AXARQUIA ANIMAL RESCUE NEED YOUR HELP!
We have rescued and rehomed over 1700 animals but we can only carry on with your help. It takes an army of volunteers to keep us operating effectively. There are many ways that you can help us:
Fostering saves lives. We pay for all the animal’s expenses and give you 110% support. You will have the full support of the AAR Team, a dedicated caseworker for 'your' animal who will be in constant communication with you. We will provide you all the necessary equipment and food for the animal’s care.
BECOME A KENNEL ANGEL
We use 2 kennels, one in Riogordo and the other in Puente Don Manuel. You will visit the dogs and play with them, groom them, socialise them, train them or just take them out and go for a walk or a coffee.
HELP AT OUR SHOP, MARKETS AND EVENTS
We need volunteers in our shop, at the markets and at our fundraising events. A sense of humour is essential as we like to have fun while we work. It's a great way to meet people and make new friends.
We need people to drive and collect/deliver animals and equipment, vet runs and airport runs.
Help with our Trap Neuter Return programme by putting out and monitoring traps, as well as transporting the cats to and from the vet.
BECOME A FLIGHT COMPANION
Do you fly regularly to other European Countries? Some of our dogs travel to new homes by air and need a companion to fly with.
JOIN OUR REHOMING TEAM
Can you spare a couple of hours a days on FB and be a Case Worker? You can make a real difference by being involved in the day to day rehoming of our animals. Help us with PR, photo editing, admin, and bump and share our posts on FB.
Bogus Gas Men
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All about Nerja
Nerja is located 53 kilometres east of Málaga on the Costa del Sol. It’s a pretty and interesting town, built on a cliff above numerous sandy coves.
The A-Z of Spanish food and drinks in true Sentinella style.
Atun (Tuna) – Highly healthy and really succulent when served in olive oil, together with a green salad.
This beach is approximately 1,700 meters long, it extends from the eastern end of the popular Andalusian coastal town of Nerja and spans far into the west reaching the outskirts of a small hotel complex. Playa Playazo is a little bit isolated from Nerja’s touristy town beaches; however you will find the beach restful and pleasurable.
This delightful beach can be accessed through a wide pathway of Nerja. It is approximately five minutes from the popular Balcón de Europa and it is close to the popular Irish Pub "Cochran's". Wheelchairs can access the wide steep route, which is surrounded with planted tall palm trees. The promenade is surrounded by beautiful tall trees that adds to the beauty of the beach.
In the exotic coastal town of Nerja, lies an exquisite Andalusian attraction called Playa Calahonda, it nestles to the east of the popular, Balcón de Europa. Playa Calahonda is surrounded by wild bushes and a varied rocky landscape. In the west there is a beautiful backdrop formed by many palm trees and the stone fortification of the Balcón de Europa can be easily seen. The lively bay is accessed by a broad set of steps paved with mosaics coming from the Plaza de Balcón. The fine pebbles and dark sand is one of the attractions of the beach.
Playa de Ferrara
Playa de Ferrara is a long beach and is located in the small Andalusian town of Torrox. El Faro lighthouse stands on a short breakwater that borders the beach to the east. There are coloured sands ranging from grey to beige and it covers a huge surface about 30 meters. It is around 45 minutes from Málaga.