Malaga Skyline Set To Be Revolutionized By 135-metre Port Hotel

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The Qatari group Al Bidda has presented its plans to build a 135-metre-high skyscraper on the Dique de Levante, the jetty which delimits the eastern side of the busy port of Malaga, and hopes to open the building as a hotel and conference venue by the year 2020.

Spain’s coastal catalyst

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  COASTAL areas continue to lead the way in solidifying Spain’s property recovery and taking the industry to new heights, on a far more stable footing than seen during the boom years of the early millennium.

Benalmadena Rocked!

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HUNDREDS of rock fans descended on Benalmadena’s open air auditorium with t-shirts displaying allegiance to emblematic bands from the 70’s and 80’s, Pink Floyd, Sex Pistols, Led Zeppelin, AC/DC, Deep Purple and more.

A Cultural Hub Takes Form in Málaga

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Málaga has long been a vacation spot for sun lovers in search of an affordable beach getaway. The metropolis of about 600,000 in southern Spain and the capital of the eponymous Andalusian province is part of the country’s tourist-heavy Costa del Sol and full of beachside resorts offering all-inclusive packages at wallet-friendly prices.

Tips on Driving in Spain

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Without question, Spain has some wonderful driving roads as well as superb diverse scenery, but if you are considering driving here, then it’s worth mentioning that it has one of the highest accident rates in Europe!