Theresa May penned the letter, titled “Prime Minister Theresa May’s message to UK nationals living in Europe”, on December 19. In it, May confirmed that one of her priorities had always been to secure the status of Brits living abroad in Europe, noting that the referendum result had “caused considerable anxiety” for many British families. […]
A lorry driver died yesterday after his truck crashed the barrier on the La cala bend and onto the beach. the lorry left the road at the notorious blackspot exit 202 yesterday afternoon. Firefighter and ambulance crew released the driver but later confirmed he had died.
3rd November 2017 was the start of Tapas Erotica, the town of Fuengirola kicked off the 9th edition of the “Ruta de la Tapa Erótica” (Erotic Tapas Route), a simple and original idea which, since the first edition, has become a reference all over Spain. Up until the 19th November, visitors to Fuengirola will be able to […]
OFFICIALS have issued a warning after a number of thefts and pickpockets were reported in Malaga Airport. Travellers have been reminded to keep an eye on their belongings at all times, as some claimed they were pickpocketed after going through security checkpoints. With a busy Christmas season expected, officials hope the warning will prompt passengers […]
THE fallout from the illegal independence referendum in Cataluña has prompted the owners of the San Miguel beer brand to temporarily change its headquarters to Malaga. Cervezas San Miguel SLU´s board of directors stated that it needs to ensure maximum legal certainty for the company. They have 11 breweries in various autonomous communities across Spain […]
SUN-WORSHIPPERS IN SPAIN are set to enjoy another sizzling weekend as Spain’s Indian summer goes on. Cloudless skies with temperatures rising up to 10°C above the monthly average for October are forecast on Saturday and Sunday, when the mercury is expected to hit 30-35°C across much of the country. An official from State Weather Agency […]
SUPPORTERS of a unified Spain are planning a rally in Madrid following last weekend’s illegal referendum for Catalonian independence that turned violent as police tried to stop the voting. A demonstration is planned in Spain’s capital city and supporters are also calling for a similar rally in Cataluña’s capital Barcelona. Spain’s government representative in Cataluña, […]
Sun lovers and beachgoers on the Costa del Sol are set to enjoy a mini Indian summer. The hot, dry wind known locally as the terral is set to sweep Malaga province (Friday) with the mercury forecast to rise to a sizzling 35°C. State weather agency AEMET has revealed that the unseasonal blast of heat will […]
HUNDREDS of people have been bitten by tiger mosquitoes in Malaga City. Houses and urbanisations surrounding the Guadalhorce River have been plagued by the potentially deadly species of mosquito for some time but now the blood-sucking pest is spreading to areas further afield. Health centres in the city have treated hundreds of patients for bites […]
TRAVEL chaos in Spain could be avoided at the last-minute after a deal ‘in principle’ has been agreed between the workers’ unions and the airport operator Aena and air navigation manager Enaire. The parties are due to sit down together again this afternoon (26 September) to sign the deal which must then be ratified by […]
Málaga Fashion Week is a set of shows bringing the emblematic Larios Street on the fashion limelight. The main thoroughfare in town is home to the longest – 300 metres – catwalk in Europe, where well-established and new designers come to show their latest projects and collections. The event makes a great opportunity to show […]
SPAIN’S weather agency AEMET has issued an orange warning in Malaga for today. The whole province, including the Costa del Sol, is expected to see heavy downpours of rain and storms. The notice will be active from three in the morning until six in the afternoon. The Costa del Sol and Guadalhorce can expect to […]
18 – 20 August in La Cala -Birra & Art is the opportunity to taste the best craft beers from southern Spain and so much more! Gastronomy, art and live music everyday to enjoy with your friends and family. Don’t miss the greatest Craft Beer Summer Festival in Mijas
TRADITIONAL FLAMENCO DANCE SHOW Sundown Sounds tomorrow ( Thursday 10th August ) at 9pm Venue – The plaza in front of the La Cala de Mijas town hall. Be sure to arrive in plenty of time as this is a very popular show and attracts 100s to watch it.
SCORCHIO! Europe heatwave sparks weather warnings to Brit tourists as countries from Spain and Italy to Croatia are hit with 43C temperatures Scorching temperatures are sweeping across the Mediterranean and the Adriatic sending the mercury soaring in a number of holiday hotspots. BRITS bound for the continent to enjoy their summer break are set to […]
Tomorrow Night at Sundown Sounds we have an extra special treat when Roly Sax will be performing before Voulez Vous take to the famous Plaza stage with their highly acclaimed ABBA tribute show. So tomorrow only ( Thursday 3 August ) the music starts at 8.50pm at the square in front of the Municipal office opposite […]
Miramar shopping centre in Fuengirola was in panic when an explosion in a kitchen inside the Miramar shopping centre in Fuengirola. A loud bang was heard in the ‘Cien Pizzitas’ kitchen when one of their fryers caught fire, causing customers and workers alike to flee the building, with many leaving their cars behind. The lack […]
BEWARE – La Cala – The speed cameras are back up. One in El Faro area on the bridge and the other just past La Cala close to BP station on the above footbridge. Both cameras take photos of speeds in excess of 80kms but also the cameras time you in the distance between both […]
La Cala News – To start off the Feria celebrations were will be stalls and lots of goings on, but later in the day the fabulous horse parade. Locals will be dressed up in their finest including flamenco dancers. Horses will be groomed and carts all decorated. Well worth a visit.
Tonight July 16th, the towns and fishing villages along the southern coast of Spain honor La Virgen del Carmen, the protector of seamen. An effigy of the virgin is paraded through the streets and taken for a sail on one of the colourfully adorned boats in the harbor. One of the best places to see this […]
La Cala Feria 2017 has a date change, normally from Thursday to Sunday, this year we have just found out its from Friday 21st July to Tuesday 25th July. Hope to see you all there.