Tag: Christmas

Torrevieja Budgets Face Real Opposition

The opposition PSOE of Torrevieja this week voted against the final approval of the municipal budgets, sticking to the reasons they explained before Christmas, following the interventions of their councillor, David Villanueva, which they shared through their spokesperson, Barbera Soler. The first point they made is that half of the financing will come from the …

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Important Information for This Weekend 20 January 2024

Ladies and gentlemen, beloved followers, friends, and forgivers (hopefully)… You know that thing after a time like Christmas when you don’t know what day it is??? Well, that is the reason our esteemed and “professional” editor is giving to a monumental error… TORREVIEJA CARNIVAL STARTS NEXT WEEKEND, not this, as we have been saying on …

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Things to do in Torrevieja on Boxing Day

Although it´s not known as Boxing Day, December 26 is a local holiday in Torrevieja, as well as San Miguel de Salinas, and Almoradí. Most of the larger shops are open, although many smaller businesses will be closed. In fact, quite a few will be closed throughout the season, returning after Three King´s. In Torrevieja, […]

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Around Torrevieja This Christmas Week

In Torrevieja this week, there is ballet in the form of the Christmas favourite, The Nutcracker, which is in the Torrevieja Municipal Theatre on Wednesday. The UMT youth band of Torrevieja perform their Christmas Concert at the Palacio de la Musica on Thursday. Throughout the week in Torrevieja there are activities for the kids, then …

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It’s Better to Arrive Late than Not at All!

The millions of trips that will take place by road in the coming weeks to meet with family and friends, leads the Dirección General de Tráfico (DGT) to once again stress the importance of taking care when driving. This year, the annual awareness campaign is focused on one of the most important trips of the …

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