On the eve of the Spanish holiday season, authorities have identified at least 50 people who visited the Malecon area, one of two Spanish tourist resorts where a tourist died on Monday.
The Spanish tourist tourist, named only as Mario, was visiting the resort from a resort hotel when he fell off the cliff and landed on his head.
A man who saw the fall said he saw several tourists being rushed to the hospital with bloodied faces.
“He fell from the cliff,” the man told local news station TV5.
“He was a tourist, and I’m not sure why he did this.”
A total of 50 people, aged between 18 and 70, were involved in the incident, according to local media.
The death came a day after another tourist, aged 27, fell from a cliff in the same area, while another, aged 32, died in a hospital.
The two deaths are being investigated as possible suicide.
Authorities said that a man and a woman, both from Spain, were being questioned about the incident.
They were not injured.
“They will be arrested, and we will be able to establish whether the incident is linked to the two deaths,” police spokeswoman Lilian Ríos told local broadcaster Cadena SER.
“But I think this is one of those cases where there is so much speculation about the cause of death.”
The Spanish authorities are taking these cases seriously and will have to investigate thoroughly to try and understand what happened.
“We’re waiting for the results of the investigation to confirm whether this is a case of a natural disaster or a terrorist attack.”
The resort, which opened in the early 2000s, has become a popular destination for holidaymakers in the country and attracts tourists from around the world.
It is one half of the five-star hotel complex, La Paz, which includes a bar, restaurants and shops.
It is also known as the “Caviar” because of the “buzz” surrounding it.