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Re: Earthquakes Marbella to fuengirola

by Raul » Fri Jan 18, 2019 8:38 am

You are welcome!
I'm happy to contribute to your peace of mind on the subject :D

About the issue with the account is because I have to manually approve the forum posts of newcomers; If not this would be full of spam.

Now that you have an account, do not hesitate in asking anything else you wonder about. Would be also nice to hear about your experience moving to Malaga!

Kind regards from the sunny Malaga! ;)

Re: Earthquakes Marbella to fuengirola

by liaven2 » Thu Jan 17, 2019 5:41 pm

It seems like my previous account had some issues so made another account!
Thank you very much for replying!
It makes the choices a lot easier for us!
I don’t think I will worry about the earthquake situation anymore! 😊

Have a great day!

Kind regards from the cold of Norway ❄️

Re: Earthquakes Marbella to fuengirola

by Liaven » Thu Jan 17, 2019 5:15 pm

Thank you kindly for your reply! I appreciate you answering me!
it made me more certain that I won’t have any issues moving in the area!

Hope you have an awesome day! ☀️

Kind regards from the cold of Norway ❄️

Re: Earthquakes Marbella to fuengirola

by Raul » Wed Jan 16, 2019 4:03 pm

Hello Liaven!
Don't worry I can understand perfectly your question.

I have never been worried about earthquakes here. Telling the true I can only think of one or two times I could feel one earthquake a little, and just because I was living on a tenth floor. The feeling was very light and objects didn't move at all.

The last big earthquake in the peninsule was in 1755 and focused in Lisbon. There is a tectonic joint between the peninsule and Africa continent, but moving very slowly, 2 mm a year I read. It would require many centuries for a big earthquake like that one.

In Andalucia the activity when present is more felt on the eastern, like Granada, Almeria and east of Malaga. The earthquake origin was always very far from the coast into the sea.

My opinion is that we do not have to worry, I don't even think our children will have to worry...further than that, let them find out :-) I'm not a geologist, I can only say it's not something I care about.

Earthquakes Marbella to fuengirola

by Liaven » Wed Jan 16, 2019 3:35 pm

Hello! I just found this forum and was wondering if you all could give me your thoughts about the earthquakes I’m hearing people I know here in Norway fear..

My misses and I are looking into moving down in that area in about 3 years, as we’re then debt free and kids are grown by then.

So for now we’re planning on traveling and staying different locations in that time period.

Now back to the question, he he sorry
Should we take anything into consideration regarding earthquakes and you who live there, is it something you think about often?.

I’d be very appreciative for any information on the subject!

Thank you kindly in advance. And sorry for my English. Hope it’s understandable 😅



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