Friday, 20 October, 2017

Tag: Almeria

Fire-fighters are still tackling the blaze which was started following an explosion at 9.30am

If the mosquitoes haven't gotten to you this summer, then the heat will have

The couple were verbally and physically attacked

Fancy escaping the queues and hassle of the Costa del Sol this August, take Jon Clarke’s advice and head to hauntingly stunning Cabo de Gata

The Algarrobico case has dragged on since work on the building stopped in 2005 on protected land

Expat takes legal action after Cajamar bank gives €52,000 of her money to a conman

Federico Molina was charged for granting illegal property rights to his relative

Gabriel Amat accused of 'keeping it in the family'

The Junta is taking measures to limit the outbreak and protect other animal species

The next series of Game of Thrones will be based out of the Alcazaba of Almeria

Staying at the luxury Desert Springs resort near Vera, the entire squad was taken on a team bonding camp

Putting a stop to sporadic nightmare demolitions - but not in time to protect the Priors

The festival of San Juan is a magical night, celebrated on the June 23, that welcomes the start of the summer season - the summer solstice

AMA has joined forces with SOHA and AUAN in their plea to the Spanish Senate

A farm with a history as rich as its rural surroundings is up for grabs in Almeria

Len and Helen Prior had their home demolished in 2008

At the end of 2014 a total of 16,201 new properties remained unsold in the province

It'a a top week for nature as green groups rejoice as Junta finally takes steps to knock down Algarrobico hotel

The former mayor of Almeria, Federico Molina, stands accused of allowing homes to be illegally built on protected land

Dreambeach is a 2-day electronic music festival on the beach

I want culture, excitement and a cosmopolitan cocktail!

With music, live cookery shows and tomatoes galore, Almeria's tomato festival reminded participants just how vital the crop is to Andalucia

Spanish police plan to arrest 90 people in the days to come

A march in support of the up to 5,000 victims is being held tomorrow in Malaga

Casa Puga will be forced to shut in March due to a change in rental laws




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