WHERE does one start with the list of activities for your amusement and entertainment for next week or so? Friday night, March 25 marks the first anniversary of the monthly Classic Car gathering, Noche del Coche at Marina Salinas. Although the nights maybe slightly brighter, only a few of the hard core have been participating over the winter months, waiting for the nights of April through September when the days are longer and temperature is rising.
For Classic and Specialist car fans, the Sunday Drivers Club will be meeting on Sunday March 27 at Di Vinci’s Bisto, just off the
Everyone is welcome to attend, to bring along your car or bike, or just stop by to browse, have coffee or breakfast and enjoy the display. www.NocheDelCoche.com
From Friday April 1 through Sunday April 3, at the IFA Exhibition Centre beside the Airport in
Last year’s event attracted 60 motor trade exhibitors and 16,261 visitors.
The show features sales of new and used cars, Km 0, motorcycles, vans plus Products and Services for drivers, motorcycle clothing, financial services, insurance and motoring associations. Doors are open from 10.30 to 9pm. More info from www.feria-alicante.com.
On Saturday and Sunday mornings at the
On Wednesday March 30, the first Torrevieja Business Expo takes place inside a giant marquee of almost 3,000 square metres, double the normal size, on Torrevieja’s Harbour Fairground site.
Opening day has been set aside as a business-to-business event from 9.30am to 6pm but any other local businesses that wish to network with exhibitors are invited to attend from 2pm until the fair closes for the day.
The exhibition is open to the public from 31 March to April 3, doors open from 9.30 to 21.30-hrs. There are more than 100 exhibitors on display plus a full agenda of entertainment from around noon, during the whole exhibition. Admission is free and, if the response to the Outlet Fair is taken as a guideline, the exhibitors expect 60,000 visitors over the four public days of the show. More information at www.expotorrevieja.es.
By Keith Nicol