By Linda Hall • 18 September 2020 • 15:37
IFACH: A protected national park.
THE Peñon de Ifac national park’s board of governors countered Calpe town hall claims of squatters in the Casal d’Ifac.
The villa, bought by a previous regional government in 1999, is located inside the park. Restored at considerable expense for visiting dignitaries, it has never been occupied and is now in a state of disrepair.
The park board admitted that tramps occasionally broke in, spending a night there before moving on, but insisted there were no permanent squatters.
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