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The San Pedro tunnel is about 1km in length on the A-7 (N-340)
The delay in starting was the result of necessary modifications in the design, but for the many thousands of road users who have suffered long delays in passing through San Pedro over the years, especially over the busy tourist season, this was a delay well worth waiting for.The building of the tunnel will also speed up traffic over it, because current yet vital traffic lights will be eliminated.
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The problem however is the time we all have to wait for this to complete. Scheduled to take a year and a half, the planners saw no option but to divert traffic on this part of the A-7 during this period. An average of 60,000 vehicles pass through this point every day, and now are having to use the 2km southern by-pass instead, causing certainly at peak hours, traffic jams.
It is expected to cost some €60 million, of which €24 million has already been set aside in the coming state budget. The project will be developed in four phases;
Marbella University has good answers to that:
“To study in Marbella is to absorb a truly international environment, free from pollution where it is safe and secure. Equally important there is easy and cheap access to the culturally rich cities of Granada, Seville and Cadiz.
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To Marbella’s quality of life can be added a unique lifestyle experience considered by many to be Elysian. It is doubtful if anywhere else on earth is so complementary to the perfect education and graduation.
Studying in Marbella means living in an international environment with residents from all over the world, free from pollution and only a stone’s throw away from amazing world renowned cultural opportunities.”
There is no doubt that Marbella University is a plus for Costa del Sol, and at CASA:UNA we are looking forward to next season with the new university.
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The market every Saturday goes from Centro Plaza parking and continues passed the Bullring to the large round-about.
You can buy all sorts of things, including clothes, shoes, bags, suitcases, fruit and vegetables.
The market disrupts the life in Nueva Andalucia, but it is also a life generating activity. Visit the market on a Saturday and experience the buzzing market life.
Every Saturday 9 am to 2 pm – don’t go late…
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Marbella Friday morning in January
Up to 20 workers are right now making sure that the visitors this summer will have a better experience when walking along the beaches of Marbella.
Although it is cold and it has been raining the past few days, the workers are making a concentrated effort on the new promenade, and it is lovely that the Town Hall has decided to do this work off season.
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During this first week of this new decade, we are seeing, like most of the UK, very abnormal weather. One minute we have beautiful sunny blue skies with a nice temperature for January, the next minute we are experiencing horrendous rain, thunder and lightening storms.
Certainly the forecast for UK doesn’t look good for the next few weeks however our weather should be very short lived.
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