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Torrevieja celebrates International Dance Day with dance marathon

Next Monday is International Dance Day and to celebrate it the Town Hall of Torrevieja together with the Municipal Institute of Culture and the Municipal School of Dance have put together a programme of events including the popular Dancing in the Street Marathon. The event, which has been celebrated globally since 1982, will take place …

New dates agreed for Torrevieja Sevillanas Fair

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Originally scheduled to take place from 8-12 May the City Council has not been able to meet the deadlines to formalise the contract, and...

Los Montesinos Mayor José leads Rojales and Torrevieja history tour for...

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By Andrew Atkinson Los Montesinos Town Hall received a round of applause from foreign residents who were invited to a taste of Vega Baja history...

Culture to spend 80,000 euros restoring El Maestre windmill

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Murcia Region’s Ministry of Culture is to refurbish the windmill El Maestre de San Javier, registered as an Asset of Cultural Interest (BIC), with...

 An Alicante paradise for the Chinese Dragon

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At the start of 4717, another Chinese New Year, as they celebrate the year of the pig, Alicante’s Chinese community, the fourth largest in...

Watercolours On Show At Mojácar’s “La Fuente” Art Gallery

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The Almería ‘Asociación de Acuarelistas’ are currently exhibiting a selection of their watercolours throughout January at Mojácar’s La Fuente Art Gallery, with more than...

Three Kings Parade brings magic to Costa streets

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Because Spain has a strong religious history, Christmas is a more holy festival, a time to spend with the family. Although some gifts may...

Silver Screen Spain; Better than Ever

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The statistics can lie to us or deceive us, but the facts are undeniable; international film making in Spain has never been better. ‘Movies Made...

Night of Souls to be enacted in Orihuela

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The Councillor for Culture, Mar Ezcurra, has announced the II Night of the Souls that will take place in Orihuela’s Historic Quarter, on the...

Mojácar makes fiesta preparations to honour their patron saint,Virgen Del Rosario

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Fiesta preparations are well underway in Mojácar to honour their Patron, Saint Virgen del Rosario. The event will take place on the 6th, 7th and...

Competition to capture the essence of Orihuela

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The Councillor for Culture, Mar Ezcurra, announced details of the V edition of the National Photography Contest of the City of Orihuela, organised by...

The first findings of the 2018 ‘Mojácar La Vieja’ Archaeological Project

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On Friday, October 19th, at 7 p.m. at Mojácar’s Centro de Usos Múltiples, this summer’s archaeological campaign ‘Mojácar la Vieja’ will be back on...

Anyone for a Timple?

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“How about a timple?” I was asked by an earnest assistant in one of the traditional music shops in Las Palmas. I had just...

Free Concert in Torrevieja’s Natural Park

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Music enthusiasts will be able to enjoy a new edition of "Music in the Park" next Friday, September 28, at 6:30 pm, in the...

Van Gogh Alive: The Experience in Alicante

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The exhibition “Van Gogh Alive – The Experience” will take place in Alicante from 13 September to 16 December 2018. Whilst on tour this has...

Pilar mayor warns Muslims not to sacrifice lambs at home

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The mayor of Pilar de la Horadada, Ignacio Ramos, has warned Muslims in the town that they are not allowed to kill animals in...

Five year old girl seriously injured during Elche Nit de l’Albà

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The Elche City Council said that the only serious injury incurred during Wednesday’s annual fireworks display, the Nit de l'Albà, is a five-year-old girl...

University of Philippines sweep the Habanera board

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The Philippine choir "University of the Philippines Singing Ambassadors" have been proclaimed the runaway winners of the 64th International Contest of Habaneras and Polyphony...

Looking forward to the Grand Parade

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In just under two weeks time Orihuela will once again provide the perfect setting for this traditional Spanish Fiesta as the streets of the...

Mojácar Hosts Viii World Gathering of the Tunas

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Last weekend, Mojácar played host to the musical University Tunas for their VIII World Meeting. These events began in the town in 2010 as a...

Art and Solidarity come together on Mojácar’s Promenade

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The weekend of March 3rd and 4th will see the first outdoor painting exhibition on Mojácar’s Paseo Marítimo, transforming the stretch from the Pueblo...

Italian Photographer, Ivan Mazocco, On Show In  Mojácar

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The "Fuente de Mojácar" Municipal Art Centre, which is located by the town’s emblematic fountain, has recently opened its doors to a photography exhibition...

The Artistic Fusion of Myriam Jimenez comes to Mojácar

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Mojacar’s Municipal Art Gallery, "La Fuente" is currently hosting an exhibition titled "Vela Blanca" by the Almerian artist Myriam Jiménez, in which she is...

ORIHUELA UPCOMING EVENTS.

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Two local events worth a visit The first is in Cabo Roig on Saturday and Sunday. It is a model soldier exhibition being held in...

SAN ISIDRO MURALS

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The Tourist office in Orihuela has sent details of the free special bus service that the Cultural and Coast departments have arranged for the weekend...

ANDALUCIA DAY CELEBRATIONS IN MOJÁCAR

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On February 28 Mojácar will celebrate Andalucía day, a festival to commemorate the Autonomous Community of Andalucía, with a series of events organized by...

URBAN ART LESSON IN MOJÁCAR SECONDARY SCHOOL

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Mojácar’s Rey Alabez secondary school now has a graffiti artwork made by the 4th year plastic art students in collaboration with two of the...

MOJÁCAR HOSTS THOMAS NEUKIRCH EXHIBITION

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The painter, Thomas Neukirch, is currently showing an interesting selection of his paintings in Mojácar’s ‘La Fuente’ gallery until 4th March.  Thomas, who was born...

TORREVIEJA CULTURAL PROGRAMME RELEASED

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Councillor Domingo Pérez, released the cultural programme for the first quarter of the year last week which he described as “Rich in humour and...

THE WRITER BEN CLARK RECITES HIS POEMS IN MOJÁCAR

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With the statement "Not all poets are dead", the writer Ben Clark began a recital of poetry at Mojácar’s “Rey Alabez" School, to an...