I suppose the original ones are the age of the streets themselves, because this town is not ancient by any means.
However, it's a major operation and must be costing a small fortune.
Who's paying for it all?
The local taxpayer I imagine; or is it yet another costly EU Project?
On the positive side, it's keeping contractors in business.
Last night I dined at a little bar restaurant I've never been to before, called La Bodeguita.
They offer "tapas, wines, and much more" according to their menu.
I settled myself at a table outside and, observing the world passing by, perused one of their menus.
I ordered the Norwegian Salmon with Wild Asparagus and Ginger Mayonnaise.
It sounded appetising enough.
When it arrived the cooked salmon came with a number of vegetables, though no potatoes.
At home we're accustomed to having some form of potato with almost everything, though I didn't miss it on this occasion.
There were a few thick, grilled slices of large white onions.
The meal was sufficiently enjoyable to merit another visit.
On the menu I noticed battered cod with creamy rice which I might try; though I'm not well disposed to fish bones.
Local establishments tend to serve fish on the bone here.
The word for boneless is Sin Espinas.
The salmon cost €13.