Casona Grande and restaurante Albar in Lubrin have made it into the Sunday times best places to stay in Spain today. The newspaper says: Casona Granado, Andalusia The British expats Clayton and Rachel Morley have taken a run-down house in the pretty village of Lubrin and turned it into exactly the sort of place you dream of finding in the Almerian hills. The eight rooms pitch bold-coloured fabrics against bright white walls — Nos 4, Continue reading Lubrin in the Sunday times
The provincial council is to spend €120,000 improving the AL-6109 which connects the villages of Los Gallardos, Bédar and Lubrín. Almost two kilometres of road surface is to be replaced, with other sections of the road being improved. Additional safety features will be installed on dangerous stretches of the road, road markings repainted, reflective surfaces installed on corners and safety signs replaced. The money has become available due to budget under-runs on the 31 road Continue reading Los Gallardos – Bédar – Lubrín road to be upgraded
Downed power lines caused both recent major fires in Almeria province, according to the official INFOCA investigation into the cause of the blazes which destroyed almost 6,000 ha of forest and scrub. The usual blight of unnecessary, badly maintained, unsightly Endesa power lines that run riot over the province have again caused major disruption. (Not a fan of the company).