Almería is currently the most geologically active part of the Peninsula, with dozens of mini earthquakes shaking the province over the last few weeks – eight in the last 24 hours alone. Most of the earthquakes are happening under the Alboran sea, off the coast of Almería city. The strongest one so far has been a 4,1 on the Richter scale earthquake which happened yesterday, but nobody felt it. The only one that has been Continue reading Dozens of earthquakes shake province→
There have been up to five earthquakes off the coast of Almeria under the Alboran sea since the weekend, the biggest so far being 3,9 on the Richter scale, with a further small earthquake inland near Tijola. And several other further out to sea, with a 4,0 being felt off the African coast across the sea. On Sunday we had one at 9 am, another at midday and a third at 6pm all off the Continue reading More earthquakes offshore→
A magnitude 2.8 earthquake hit Mojacar this morning at 08:35:49 local time, at about 8km underground. Woke me up, what about you? There was a further earthquake at around 03:26:15 in the Alboran sea, in front of the Granada coast, but near the Moroccan side, of magnitude 4, which we probably felt as well.
Two earthquakes of 3.7 and 3.8 degrees on the Richter scale struck, around 1.50 am Tuesday morning, the municipalities of Cuevas del Almanzora and Zurgena, according to Civil Protection(via Europe Press). The earthquake of 3.7 degrees had its epicenter seven km underneath Cuevas del Almanzora, while that of 3.8 degrees was located in southeastern Zurgena, about ten miles deep. So far, no reports of property or personal damage.