archive-title Category Archives: Viva Manilva News

Category Archives: Viva Manilva News

Closure of swimming pools? A solution!

The lingering drought in Andalucia, a region renowned for its picturesque landscapes and abundant sunshine, has cast a shadow over the idyllic summer plans of many residents and tourists alike. As the region grapples with the consequences of prolonged dry spells, the potential closure of swimming pools in Manilva and along the Costa del Sol […]

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Regulations for the good use of the beaches

The Manilva City Council provides guidance on the correct usage of our local beaches, reminding everyone of the current regulations which include the following stipulations: Prohibition of animals: As stated in the Municipal Beach Regulations, published in the Official Provincial Bulletin no. 149 on August 4, 2005, the presence of animals on the Manilva coastline […]

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Fire Protection Information

From the Environment sector, urbanisations, conservation bodies, and private landowners situated adjacent to forested areas are reminded of their obligation to prepare and maintain Self-Protection Plans against forest fires. 🔷 According to the department led by Noelia Muñoz, these Self-Protection Plans will seek to establish the necessary measures and actions for combating forest fires and […]

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Beyond the Beach: Exploring the Cultural and Historical Heart of Manilva in Spain

Tucked between Estepona and the landmark Rock of Gibraltar, Manilva’s sandy shores and warm Mediterranean waters have long attracted sun-seekers and holidaymakers. However, this coastal area offers much more than just seaside relaxation for those willing to venture beyond the beach. While Manilva’s natural beauty and coastal atmosphere are undeniable draws, the true heart of […]

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Blue Alert 💧 Every Drop Counts in the Battle Against Drough

In the quaint coastal town of Manilva, a pressing environmental challenge looms large. As part of the Costa del Sol Occidental, Manilva finds itself in the throes of a severe and exceptional drought situation, a crisis that has prompted the local authorities to spring into action. The Junta de Andalucía’s declaration of this dire state […]

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Duty Pharmacies (24 hours) 2024 in Manilva

Here you have the calendar displaying the pharmacies on duty in Manilva, Sabinillas, and El Castillo for the year 2024. There are four pharmacies and one of them will be available around the clock. Sabinillas Pharmacy, Manilva Avenue 3 🟡 Sabinillas Pharmacy, La Paz Avenue (next to Mercadona) 🔴 Pharmacy of Puerto de la Duquesa […]

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Manilva News to Start 2023

Welcome to 2023 and to all the new residents and visitors to Manilva, Sabinillas, Duquesa and Casares Costa. We had a very welcome warm start to the new year which attracted more than the usual amount of visitors to our part of the Costa Del Sol. We would like to thank the team at The […]

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Is your business ready for 2023?

If you’re a business owner  in Manilva, Duquesa, Sabinillas or Casares we have a solution to help get your business online and attract more customers. Whether a restaurant or bar, beauty and hair salon or a tradesman and business offering a professional service it´s important to you to have an online presence to showcase your […]

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Get to Know Manilva Town of Málaga, Costa del Sol

What is Manilva like? This Andalusian municipality in the province of Malaga is located on the southwestern coast of Spain, in the Costa del Sol region bordering Casares, Estepona and the province of Cádiz. It is also surrounded by charming vineyards, small hills, small rivers, fascinating valleys and a large limestone quarry. Without forgetting that […]

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