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Grape Harvest in Ronda smaller harvest and good quality

Sunday, October 12th, 2014

The harvest of grapes in the area of the Serrania de Ronda north of Marbella on its last legs. The harvest in Ronda is somewhat later compared to other wine regions in the province.


Total fall harvest of one million kilo in accordance Jose Maria Losantos at wine makers societies (Asociacion de Bodegueros Viticultores y de la Serrania de Ronda). This year’s harvest is estimated to be 35 percent less than last year.


Grape Harvest in the Ronda area was between ten and 15 days late because of weather factors. After five months without rain, the rain came late in September.


Grape varieties like Petit Verdot and Cabernet Sauvignon are in need of high temperatures in the late phase, but September was abnormally cool in the Ronda area.


This year’s harvest is expected to be very good quality. The wine district is Serrania de Ronda grown grapes Pinot noir, Tempranillo, Merlot, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon and Petit Verdot. There are 200 acres of vineyards in the area and some twenty wine-house or bodegas.


Andalusia loses almost 38 million Euros in exports to Russia


The southern Spanish region of Andalusia is one of the places most affected by the Russian embargo. Last year exported Andalusia food to Russia to a value of about 75 million. And while Russia is on the 17th place of the countries that import most raw materials from Andalusia so the effect is significant.


These are mainly products such as fruits, vegetables, olives, olive oil and meat and then Andalusia’s economy largely based on these basic foods, it creates a hole in the budget.


According to La Agencia Andaluza de Promoción Exterior-Extenda, dependiente de la Consejeria de Economía, Innovación, Ciencia y Empleo (Export Council under the Ministry of Economy, Innovation, Science and Business), show the latest figures that the region loses more than 37.5 million Euros on Russia’s imports during in 2014.


Junta de Andalucía asks, however, that producers should be patient and refer to the EU is working to finalize details of a plan of what funds will be used to compensate for farmers’ losses, and herein assured that the Junta de Andalucía will not hesitate when it comes to asking for more funds if needed.

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Corrupt Pujol family major construction plans in Ronda Spain

Sunday, September 21st, 2014

New revelations show that the powerful Catalonia ex-president, Jordi Pujol, had big plans in Malaga province. His term with the corrupt son, Jordi Pujol Ferrusola “Junior” was involved in several shady contracts for construction of the scandal golf project Los Merinos Norte in Ronda – which, however, never came.


Jordi Pujol Ferrusola demanded approximately 1.1 million Euros in fees in order to “facilitate and provide advice” for business contracts totaling 43 million Euros, it is nearly three percent of the total amount.


The work of excavation for the huge project began in September 2006, but the locals were deeply divided on the issue of golf courses and the related construction would be beneficial to the municipality or drive it to the brink of ecological disaster due to the high water, in a rural area characterized by drying.


Los Merinos would be built very close to the Natural Park of Sierra de las Nieves. The project consisted of two golf courses, 800 luxury villas Marbella on the huge plot of land, a five-star hotel and an international school.


But several environmental groups and local residents, including the aging Sir Alistair Boyd, launched a comprehensive protest against the new project and the same year, 2012, annulled the permit on the Andalucian Supreme Court on the grounds that there were insufficient guarantees of future water supply in the area.


Two years later, it has now emerged that the Pujol family, who are suspected of collecting illegal bribes and corruption in Catalonia, also had extensive interests in the failed prestigious building in Ronda in Andalusia.

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Building a China Town in Provence Malaga Antequera

Thursday, October 31st, 2013

Chinese investors have taken a sharp eye on the northern part of Malaga province, there are plans to build a completely new “China Town”.
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The selected land area is in the vicinity of the place outside Antequera who is designated to build the future new airport.
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“China town” is expected to attract up to 200 million euros from a number of wealthy European and Chinese investors who all believe in a strong growth in the Chinese market.

 

The project will be presented to the  Andalusian Government, the Junta de Andalucía, which has the final word on the matter. For the new China Town to be possible to be built there must be major changes in the local government construction plans.
 
Plans for a future building work of a China Town has already raised the price of land in Antequera Valley according to the newspaper Sur who has talked to several farmers in the area in that particular area.
 
Fear of speculation and rising land prices has meant that it has released very little information about the new mega projects; China Town is designed by an architect from Malaga.

 

Double wine harvest in Ronda, North of Marbella
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In Ronda area north of Marbella has grape harvest completed. First reports speak of a brilliant wine year with double the harvest compared to last year.
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Last year 900 million kilograms grapes this year was 1,700.000 one million kilograms grapes of high quality. Thanks to last year’s rains and summer that was slightly cooler than normal, it will be a record harvest in the Serrania de Ronda who has over twenty bodegas and 200 acres of vineyards.
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-We expect a 50 per cent larger vintage of wine from last year and 20 percent compared to a typical year, says Rafael Cordero at Asahiah.
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Production is scheduled to land at 1.35 million bottles where between 75 to 80 percent are red and the rest is rosé and white. Between 30 to 35 percent is exported.
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The most common grapes in Ronda area is Pinot Noir, Tempranillo, Merlot, followed by Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit verdot and Chardonnay.

 

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Large renovation of San Pedro Marbella beaches

Sunday, May 26th, 2013

The beach at San Pedro Alcántara towards Marbella redevelopment including 15,000 cubic meters of new sand.
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San Pedro Marbella Beach council Antonio Espada confirms that the beach is undergoing a major regeneration area in many years. Coastal strip at the San Pedro Alcantara is one of those who lose most sand and last year was almost no armament, lack of funds.
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Besides the addition of sand has Marbella municipality had access to a machine that cleans stones. About 20 percent of the beach reported consists of rocks, which recently cleared and removed, before the bathing season.

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Old town of Mijas Pueblo is getting a facelift.
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First Estepona and now Mijas Pueblo, during the next year will several places in the Old City being renovated and redone. This applies plaza Virgen de la Peña, La Puente, La cañada they Gertrudis, plaza de la Constitución and roads la Cañada and calle Malaga.
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Just like the old town of Estepona which has become incredibly beautiful must also Mijas Pueblo for a finished look. 4.8 million Euros is earmarked for the project which is expected to take one year.
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Among other things, the plaza Virgen de la Peña totally traffic free which means that 40 parking spaces will disappear. The current square dates back to the early 70′s and is surrounded by shops and restaurants.

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Cruise tourism generates 56.6 million Euros to Malaga
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80 per cent of passengers on cruise ships calling at Malaga port visits the city. About half a million cruise tourists took the opportunity to visit Malaga last year, generating revenues of 56.6 million Euros.
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Malaga’s cultural scene and the beautiful old town or Centro Histórico attracted last year, 80 percent of cruise tourists. Ten years ago, only 20 percent of the guests who came from the sea, who visited the city.
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Teatro Romano, Alcazaba, Picasso Museum, the Cathedral and Gibralfaro are some of the places that attracted 80 percent of the 651,000 tourists who entered the harbor in 2012. Many choose to also visit Granada, Ronda, Cordoba, Nerja, Mijas and Marbella. It shows a study Sopde commissioned on behalf of the Port Authority.
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The number of cruise tourists has decreased slightly during the Spanish economic crisis. 2014 is expected tourism to the sea to rise again.

 

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Romantic and bandits Ronda attract with new tourism project

Monday, May 13th, 2013

The beautiful community of Ronda or “Ciudad del Tajo”, the May 31 and June 1-2 to arrange a new tourism project under the name “The romantic Ronda”. During the 17 and 1800′s the place was known to attract romantics – and bandits.

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Now think about the municipality’s tourism operators recreate the bygone days when Ronda was an exciting and dramatic place to travel to. The place was known among bandits and smugglers, shepherds, artisans and writers who came here in pursuit of adventure.

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At the end of May / June, Ronda’s exciting history recreated which will attract thousands of tourists. Extras, artisans, entrepreneurs, artists and representatives of some 140 groups are involved in organizing this event writes the Spanish newspaper ABC.

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Ronda’s bullfighting cradle and birthplace of flamenco song and from now on it will be the cradles of romance hope the tourist operators in Ronda. Deputy Mayor and Tourism Council Isabel Barriga said that the event will be a tribute to the community in the Serrania de Ronda.

 

Nerja main attraction even at night
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The cliffs next to the Balcon de Europa in Nerja be illuminated at night. Nerja municipal leaders have presented a project for the beautification of the coastal strip at a cost of 90,000 Euros. It applies while the support of the Provincial Council for the project, property Marbella.

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Beach Council Nieves Atencia (PP) points out that the famous Balcon de Europa is visited not only the day but also at night, and the beautiful coastline deserves to be admired both by day and night.

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Requirements for abolishing tolls on toll highway AP-7

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Mijas municipality requires that toll highway AP-7 is free. All councilors in Mijas have voted for an application to the State that the toll will be abolished. The aim is to relieve the busy coast road A7, just by Mijas include several dangerous points with a high accident rate.

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Beach Council Nieves Atencia (PP) points out that the famous Balcon de Europa is visited not only the day but also at night, and the beautiful coastline deserves to be admired both by day and night.

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Building Council in Mijas Manuel Navarro (PP) says that toll highway is among the most expensive in Spain and that, if the fee is not completely abolished, should at least be greatly reduced.

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Spain Environment Minister Miguel Arias Canete new coastal law

Saturday, April 20th, 2013

What do they intend to do about the 20.000 illegal properties listed within the coastal zone? Tear or destroy them down?

 

There was not spared criticism of the socialist opposition party as Environment Miguel Arias Canete to defend the Government’s reform of the Coastal Law, which means legalization of thousands of illegal coastal properties and homes.

 

Environment Minister lashed out at the country’s former Socialist government, which took a lenient with decades of illegal property  Mediterraneaspeculation along the coveted Spanishn coast.

 

- And now they saw and said that the illegal construction, which they themselves have caused, have been built to be demolished, raged Minister for the Environment and pointed to the monster hotel, El Algarrobico in Almeria, as the worst horror example of the party’s double standards.

 

- What are they going to do about the 20.000 illegal properties and homes, built while they were in power? Will they close the 2.500 hotels that were built in the time PSOE governed Spain? No well, for they will not do anything. It has, they not done in all the years they have been in power, in addition to bringing legal certainty in danger raged Minister.

 

The current Coastal Law expires in 2018. The Spanish government wants to ensure that illegal construction is not granted tightening in coastal law to extend existing concessions by a further 75 years.

 

120,000 empty properties in the province of Malaga

In search of a residence in the Spanish sun? Then we can report that there are plenty of empty properties in the province of Malaga. During the last decade building boom linked to the economic crisis left 120,000 vacant properties.
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This is reflected in the latest statistics of the properties stock that INE released yesterday, showing the changes that occurred between 2001 and 2011. Province currently has 120,611 empty properties which represents 13.4 percent of the total number of dwellings.
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Most vacant homes on the Costa del Sol have Malaga city and Marbella. There are many stunning and luxury Marbella apartments and Marbella villas for sale. In Rincón de la Victoria and Cártama, the number of vacant properties increased most in the last ten years, 413 percent and 132 percent, followed by Mijas, 98%, Nerja, 93%, Ronda, 58.7%, and Fuengirola, with 31.5% .

 

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Marbella San Pedro tunnel opened to traffic in December

Saturday, August 6th, 2011

Road works with the six-kilometer-long thoroughfare through San Pedro Alcántara Marbella municipality will be finished in December. Then the tunnel will be ready and thoroughfare open to traffic. The project has since its inception encountered several problems. Heavy rain storms created flooding in the area of ​​Cañada Ortega, who in turn created drainage problems at Plaza Vista Alegre.

“I can reassure all residents that all problems are sorted and the tunnel will be completed and opened in December,” said Miguel Troyano, deputy mayor of the community of San Pedro Alcántara. Coast road A-7 passing through San Pedro has an average of 65,000 vehicles per day. The project to make a tunnel under the San Pedro began four years ago. Above the A-7 construction planned a city park of 90,000 square meters.

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Malaga province municipalities has a huge mountain of debt

Friday, June 3rd, 2011

The province’s new mayor and city council as start operating June 11 are facing a very complex task; to take care of the huge debt mountain in the province’s municipalities.

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On May 22, were the municipal elections in Spain. On June 11, begins the new term of office seriously and municipalities in the province of Malaga is facing an enormous problem in the next four years. Of all Spanish provinces has Malaga the fourth highest mountain of debt, only Madrid, Barcelona and Valencia are worse.

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Overall debt burden is at 1.202 billion Euros. The economic crisis has been hard out municipalities in the province. Expenditure, investment and maintenance has not been offset by the revenue from such construction industry has collapsed like many property marbella.

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The result is that many communes have borrowed money to keep up the pace of investment. From 2008 to 2010 increased the number of loans by 25.7 percent, from 956 million Euros to 1.202 billion Euros. The building of Marbella apartments and Marbella villas is good examples of bad investmests for the municialities.

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Malaga city accounts for 61 percent of the debt mountain of 743 million Euros. Benalmadena is located in a not creditable second place with 87 million Euros. Here, however, guilt attribution dropped by six million Euros a year. This is followed Estepona and Ronda with debts of 25.7 million Euros and 13.4 million Euros.

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Municipalities in the Costa del Sol which has seen growing debt mountain is Alhaurín el Grande (+174%), Antequera (+114%), Marbella (+106.5), Fuengirola (+82.4%), Torremolinos (+64%), Rincon de la Victoria (+58.5%) and Coin (+55%).

 

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Housing Prices Have Fallen Most in the Province of Malaga

Thursday, April 21st, 2011

The price of vacant homes in Malaga province continues to fall. This applies to older homes of the matrix as apartments, townhouses and villas also regard the new properties. Housing demand is very low, while there is an abundance of unsold homes in the province of Malaga. According to recent figures from the Spanish Development Ministry, Ministerio de Fomento, was the price 1.826 Euros per square meter in the first quarter of 2011. Its a price reduction of 22.3 percent compared with 2008 when the price per square meter was 2.348 Euros in the province of Malaga.

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The prices have fall in Malaga province with 522 Euros per square meter or 41.000 Euros for an apartment of 80 square meters and the price decline has slowed. Compared with last year, prices have continued to fall by 8.0 percent. Properties prices have fallen most in the province of Malaga in terms of all of Spain. On average, prices in Spain fell by 15.4 percent. Madrid is second to Malaga in price by 21.5 percent. In Madrid, the square meter price has fallen by 644 Euros, from 3.004 Euros to 2.360 Euros.

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On the Costa del Sol, prices have fallen most in Estepona by 40% and Marbella with 28.6%. In Estepona has the price per square meter fell from 2.939 Euros to 1.767 Euros. In Marbella, have it fall with 800 Euros to 2.023 Euros. Experts and analysts is agree that Properties prices must fall further this year by between 5 to 10 percent to reach a price cut of 30 percent compared to 2008. Buildings companies of new constructions, however, claims that prices can not fall more. Fernando Encinar, head of idealista.com say that housing prices could fall to the same level as in 2002.

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Here are the price cuts in percent between the years 2008 and first quarter 2011:

Malaga city -26.8

Marbella 28.6

Torremolinos -24.7

Benalmádena -27.8

Fuengirola -25.1

Mijas -26.3

Estepona -39.9

Velez Malaga -29.6

Alhaurín de la Torre -19.8

Antequera -18.8

Ronda -22.3

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The price per square meter (first quarter):

2006: 2155.5

2007: 2254.7

2008: 2348.3

2009: 2113.5

2010: 1985.5

2011: 1826.5

Source: Ministry of Development, Ministerio de Fomento.

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Costa del Sol Fantastic Free Live-Music Shows every Evening

Friday, February 25th, 2011
Costa del Sol has so much offered us who live here or the holiday’s tourists. Many of Europe’s golf courses, miles of sandy beaches, skiing in Sierra Nevada, Ronda, Alhambra in Granada, Museums like Picasso Museum in Malaga, Theaters for some examples of what Costa del Sol have to offer us. But one thing have I miss totally, I have seen it week after week over the 12 years I have living here in Benalmadena, Fuengirola and Marbella without thinking or looking at it. We can all the time pick up free magazines everywhere like; Essential Marbella Magazine, Hot Marbella Magazine, Costa del Sol home Magazine, Euroweekly, SurinEnglish and many more free magazines. They advertising about Marbella apartments, furnish companies, car sales branches, property in Marbella for sale, shopping centers sale-out and million more things. But what I had missed in the magazines is all advertises for the live-music bars and live-music restaurants who offer so fantastic good artistes for entertainment every evening on so many places.
 
 
 

Alexandra Avery as Tina Turner, Cher, Britney Spears

Over the last 3 months have I visit many live-music places as Cloud Nine, Buzbys, Fuengirola Port, Bonanza Square and many more to listen too fantastic artistes on the stage, I found some really outstanding artist like Alexandra Avery, a beautiful English/Irish songbird with a vocal cabaret show of top class, Mad Terry, a Englishman who have no frames at all when he do his song and show, Lindsay Rose, Lennox Davis for example. Many of then have a past from England, Germany, Ireland and Scandinavian where they was and are still very good artistes, but like many of our self, they also like the tranquil and cam life stile and living here in Costa del Sol under the sun. So next time you are at Costa del Sol and out in the town look for some of the free magazine and just grab any of them and you can find many good and free entertainments show for the evening. My recommendation is to find and look at Alexandra Avery show. Costa del Sol is not only about properties, townhouses, villas and apartments in Marbella, Fuengirola and Benalmadena.
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