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12:42

Local

Foreign tourists who travel to Andalucía offered free coronavirus insurance

Pilar Martínez

Andalucía has kicked off 2021 with a new campaign to reinforce its position as a safe destination to travel. A free medical insurance policy with Covid-19 coverage for non-resident international tourists is being offered to entice visitors back ... houses. This initiative will continue throughout the year, and will be operated by Europ Assistance. "This is a free medical insurance for all foreign tourists, who are not residents, who travel to Andalucía by any means of transport between 1 January ... of transport and repatriation and costs derived from an extension of the stay by quarantine.” In addition, tourists will have a multilingual 24-hour helpline available to answer their questions. The initiative is “a response to a demand from the

13:06

LifeStyle

Urban art brings warmth to Soho

JUAN SOTO

Soho to attract new visitors. Estrella Zurita and Estrella Malet, who are mother and daughter, own the Lock And Relax left luggage business, and they had time on their hands because there are so few tourists in the city nowadays. What began as a

13:02

Local

Coronavirus crisis estimated to have cost the Costa del Sol 10.3 billion euros

Pilar Martínez

The tourism crash crisis caused by the worldwide coronavirus pandemic has led to estimated losses of 10.3 billion euros across the Malaga province, according to a Costa del Sol Tourism report. It is reckoned that the number of tourists lost in ... 2020 in the province will amount to 9.4 million travellers, which represents a drop of 71.7 per cent over the total number of visitors in 2019. In the Turismo Costa del Sol report, 'Effects on employment, the number of tourists and the economy’, it is

18:41

Local

Costa del Sol hoteliers fight back against Covid business devastation

Pilar Martínez

...will be accepted and help enable the recovery of the sector that has suffered massively as tourists have stayed away from the coast in their droves. The report was prepared in collaboration with the consulting firm PriceWaterhouseCoopers and the

13:34

Local

Costa puts on the charm offensive for British tourists at a virtual World Travel Market

Pilar Martínez

Malaga among the best European cities to live "We have to show that the Costa hasn't forgotten about them [British tourists], that we know they love us and to tell them that we are waiting for them and that we are going to give them the best we have to ... subsides the British will want to travel [to southern Spain]". Between January and September this year, only around 167,000 Brits stayed in the province, a drop of 79 per cent. Last year, by comparison, hotels welcomed a million British tourists for the

14:39

Opinion

The devastating effects of a Costa with no tourists

Pilar Martínez

...stayed open or the busiest resorts have been spared the Covid-19 crisis. The sector sees no sign of the decision to stop tourists coming 'sine die' being reversed. The times in which we are living make it more inviting to save companies and jobs than to

15:12

Local

The Costa del Sol tourism industry looks forward to its recovery

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...arrival and departure, an offer regional president Juanma Moreno reiterated in Malaga on Wednesday. “As soon as we flatten the curve of infection, the tourists will come back,” said Maroto. Pedro Luis Gómez, Ramón de Izequilla, Tim Hemmings, Juan ... Molas, Margarita del Cid and MiguelSanz by video link. Salvador Salas The minister also confirmed that the government planned to extend the grace period for loan repayments and extend the ERTE scheme “for as long as necessary”. 18 million tourists lost ... though, was the message delivered by Deputy British Ambassador to Spain Tim Hemmings, who took part in the debate moderated by the SUR Director of Publications, Pedro Luis Gómez. For Hemmings there is no question about whether British tourists will