of role, the volunteers have been busy not only preparing...

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