Yes, there are some weird parts, e.g:
> And he does it in Dénia, in the plot described at the beginning, despite being native of Swedish. She decided to move to live in the Marina Alta after spending long permits with a fellow camper in Les Rotes, when it was still “forest”.
A rewrite and adding some context would be:
And he does it in Dénia, on the plot described
at the beginning, even though originally coming
from Sueca, a town about 75km from Denía
(in the autonomous community of Valencia, not in
Sweden). He decided to live in la Marina Alta (a
'comarca' in Valencia that includes Dénia), after
long vacations camping with a companion in Les Rotes
(south of Dénia), when it still was a forest.
=> Sueca could also be a Swedish female, so I am sure that threw the automatic translation for a ride . . .