The Turre Tapa Route (Camino de tapas de Turre 2015) will be from the 31st of July to 14th of August. Collect your “passport” from the townhall or participating restaurants, then visit the 18 bars signed up to the route, sample their best tapas and get your passport stamped. This year, you can also vote for the nicest waiter! See the official facebook page for more.
Geological students from the University of Lorraine in France are undertaking a project to map out some of the old mines in Bédar as part of a project by the townhall to reopen them as tourist attractions. The French university has been sending students to the area on field trips for the last few years now, but this year Professor Christian Hibchs suggested that an interesting project would be the mapping of two of the Continue reading French students map Bedar mines
The Almeria airport blog says that Air Europa has dropped Almería airport for 2015, and that in addition the Palma and Dusseldorf routes have also been cancelled by their respective airlines. More bad news: Ryanair refuses to confirm the East Midland’s route, and Monarch refuses to commit itself to the Birmingham route (despite me getting lots of people to write to them begging for it to keep going). Some good news: Thomas Cook has announced Continue reading Almeria airport routes cut but new London route announced
The Turre Tapas Route 2014 kicks off on the 24th of July and runs until the 10th of August. Local bars and restaurants will be serving up their special favourite dishes, and residents can vote for their favourite tapas. You can also participate in a raffle – get at least 7 stamps on your Tapas Passport and drop it off to enter into a free raffle to win a Weekend away. (It doesn’t say where). Continue reading Turre Tapas Route 2014 kicks off