The Sunday Market is moving….

November 26th, 2011

No, not the whole market….. In a bid to bring more visitors to the seafront area of Sabinillas during the winter months,  Sabinillas Sunday market is moving to the Sabinillas Beach front area of Sabinillas during the winter months, Manilva’s Commerce Department has decided  that some 50 stalls from the Sunday Market will be relocated to the Paseo Maritimo in Sabinillas. This […]

 

Foxes Restaurant – Sabinillas

November 26th, 2011

Fantastic offer on at Foxes restaurant in Sabinillas. We had appointments over lunchtime yesterday so instead of lunch, we went out for an 11am brunch. Foxes are offering a bacon or sausage bap with coffee or tea for €2.95. Two sausages in a crispy yet soft bap, oozing with ketchup…..very naughty but oh so very nice!! Foxes can be […]

 

Christmas is coming…..

November 26th, 2011

OK that’s it, I admit it – Christmas is coming!! The decorations are up in Mercadonna,  up in Carrefour, and up in Supersol!! The chocolate Santas, chocolate coins and sugar “coal” are on the shelves and I heard two Christmas songs on the radio yesterday!! No Christmas light up in the street yet but these should […]

 

A perfect morning in Sabinillas

November 26th, 2011

What a beautiful day!! After last weekend when it rained all weekend, this Saturday has dawned brilliantly sunny, no wind, and very pleasantly warm. The Mediterranean sea is lapping gently against the sandy beach and it’s easy to forget that we are almost into December. It’s the perfect day for a stroll along the paseo, stopping for a coffee or […]

 

Estepona ..Pizza, Pasta ….and police Station

November 14th, 2011

Last week, we decided to try the Italian restaurant Venizia in Estepona.  Although empty when we arrived (it was 1.20pm so early for Spanish lunch) it soon got busier. The service was very efficient and the food great. Three  lasagnes and a (rather large) four seasons pizza later, we all came away feeling very full […]

 

Selling property in Manilva: Market it, Film it and Sell it in the Winter Chill

November 2nd, 2011

Now Comes the Winter Chill …Well, not quite as chilly as good old England but, it has to be said, chillier than the seemingly endless steaming hot summer we’ve just endured. And thank God, too! Filming urbanisations in the cooler weather of an Iberian autumn has its obvious advantages. Less perspiration, for one. But it […]

 

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