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17:54

National

Royal family combine work with annual holiday on Balearics visit

SUR

...they are paying more visits than usual to different parts of the Balearics to highlight charity work on the islands and the importance of tourism for the local economy. The King has also met with the Prime Minister and leading local politicians

18:06

Gibraltar

Upper Rock attractions reopen after Covid-19 closures

Debbie Bartlett

Most of Gibraltar's attractions reopened last week following the coronavirus lockdown, including the famous cable car. The Nature Reserve and Upper Rock attractions are open from 9am to 7.15pm, and the Skywalk is open from 9am to 9pm. Visitors

14:53

Gibraltar

Gibraltar's Skywalk to close for repairs from 29 June

Debbie Bartlett

The famous Skywalk is due to be closed from Monday 29 June until 8 July so repairs to the glass platform can be carried out. Douglas Path will also be closed during the same period. The Skywalk is 340 metres directly above sea level with breathtak

13:45

Local

World tourism expert calls on UK to lift the restrictions on travel to Spain

Pilar Martínez

British government, urging them to change their minds and lift the restriction on travel to Spain, adding that it is "harmful to Spanish tourism". He called for a standard protocol in the EU, and said he hopes the UK will do all it can to enable British ... people to travel and give Spanish tourism a chance. "The self-isolation is not going to facilitate these matters," he said. The WTO boss sent a message of hope to the sector, but also warned that Spanish tourism firms need support with cashflow and ... fiscal flexibility in order to recover. He recommended that the Spanish government use its EU funding to give more help to tourism, which represents 11 per cent of GDP and has a major effect on other productive sectors. Praising the government's work

11:57

Local

A first for Marbella as it is awarded quality seal

Héctor Barbotta

Marbella has become the first large town or city to be awarded the Q mark, a top tourism quality certification, for its safe management of public spaces. The award was made by the government-accredited ICTE. The council was audited by inspectors

13:41

Local

The WTID app will enable travellers to carry their official documents on their mobile phones

Pilar Martínez

The WTID app project, backed by the World Tourism Organisation and the result of three years' work, is expected to be available this month. It is the first app which enables travellers to carry their passport, ID, health documents, tourism ... this week at an event organised by Malaga council. Antonio Santos del Valle, CEO of Wanderlust, said it will be ready to download in mid-August and described it as marking a "before and after" for travel and tourism.

12:47

Local

Plaque dedicated to tourism pioneer Margaret Horn Taylor

Tony Bryant

Mayor of Torremolinos José Ortiz and councillor for Culture David Tejeiro attended the unveiling of a new plaque at the Hotel Castillo Santa Clara in honour of Margaret Horn Taylor. A pioneer of tourism on the Costa del Sol, Mrs Beautell, as she

19:27

Local

135-metre luxury hotel tower in Malaga Port is likely to go ahead

ignacio lillo

Malaga's town planning department has rejected most complaints about the planned tower block in the port and the project is likely to go ahead in its original form. Many of the concerns were over the height of the 135 metre luxury hotel, but the c