February vol 16, issue 1
We hope you have had a good first two months of the year and already have your visit to Pueblo Evita planned. If not contact
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Pueblo Evita News


Our roof top pool is now closed for the season although the terrace area remains open for sunbathing.

Pool opening times from 10.00 am to 6.00 pm
Pools will alternate between the main outdoor pool and the indoor pool
- dependent on weather conditions.

Reminder about obligatory use of caps and flip flops in the indoor pool. You can bring your own or purchase at reception before entering the area.

Staff Members Special
We are pleased to follow our annual tradition and announce the Employee of the Year and also name the employees who celebrate their 30, 20 and 10 years working in Pueblo Evita Club.
This year the Employee of the Year was Salvador Valverde, from our Housekeeping department, followed by Alberto Moreno (also from our Housekeeping department). Both have proven to be team players, highly motivated and full of fellowship. No job is too big or too small for them. Both are highly artistic with Salvador being an author and Alberto a painter, which means that any “artistic touches” around the resort always has them leading the work.
In 2018 we also had Francisco Fernandez Moreno (Head of Maintenance Department) celebrating his 30 years in Pueblo Evita, Juan Manuel Calle Marín (Head of Community Maintenance) celebrating 20 years. Mike Bailey (Managing Director) also celebrating 20 years and Fernando Ramirez Zinckel (Maintenance Department) celebrating 10 years
Pueblo Evita Maintenance & Housekeeping
Main pool had a lot of the side walls tiles replaced and is ready now for the new season.

New non slip tiles where fitted on the edge of the ramp by Sam’s Bar and also on the ramp leading from Sam’s to the Clubhouse.
4 air conditioning units were replaced and the maintenance team has gone through most apartments replacing, checking and painting.

Housekeeping team followed our maintenance guys to clean throughout and washed upholsteries, curtains and cushions
Off the beaten track - Málaga
Pompidou Centre
There’s a Pompidou Centre in Paris but the only centre outside France is in Malaga. It’s now been open for nearly a year and its striking multi-coloured cube has become one of the most famous sights in Malaga. Inside, there’s a feast of avant-garde art and installations waiting to be discovered as well as temporary exhibitions showcasing the best in art forms such as video and photography.


They arrived nearly 3,000 years ago and they’re still on the beaches in Malaga. No longer used for fishing but in rowing races. Check out these unique craft – another one of those things you can only find in Malaga – in Pedregalejo and El Palo. BTW: visiting the shipyards building a jabega replica is one of the 5 most unusual things to do in Malaga.
One of the most challenging things you can find in Malaga is coffee. Not where to drink it – there are dozens of great bars and cafés in Malaga – or how it’s made (usually well). No, the difficult thing is asking for it.
Malaga is famed throughout Spain as having one of the longest lists of types of coffee. The sort depends on how much coffee and milk is in each one and each one has its own name. Check out the tiled wall at Café Central on Plaza de la Constitución.

Noria Mirador Princess

The Málaga’s Eye is situated at the port of Málaga, right next to the historical centre of the city. Due to its 70 meters of height, you have a chance to enjoy a spectacular view of the Costa del Sol’s capital city.
Visitors may take advantage of a 15 minute ride, viewing the city from a 360 degree perspective and a bird’s eye view of such important monuments like the Málaga Cathedral, The Alcazaba fortification, Calle Larios or Muelle uno. This is a different and unique way to enjoy the city
Key dates on the costa Malaga Theatre Festival

Film locations

February – The month of the Almond Blossom

Málaga's Carnival

12th Cycle of Chamber Music Concerts
Pueblo Evita Talent
Francisco Carmona and Salvador Valverde, work colleagues at Pueblo Evita, are preparing a series of documentaries dedicated to various chapters of the history of Málaga called “Málaga y sus historias”. Carmona’s audiovisual experience and Valverde’s investigation skills, make them a perfect fit for this adventure produced by Cenacho Productores. They both met fifteen years ago at Pueblo Evita, where this project was born in June 2018.
The first chapter, which is 20 minutes long, is named “Sangre y arena en La Malagueta”, it is dedicated in memory of the bullfighter Manuel Báez Gómez “Litri” who died in 1926 and also explains the Royal visit to the city of the Spanish King and Queen during that time. A popular first projection, in a private showing, took place in the main office for the cultural association Casa de Melilla on the 19th of January. There are other dates organised for its projection in different institutions in Málaga. No fixed amount of chapters has been set as they are aware that the history of Málaga is very extensive. In only a few months, you may be able to view them free of charge in YouTube Málaga y sus historias.
We highly recommend this coming season
Butterfly Park
Open all year round
Open all year round
Open all year round
Selwo Adventure
Open from 15th January
Open from 15th January
Parque La Paloma
Open all year round