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Apr 19

Spanish resorts want to promote a safe and upmarket image of nightlife

Spanish holiday hotspots are aiming to change their nightlife image by appointing special mayors who would be in charge of entertainment regulations and safety controls. Cities such as Valencia, Madrid, Barcelona and Seville, as well as the island of Tenerife in the Canaries, are interested in following the lead of Amsterdam which has had the figurehead for five years.
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Apr 19

“Please don’t deplete popcorn beach”, tourists are urged

Tourists visiting a beautiful bay in the Canaries which has been nicknamed “popcorn beach” because of its unusual algae are being urged to respect the environment and not take handfuls away. Council leaders in the municipality of La Oliva in Fuerteventura are so fed up with the situation at “playa del Hierro” that they are backing a major campaign to educate the public about the harm they are doing.
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Apr 19

New beach for El Hierro

Work has started on the second phase of remodelling of the beach of Varadero in La Estaca on El Hierro. It will concentrate on restoration, providing accessibility and security. Special attention is being paid to the finishing touches, masonry, street lighting and a new central access to the beach and staircase.
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Apr 19

Canaries fly high as 35 new routes opened

Airlines continue to open routes to the Canary Islands, despite the difficult time that aviation is going through. This summer season will see the opening of 35 new connections that will link the archipelago with different European and North African cities, as well as improving connectivity also between the islands.
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Apr 19

Another first for Loro Parque with Australian arrivals

Loro Parque, recognised as the best zoo in the world, has recently incorporated a group of young black cockatiels to its aviaries from Australia.
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