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The regional news from the morning show of Monday, December 5, 2022

Written by on 5 December 2022

Here is the most important regional news we reported this morning in the Dutch morningshow:

The town of Javea and the University of Alicante have created an underwater museum of sorts in the archaeologically rich bay of Portitxol, where divers can go diving for prepared marine archaeological finds at several stations. There, panels explain the origin of the finds. In particular, it concerns numerous anchors of sunken ships, which are designated as historic. Red buoys are available for visiting boats to anchor, yellow buoys indicate the route to dive.


In an effort to brighten up the city, the mayor of Elche, Carlos Gonzalez, has announced that the city council has received €9,963,980 to carry out a facelift in the Porfirio Pascual neighborhood of Carrus. The Consell has now authorized the granting of grants to rehabilitate the neighborhood as part of the Restoration, Transformation and Resilience Plan. “The goal is to transform Porfirio Pascual and transform it into a neighborhood of the 21st century,” the mayor added. The proposed action covers an area of 18 buildings and 302 dwellings, with a population of 774 people. The area is characterized by the high vulnerability of the inhabitants in the residential, economic and social field and by a serious situation of substandard housing.


Between mid-June and mid-September this year, the free bus service between Teulada, Moraira and the beaches has carried more than 17,000 passengers. That’s almost 200 a day. This means a quadrupling compared to the summer of 2021. In addition to summer, the bus will also be used at Easter.