The regional government has spent two million euro on improvements to the beaches of the Costa Blanca this summer. The investment has seen the installation of a 100 changing rooms, 48 playgrounds, 12 accessible bathing areas, six technological palms and 10 kilometres of fencing. The changing rooms have been installed across the region with 37 in the Valencia province, 31 in Castellon and 32 across Alicante. The technological palm trees are devices that allow for recharging of mobile phones and provide publicity opportunities for the tourism department. Some of the local beaches which have seen the investment include Torrevieja,...Read More
Day: August 14, 2018
Although it might be a spectacle known the world over, the Nit de l’Alba in Elche never ends without injuries and this year it includes a 5-year-old girl The fireworks of the Nit de l’Alba in Elche, held in honour of its patron saint, the Virgin of the Assumption, ended with a total of 38 people being attended to for injuries sustained on the night, including a 5-year-old girl who was hit in the head by a falling rocket. The child was required anaesthesia to be treated at General University Hospital of Elche, before being transferred to the paediatric...Read More
The Department of Animal Protection from Torrevieja town hall has launched a summer campaign to raise awareness amongst children of the importance of adoption and sterilisation of domestic animals The councillor for Animal Protection, Carmen Morate, accompanied by Patricia Tarín Carrasco, volunteer of the municipal animal pound, have organised educational talks in the summer schools that are being held in the municipality. In her last visit, the councillor explained to the students of the Salvador Ruso Public School how they should act in the case of adopting a cat or a dog. Morate has insisted on the benefits of...Read More
Make sure you register for this guided walk at the La Mata Natural Park There will be a three-kilometre guided walk around the blue lake within the Natural Park of the Torrevieja and La Mata Lagoons on Thursday 23 August. The walk is not difficult, and participants will be able to study their local surroundings and then watch the sun setting in this beautiful location. The event is free and has been organised by the town hall. Registration is essential, as places are limited and will be allotted on a first-come first-served basis. To register, send an email to...Read More
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