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13:15

Local

Portuguese Man o' War reaches the Costa

SUR

The organisation Aula del Mar has warned that the Portuguese Man o' War, a rare jellyfish species whose sting is “very painful”, has reached the Costa del Sol. Examples have been spotted off La Malagueta beach and along the coast of Marbella, as

12:07

What to do

The Costa prepares to celebrate St Patrick's Day

SUR IN ENGLISH

St Patrick's Day on 17 March is always a big celebration on the Costa del Sol, and this year is no different with many towns holding special parties to mark the day. Torremolinos Torremolinos is celebrating with a big party in the Plaza de la Nog

13:52

Local

Mijas property prices rise considerably while in Marbella they remain stagnant

NURIA TRIGUERO

...still the place on the Andalusian coast with the highest prices (2,069 euros per square metre) and is expected to be the first in which prices return to pre-crisis levels. Experts say the stagnation in prices is not due to a slowing of the property ... market: Marbella still has more properties available than anywhere else (284 new projects were authorised in 2017, the third highest number on the Andalusian coast) and more demand: 4,285 properties were sold last year, higher than anywhere else excluding ... review of the holiday property market in Spain, using statistical information and the local experience of the Tinsa network. It divides the Malaga coast into three areas: the Axarquía, central Costa del Sol and Costa del Sol west. With regard to the

14:45

What to do

Mods and Rockers revival

Tony Bryant torremolinos

...been organised by the Sun Coast Rocking Club and the FTW Scooter Club, will begin at 9pm on Saturday 22 April. Two live bands will perform a mixture of classic rhythm and blues and rock and roll, while six specialist disc jockeys will alternate the

12:08

LifeStyle

A talent for singing recently discovered

Jennie Rhodes

Ska. Julie is clearly relishing her newfound hobby and indeed talent. The many fans they have in their home village, and those they have picked up along the coast, will be delighted to hear of Mentally Ska'd's comeback and that Julie has plans to keep

13:50

Travel

The Turkish Riviera

Andrew Forbes

Also known as the Turquoise Coast, this enchanting stretch of shoreline from Antalya in the south, up to Çe?me in the northwest is the Mediterranean of blue voyage cruises; unspoilt nature; remarkable ancient ruins; picturesque villages; sparkling ... sailing cruises, aboard elegant and spacious twin-mast schooners. Weekly sailings, with diverse itineraries along the Turquoise Coast and part of the Dodecanese archipelago. All private cabins with ensuite shower-rooms. Windsurf board, kayaks and ... way, you'll find one of the best beaches on the Turquoise Coast), St Nicholas devoted his life to helping the disadvantaged. Legends of his generosity are said to have been the inspiration for Santa Claus - and he is still remembered in many countries

09:03

What to do

Costa entertainers bring a variety of music to your home

Tony Bryant

...titled Journey Through the Decades will present some of the coast's top entertainers performing well-known hits from the 1940s until now. The line-up includes Welsh crooner Ricky Lavazza, along with Laura Ellen, Cath John, Amy Lloyd and Deborah Dee,

15:54

LifeStyle

Age Concern responds to rallying call

Tony Bryant

Phrases like "we are all in this together" have now become a rallying call for many charities and support organisations along the coast. Age Concern Fuengirola, Mijas and Benalmádena is one charity that is responding to this call every week, working

18:11

Local

The population in inland Malaga has dropped considerably in recent years

Eugenio Cabezas

Large towns along the coast are gaining in terms of population and those inland are progressively losing theirs. That is a simple way of summing up the way the registered population in the 103 municipalities in Malaga province has evolved in the ... population registers during the past ten years, giving a total of 1,630,615. Most of these were in towns on the coast or in the metropolitan area of Malaga city. Benalmádena tops the list, having obtained 16,642 new inhabitants and increased from 52,217 to

16:53

Local

Why are homes so cold on the Costa del Sol?

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN

...the coldest months are usually December and January, when the average temperature is about 12 or 13 degrees Celsius. It often feels colder than it actually is because of the relative humidity, which is higher on the coast than inland and gives that

15:56

Travel

The Insider Guide: The American Riviera

Andrew Forbes

Running from Summerland to Goleta, with the historic, postcard-perfect towns of Santa Barbara and Montecito at its heart, this privileged south-facing stretch of the Pacific ocean coast is the place to stay in Central California Stay: Belmond ... learn lots about the area. Do: Chill on the beach Santa Barbara remains synonymous with surf culture. Although summer may not be the best time to catch the best breaks on California’s west coast, it’s certainly a perfect season for enjoying the

20:08

What to do

Big names for big summer concerts

Tony Bryant

The Costa del Sol has been home to some huge music extravaganzas this summer and there are still more to come. This weekend was one dominated by the Los Alamos Beach Festival in Torremolinos, while the Starlite Festival got under way in Marbella.

20:58

LifeStyle

Milestone anniversary for amateur theatre

Tony Bryant

Bilk. Lynn Halliday, who has been president for the last three years, joined the company as a performer when she first arrived on the coast in 1999. She told SUR in English of her joy that the theatre is still going strong, although she is disappointed ... other shows are running. However, being a largely amateur organisation does not mean that standards are sacrificed. The Salon has become the epitome of amateur theatre on the coast. The company has produced numerous celebrated shows over the

20:20

Travel

The Insider Guide to a Marbella 'staycation'

Andrew Forbes

The summer may be drawing to a close for many, yet for residents of southern Spain, the Mediterranean sun continues to shine, making it the perfect time to enjoy all the pleasures of the coast, yet without the high-season crowds. Here’s some ... with exceptional, 360 views, that take in Marbella’s old town, La Concha mountain, the Sierra Blanca, and, of course, the Mediterranean. Messina Restaurant - Marbella Undoubtedly one of the best restaurants on the coast, the Michelin-starred ... Romano Beach Resort & Spa has evolved into one of the most exciting dining destinations on the coast. New innovations include ‘El Chiringuito’, the stylish, rustic-luxe beach house restaurant and Nobu, the internationally-renowned contemporary Japanese

15:01

What to do

Stars of the West End

Tony Bryant

Lovers of West End and Broadway musicals are in for a special treat this month when the popular 'Stars of the West End' show returns to the coast for a five-date tour. DETAILS What: Music of the most popular West Endshows Where:Various ... locations along the coast. When: Wednesday 15 until Monday 19 March. Show starts 9pm. The tour has been organised by BigM Promotions, who, following the success of last year's sell-out shows, decided to bring the musical extravaganza back to the coast

19:34

Local

Coronavirus crisis throws the Costa's summer cultural calendar into turmoil

Tony Bryant

...its cultural agenda can return in the near future. The San Juan celebrations in June have been postponed (as in all resorts along the coast) but the cultural department is keeping an open mind about the Romería and Feria de San Miguel in September. ... Financial concerns One of the main concerns for promoters is the financial implications caused by limited capacity and the new regulations that will be enforced at outdoor events. BigM promotions, one of the coast's main concert and event organisers, is

18:31

LifeStyle

The ‘espeto’ - simple and synonymous

Jennie Rhodes / M. D. Tortosa

‘Miguelito of the sardines’ has gone down in the Malaga history books. There is a plaque in El Palo commemorating the ‘inventor of the espeto’. The simple preparation of one of Malaga’s most popular fish soon spread across the coast and is now synonymous with

18:57

What to do

Opera singer hosts online singing sessions in aid of Age Concern

Tony Bryant

...world, including the Sydney Opera House. When she arrived in Spain, she founded the Good Vibrations Choir, an amateur choir that performs benefit concerts for local charitable institutions across the coast. In addition, she also runs the Find Your Voice

15:06

What to do

Goldies Christmas party

Tony Bryant

The Cudeca Goldies will be hosting their annual Christmas dinner at the Valparaíso restaurant in Mijas on Wednesday 20 December. The event will present a line-up of some of the coast's top entertainers, all of whom will donate their time to raise ... will be the performance of Tina Hall, one of the most powerful rock singers on the coast. The 46-year-old singer recently participated in the popular Spanish television talent show, La Voz, and her performance at the Goldies Christmas bash is sure to

14:47

Local

Mobile apps, drones and controlled access to beaches, as the Costa prepares for summer

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ

coast. At the moment it is being tested in Torremolinos and Rincón de la Victoria. Sensors in Fuengirola Fuengirola council has perhaps the most pioneering plan of all, with around 60 artificial intelligence sensors in street lights along its seven ... kilometres of coast to control crowding on beaches. Anyone would be able to access this information via a free mobile app. This tool, designed by local company Juma, creates virtual grids and establishes a maximum occupancy figure based on the recommended ... lifeguards and Civil Protection. It has announced that showers and footbaths cannot be used, to prevent contagion. Marbella, which with 27 kilometres has the largest stretch of coast in the province, is working on different scenarios but always with

18:43

Local

The province's most popular beaches can only be half-filled this summer

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ

...of six metres will have to be left free on the shore to avoid crowding on the walkway. With these parameters in mind, and assuming that beachgoers will behave responsibly, this means that a large number of beaches on the Malaga coast will have to

17:32

Opinion

Gecko chamber

Peter Edgerton

Sharks have been sighted off the coast of the provinces of Malaga and Granada during the past couple of weeks, presumably using their keen sense of smell or taste or hearing or something in order to detect from afar a distinct lack of the detritus

14:25

Local

Costa mayors support the lifting of AP-7 road toll when A-7 is congested

Ivan Gelibter Malaga

A petition devised by a group of Costa del Sol residents that appeals for the AP-7 road toll to be lifted when the alternative A-7 is congested, which has gathered approximately 1,500 signatures in under two weeks, is now being backed by local mayors

10:59

What to do

The Rat Pack comes to town

TONY Bryant

The Cudeca Goldies fundraising team will host a special American-themed night in the popular Route 66 restaurant in Puerto Banús on Sunday 1 October. The event, which will begin at 1pm, will present The Rat Pack, one of the coasts most popular trib

10:12

Local

US expats mark Thanksgiving in a year of change

leandro pavón / sur

On Thursday, the Costa del Sol’s 2,000 American nationals celebrated the annual Thanksgiving holiday in traditional style. Members of the American Club, which has several chapters stretching from Nerja to Sotogrande got together at different events

15:03

Local

UK police investigate case of Irish expat missing for 27 years

Tony Bryant

...later this month, had arrived on the coast in the late 1980s to enjoy a new life in the sun. Along with her then husband Brian, she brought a bar called Molley Malones, (now the Wheel Tapas and Punters Bar) in Benalmádena Costa, but their dream life soon

16:15

LifeStyle

A lifelong devotion to the performing arts and the needy

Tony Bryant

"The Welsh Society was formed to promote our culture here on the coast. We hold different functions, like St David's Day, to raise funds for our chosen charity. We like to choose charities that are close to our hearts, and these have included some very ... popular entertainer on the coast. She also fronts the Soul Sisters, a tribute to soul and Motown. "The Soul Sisters consist of some of the older girls from the Banana Studio group. I am very proud of the girls. Even if they don't become professional

19:33

What to do

Entertainers come together for annual charity concert in Calahonda

Tony Bryant

Some of the coast's top entertainers will join forces next month to raise money for the fundraising initiative Less Oxygen More Lives, and also for sufferers of motor neuron disease. Organised by Steve Hughes (One Wish Steve) and his wife Sandie,

12:31

Local

Offices and a hotel planned for towers on site of Malaga bus station

Jesús HINOJOSA

...make the second, smaller bus station in the city centre underground too. Mayor Francisco de la Torre hopes to eventually add a tunnel which runs along the coast from the Guadalmedina river to La Malagueta to an overall project valued at 277 million

16:01

Sport

Date set for Holiday World fun runs

SUR IN ENGLISH

The second half maration and fifth coast run organised by Holiday World were officially presented on Wednesday morning. The races, which will raise funds for the Proyecto Hombre foundation, will take place on 8 March from 10am. After the success

14:46

Travel

A small town with a big character

Andrew Forbes

Heading north-west up the Cadiz coast, from the wild beauty of Valdevaqueros, on the N-340 highway is a joyful drive. One passes fields of sunflowers, each tracking the brilliant light of the Costa de la Luz; and the ubiquitous wind turbines, their ... drive through the Cadiz countryside and arrived at Vejer. It's a discovery I'm so pleased I've made - and when I can, Vejer and its untamed coast will surely be one of the first places I visit once our state of alarm 'lockdown' is over.