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11:51

Travel

Travel secrets of the Costa de la Luz

Andrew Forbes

...of Tarifa on Cadiz’s spectacular coast is home to many of Spain’s best beaches. That’s why the Costa de la Luz is my go-to place to chill and unwind. A place of wild nature, virgin beaches and a laid-back surfer vibe that makes me feel younger and ... sweeping beaches of massive slow-moving dunes and crashing waves. My first piece of advice is to take your time, allow for diversions, stops and unexpected discoveries. This is the wild west of Andalucia. Don’t expect the typical Spanish coastal sprawl; ... no, this is a special place where you can change the pace of your holiday. So, take it easy. Browse the surf shacks near Tarifa; enjoy a cold beer on the weatherworn deck of a beach bar; climb the sweeping sand dunes and be intoxicated by the freshness

13:49

Local

Street hawkers help in rescue of girl at risk of drowning off Marbella beach

FERNANDO TORRES / JUAN CANO

Red flags on practically the entirety of the Malaga coast due to strong winds on Tuesday didn't perturb some beach users from risking their own lives as well as those of the individuals who tried to rescue them. The most dramatic incident occurred ... on La Venus beach in Marbella at 9pm after the lifeguard service had ended. Two Senegalese street hawkers jumped into the water to help save a girl from drowning after her boyfriend unsuccessfully tried to rescue her, as well as several other people ... on the beach at the time. José Lacalle, a federated waterpolo player and youth champion in sea rescue, was one of those who answered the call for help. He swam out to where the girl was, around 200 metres from the shore, and was able to stabilise

13:38

Local

Marbella beach masseurs appeal to be allowed back to work

Héctor Barbotta

Masseurs who usually work on Marbella's beaches during the summer have stepped up calls for the town hall to allow them to return to work. The around 100 masseurs say that the town hall's decision not to renew permits violates their right to work.

16:40

Opinion

Despite the beaches

Héctor Barbotta

Marbella was the setting recently for the launch of the regional government's Safe Beaches Plan, in which it is investing 35 million euros. Never before have our beaches played such an important role at the start of a tourist season. Of course, it ... as they can be in their own countries, or the cities in which they live. Perhaps even a bit safer. It is precisely this exceptional situation that has focused all eyes on our beaches and obliged us to really think seriously about them for once. ... Our destination is, above all, about sunshine and beaches, although that is something we tend to forget too often. Because if we are honest, we have to admit that the Costa del Sol is not actually a tourist destination par excellence because of its

17:27

Local

Around 100 fines issued to Torrox 'beach hoggers' last weekend as council gets tough

Eugenio Cabezas

Torrox town hall said that it has intensified its annual control of beachgoers reserving space by leaving belongings such as chairs and umbrellas. Torrox's 'beach hoggers' first hit the Spanish and international headlines in 2015 when the town ... hall introduced fines for people who left belongings on the beach early in the morning to secure the best places with a view to returning to the spot later in the day. Higher fines may be given to those people who are not respectful to agents when ... their belongings are confiscated. Last weekend, despite the coronavirus crisis, Local Police and Civil Protection officers issued around 100 fines to so-called beach hoggers, mainly on Torrox's Ferrara and El Morche beaches. Only one higher fine was

14:16

Local

Junta appeals for "responsible" use of region's beaches

sur

In response to capacity controls being enforced at 29 locations and 8,000 incidents reported on beaches on the Malaga coastline last weekend, spokesperson for the Junta de Andalucía regional government, Elías Bendodo, this week appealed to ... Andalusians and visitors alike to act responsibly when using beaches to avoid the further spread of the coronavirus. The majority of these incidents, according to those consulted by SUR, were people not respecting the minimum distance of two metres, the use ... hydro-alcoholic gel and social distancing, but also on going to beaches "with responsibility and knowing how to choose" not to overcrowd the busiest and most popular spots. Aula del Mar The regional government this week also announced that it would resume the

13:09

Local

Face masks are now compulsory in all public spaces in Andalucía, even when walking on the beach

SUR

...applies even to beaches and swimming pools and puts the penalty for not complying at a fine of 100 euros. Junta de Andalucía spokesman, Elías Bendodo, explained on Tuesday that all residents and visitors will have to get used to wearing masks "everywhere ... and at all times" from Wednesday. The exceptions to the measure are limited. In the case of beaches and pools, these include when people are sunbathing or sitting on the sand in the space occupied by their own towels, sun umbrellas, etc. as long as a

16:07

Local

Junta confirms capacity control measures were enforced on 29 beaches in Malaga province

antonio m. romero / Charo Márquez / Eugenio Cabezas

Police in coastal municipalities across Malaga province had to stop access to 29 beaches at various points on Sunday when the capacity outlined in the local councils' contingency plans to combat the coronavirus was exceeded. As temperatures soared ... on the first Sunday of July, 55 beaches across the region as a whole saw restrictions imposed at some point, according to official data from the Junta de Andalucía. Malaga led the ranking with 29, followed by Cadiz (14), Huelva (9), Almeria (2) and ... Granada (1). The avalanche of people returning from the beaches also created tailbacks of up to 18 kilometres at Las Pedrizas and on the A-7 in the western and eastern parts of the city during rush hour. In Benalmádena, at peak times (around 12.30 and