Tag: health

Free Hot Weather Alerts from the Ministry of Health

Starting on Thursday, May 16, the Ministry of Health has once again activated the National Preventive Action Plan for the Effects of Excess Temperatures on health. The objective of the National Plan is to prevent and mitigate the negative effects that ...

Torrevieja among the five Spanish cities with the “lowest well-being” in the country

Historically famed for the microclimate that brought health benefits due to the location in a natural park area, with an ecosystem supported by the lagoons, and shadow-protected by the surrounding mountains, not to mention the benefits of the Mediterra...

Torrevieja´s International Residents Councillor Visits the British Embassy

Gitte Lund Thomsen from Torrevieja's local council visited the British Embassy in Madrid to discuss services for the 4,900 British residents. The visit highlighted the consulate's role in aiding residents and tourists, especially post-Brexit. Topics included the TIE card recommendation, consular services' range, and health insurance requirements for visitors and expatriates.

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Things to Do This Weekend in Torrevieja – From Friday 19 April 2024

This weekend in Torrevieja offers the 29º Certamen Internacional Juvenil Habaneras and a variety of local events. Enjoy the Symphonic Rhapsody of Queen in Cartagena, the Twenty One Pilots concert in Madrid, accessible by direct bus, and the Sevillanas fiesta in Catral. Participate in the Guardamar del Segura March Against Cancer, delve into Manga in Alicante, and sample tapas at Los Montesinos and the Todo Tren 2024 event.

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Elite Unit of the National Police visit Mojacar

Mojácar was the meeting point for a group of...

Improvement to Mojácar’s Municipal Playgrounds

Mojácar Council has put out to tender the supply...

The Leader Newspaper 20 May 2024 – Edition 1024

The Casa Mediterráneo is working to recover the historic...


Over 2,000 spectators were crammed into La Murada Campo...