IT is certainly a novel way to attract visitors.
Tourists visiting Manilva will be able to stay at four of the town’s main hotels for just 10 euros per night this weekend.
Special 10 euro menus have also been made available at 15 restaurants throughout the town. Businesses from Manilva and Sabinillas, including shops, hairdressers and sports centres are also playing their part in the town hall initiative.
The project on April 20 – 22 has been launched to promote the resort, which claims to have the ‘charm of a white town’ as well as a ‘magnificent’ church.
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