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European Cash Spent on the Costa Tropical

The Granada province in Andalucia has over the last few years has enjoyed a whole host of European financing. The vast sums of money has been spent on the following projects improving facilities for all in the Province. Science Park in Granada, 25.1 Million Euros. Museum Caja Granada, 7.3 Million Euros. New Tram link for […]

3 New Marinas For The Costa Tropical

According to the proposals made by the PSOE, 3 new marinas are planned for Motril,  Salobreña and 1 between Castell de Ferro  and Castillos de Banos.  The projection for the 3 new marinas on the Costa Tropical de Granada will enhance tourism in the  area and boost the berths on the coast to 3,000.  The new […]

Cultural Market

On the 2nd Sunday of evey month starting in June 2009, the first cultural market opens from 10am to 2pm on the Costa Tropical. The location for this market is in the small village of Los Carlos behind Castell de Ferro which is situated in the Rambla de Lujar. You will find a selection of […]

24.5 million Major Funding Initiative in Granada.

The governmental region of Andalucia had prepared a year ago a number of investments in the tourism sector to avoid the prologation of  the crisis. Inevitably, the Easter-employment figures have suffered a little, but tourism remains a vital engine in the economy of Andalucia and Granada represents 15% of Gross Domestic Product (GDP). One of the special […]

Sales to Commence Earlier in 2009!

In certainly most of the larger towns in the Granada province the sales are going to commence on the 2 January 2009 due to the major economic downturn, as normally is the case by waiting till after the night of the Kings on the night of the 5th January. This is the first time for […]

On Tapas

Tapa in Spanish means a cover and was originally a little plate to put on top of your glass in a bar so the flies couldn´t get to your drink. It became popular to put some snacks on the tapa and when I first came to Andalucia some 40 years ago it was common in […]