Supreme Court confirms Algarrobico hotel is illegal but Carboneras fights on

The local courts said it was illegal.

The regional courts said it was illegal.

The National court said it was illegal.

And now the Supreme Court of Spain has confirmed that it is illegal.

But the townhall of Carboneras has insisted that the huge hotel built on the beach in Carboneras is legal and must be opened soonest. Quite how much the promotors of the hotel are paying the mayor is, of course, unknown (it may be nothing at all), but all the mayors of the town seem dammed keen on opening the damn place. Despite the fact that it’s half built on the beach and the other half in a natural park.

Anyway, as the ecologists say, just knock the damn thing down, although I expect the next step will be Europe.

Hey, it’s been 10 years since work was stopped on the place, what’s a few more?

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