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15:24

Local

Nautical tourism, a key to bringing Puerto Banús back to life

Héctor Barbotta

With the coronavirus pandemic wiping out more usual streams of income, Puerto Banús is turning to nautical tourism as a way to boost activity in the absence of the usual influx of visitors this high season. Marinas de Andalucía, the association

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

19:13

Local

Ticket price for Caminito del Rey daredevil walkway to rise

antonio romero

The cost of a ticket for the Caminito del Rey is to go up from 10 to 12 euros and the number of visitors per day will be increased to a maximum of 1,500 under the new conditions for the management of this major tourist attraction. The company whic

14:28

Gibraltar

Gibraltar Roadshow in Edinburgh

Debbie Bartlett Gibraltar

Easyjet flights between Edinburgh and Gibraltar are due to begin on 31 March and the Gibraltar Tourist Board held a roadshow in the city's Balmoral Hotel on Tuesday to showcase the attractions of the Rock. This was the fourth roadshow, following succ

17:44

Local

Junta proposes Covid-19 testing for foreign visitors in bid to get tourism restarted

JOSÉ LUIS PIEDRA / FERNANDO TORRES

The Junta de Andalucía regional government has proposed to Madrid opening up international tourism by scrapping the 14-day quarantine announced last week and implementing temperature controls at airports and giving coronavirus tests to foreign ... other countries. According to Aguirre, these controls could be implemented in Andalucía's main airports (Malaga-Costa del Sol and Seville) and would give the region's key sector a massive boost. Juan Marin, regional minister for Tourism, for his

17:29

Local

Rural tourism set to lead the recovery of the industry as lockdown is eased

Héctor Barbotta

With European air space largely closed to commercial flights and Spain still immersed in uncertainty, it may be difficult or even impossible for people to make major journeys this summer. For rural tourism, however, the picture may be rather ... brighter. Inland Malaga province alone has 41,000 beds available and last year was the best ever for this type of tourism, with an economic impact that is estimated by the Costa del Sol Tourist Board to be 935 million euros. Of course, things are very ... Last year 134,014 travellers stayed in inland accommodation in Malaga province, of whom around 60,000 were Spanish, according to tourism data. The national market increased by over 30 per cent, while there was a reduction of around ten per cent in

18:00

Opinion

Tourism and the left

Héctor Barbotta

When the classic political left built the cultural symbols it has carried with it to this day, hotel cleaners didn't form part of any of their archetypal collectives and the tourism industry didn't exist as such. The closest thing to what today is the ... China, with the results we all are aware of today. It would be absurd to reproach the theorists and activists from a century ago for not being able to foresee that tourism, which then did not exist, would become one of the main economic sectors in the ... world and the means of survival for millions of people in all corners of the planet. However since then the most orthodox left wing has had plenty of time to understand what tourism is, but it sometimes feels like they haven't been able, or known how,

13:17

Local

Costa tourism bosses angry that Canaries may get better treatment

Pilar Martínez

...state of alarm decree this week and a regional Canaries party says it won a concession from Madrid in return. Coalición Canarias (CC) claims that tourism workers on the most generous force majeure ERTE conditions can keep them after any future end of the ... "inadmissible discrimination. He added, "...we are not going to tolerate that, in exchange for the votes of a nationalist party, the workers in one region benefit and not all Spain." Some local tourism bosses congratulated the CC on its political agility but

21:02

Local

Plan to kickstart local tourism could see the Caminito del Rey reopen this month

Pilar Martínez

In order to "scale back the pessimism" within the sector, the president of Turismo Costa del Sol, Francisco Salado, on Wednesday outlined the plan to revivify the local tourism sector. The Diputación chief recognised that the pandemic is having a ... “devastating effect on tourism in Malaga”. Data released by the Diputación shows that the area will lose out on four million tourists between 15 March and 30 June - a loss of four billion euros to the local economy. In a survey of employers, half estimate ... such as Carlos Diez de la Lastra, director of Les Roches Marbella, the former director of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), Carlos Vogeler, and the director of Malaga Airport, Pedro Bendala, Salado insists that there is “light at the end of the