Manilva and Casares promenades to join???

January 31st, 2014

Finally it looks like this could actually happen…. something that will benefit both residents and visitors alike and something that been spoken about for years but nothing has actually happened… According to town hall sources, the contract to build a bridge over the Manilva river,  has now been awarded to a company and , as […]


Free trip to Malaga Basketball for 10-12 year olds in Manilva

January 30th, 2014

The Sports delegation of Manilva have organised a trip to Malaga to see the “Minicopa del Rey”. The “Copa del Rey” (Kings cup) is a huge annual basketball tournament with Spain’s best teams competing to be champions. Alongside this event, is the  “Minicopa del Rey” where the top 8 ranked children’s teams in Spain compete in […]


Manilva Town hall extends registration period to split IBI payments.

January 29th, 2014

Manilva town hall have announced that you can still register to pay the 2014 IBI bill by direct debit or set up a monthly payment plan if you wish. The original closing date for applications was 31st December but this has now been extended until 14th February.  Bear in mind that if you pay by […]


Skatepark now open in Manilva

January 28th, 2014

In October 2013, we reported that a new skate park was being planned for Manilva, well, it’s here. The park opened a few weeks ago and is already proving to be a huge hit with the  children and teenagers. It’s situated behind the sports centre in Manilva – (you can’t see it from the road) […]


Charity night at El Molino Sabinillas

January 27th, 2014

Manilva’s local charity, The Duquesa Charitable Society of St. George are holding a fundraising event at El Molino in Sabinillas on Wednesday 19th February at 8 pm. The event is entitled Music from the Movies and Musicals, and will be an evening of live music performed by some of the Costa del Sol’s  finest artists, including Frank Skott, Antony […]


Canicross and Bikejoring races in Manilva

January 27th, 2014

Now, this is all new to be… I’d never heard of either of these sports but, on further research, I’ve realised that both sports are extremely popular all across Europe. If, like me, you’d never heard of them, basically, Canicross is  cross country running with dogs.  Either one or two dogs are attached to the runner via a waist […]


Practice your Spanish over coffee in Duquesa

January 24th, 2014

The foreign residents department of Manilva have been organising “intercambio” language exchange coffee mornings for the past year and they have proved extremely popular and successful. They have just announced that the  coffee mornings for this spring will be held on Tuesdays and Fridays at Kinsales bar in Duquesa port at 10.30am. So, come enjoy […]


Lets go skiing… 4 day trip to Sierra Nevada

January 23rd, 2014

It’s hard to believe that while we are basking in 19º sunshine here in Manilva in January, in just over 2 hours, you can be on the snowy slopes of the Sierra Nevada – a whole world apart!! An easy way to make the most of this is to go on one of the many […]


Manilva Exhibits at International tourism fair

January 23rd, 2014

Once again, Manilva’s tourism department will be promoting Manilva at the “Fitur” international tourism fair in Madrid.  This trade fair take place every year in January and it is a great platform from which to “sell” Manilva.  FITUR 2014  in Madrid will feature more than 12,000 exhibitors from 170 different countries and regions.  For this reason […]


Santa Ana Church Manilva re-opens in February

January 20th, 2014

One of Manilva’s outstanding and renowned landmarks, the Santa Ana Church has undergone an extensive repair and restoration programme. The church, which originally dates from 1783 has not had any substantial work performed on it for since the 1960’s and was in desperate need of repair.  Given the history of the church and it’s importance to […]


Hamilton's Blog


Share on: