9 lighthouses across Almería mooted for hotel use

Puertos de España, the public company that owns and operates Spanish lighthouses, has proposed 9 lighthouses across Almería province for conversion into hotels. It’s part of a project setup by the company to change the use of some of its historic lighthouses in order to save the buildings. Adra, Punta de Los Baños, El Sabinal, Roquetas de Mar, Castillo de San Telmo, Cabo de Gata, La Polacra, Mesa Roldán and Garrucha lighthouses have all been Continue reading 9 lighthouses across Almería mooted for hotel use

Senate approves viability study for a new Parador

The Spanish Senate’s Committee on Tourism, Commerce and big floppy eared bunnies has agreed to a PSOE backed iniciative to commence a viability study to see if Almería warrants a new Parador hotel. The motion, which has been around for years, was shot down last year when Parador Hotels published their five year expansion plan, ruling out Almería. This has not slowed down Senator Asensio (Almería province; he’s also sec gen of the provincial PSOE Continue reading Senate approves viability study for a new Parador