Garrucha is to get a new four star hotel on its beachfront. The “La Palmera” carpark will be the site for the new five storey building, which will have up to 52 rooms. The land is owned by the council, who will lease the site for 99 years, after councillors voted in favour of the plan yesterday. The project has yet to be tendered out to a company, but the council expects the project to Continue reading New hotel for Garrucha?
Laura’s exquisite, highly detailed art pieces, created in honour of wild nature, are being exhibited to raise awareness and funds to help with the conservation of ‘the wild’. Builder of the only Earthship in this region (an eco friendly home made from upcycled and natural materials), Laura’s passion for these unconventional materials comes through in her sculptural handmade home and her intricate art pieces. “When I see your art it feels like I’m in your Continue reading An unique new art exhibition debuts at The Albar
AENA officially took possession of the new Corvera airport last weekend, in a ceremony which saw the regional president hand over the symbolic keys to the building to the AENA representative, putting to an end an eight year farce which has cost the taxpayers hundreds of millions of euros for feck all. AENA, of course, being the Spanish partially state owned enterprise which runs airports across the nation. The new airport will be known as Continue reading Corvera to start flights in December, San Javier to close