Beach bars will be legal again! New ley de costas to be approved

The new ley de Costas will allow chiringuitos to be legal again. They were banned some years ago, before la crisis , causing the crisis to be even worse than it worse by removing one of Spains main tourist attractions. The new law will allow beach bars to be installed on rural beaches as long as they are “temporary” (ie, removed at the end of the season) and no larger than 20 square metres, plus Continue reading Beach bars will be legal again! New ley de costas to be approved

Junta publishes plans to permit 90,000 homes to be built on the coast

The Junta de Andalucia has published a 10 year plan to regulate the construction along the Andalucian seafront. The plan is designed to regulate and control the construction of seafront homes, with a view towards building ecologically sustainable tourism propelled towns up and down Andalucia. The plan, strangely enough, regulates from the protected area of the Ley de Costas (which is currently being changed, so this new plan is out of date before it ever Continue reading Junta publishes plans to permit 90,000 homes to be built on the coast