Saturday, 21 October, 2017

Louise Cottrill


Just 10km west of Marbs, San Pedro has been reborn over the last decade as a modernised microcosm of Spain

Everything from Italian to Argentine, and Japanese to French, all nationalities are represented in this pavement tussle.

IT is probably best known as the home of McDonald's and Dia, squatting beside the A7 on the outskirts of San Pedro. But La Colonia shopping centre has so much more to offer, with...

A MAN’S home is his castle, and for a very fortunate few, those words aren’t just a metaphor. Following on from our last issue, where we reported on a castle-style home that was put on...

SAVED - Historic home will become epicentre of new pedestrianised Torremolinos ... TORREMOLINOS town hall has vowed to fork out more than €1 million to protect its landmark Maria Barrabino house. It comes as part...

AT Mallorca Prime Homes, manager and founder Marina Khitarova and her multi-lingual team have a core set of company values. Professionalism, trustworthiness and a personalised service adapted to each client’s individual requirements are at the...

WHEN GC Property director Justin Pardon returned to Mallorca 10 years ago he says it was like ‘coming home’. After growing up on the island Justin, the son of Australian parents, moved to the UK,...

FROM the engine room on a 35-metre yacht to the elephant house at a local safari park, MallorcaCCTV have installed surveillance systems in every corner of the island. The local CCTV company have been installing...

The answer is probably a LOT more...

WITH Phil Collins and Paul McCartney as clients, it is not surprising that Gaston Montauban knows how to serve up a bit of luxury. The long-term island empresario has organised holidays, rentals, boat hire and...

Marbella and Mijas are in the top three.

Dining Secrets of Andalucia editor Jon Clarke is delighted to find Asturias’ leading restaurant still has oodles of rustic charm, despite a 20-year gap and two Michelin stars

The €44 million centre, designed by Brazilian architect Niemeyer is well worth a visit

Olive Press editor Jon Clarke's tips on Where to stay in wild hearted Asturias

It’s said the rain in Spain falls mainly in Asturias … But when Olive Press editor Jon Clarke swapped the crowded Costas for a summer break in this peaceful pastoral paradise, he only wore his raincoat once.

Serving up ace facilities, Ian McDougall is nurturing the latest generation of tennis and padel stars in Sotogrande. 

Whole body movement after an injury or illness is the key to long-term recovery

Here is a list of 12 spots that are sure to elevate any holiday to celebrity status.

Building dreams, developers are loving the Costa del Sol writes Laurence Dollimore

Rental prices rising faster than property

Company states they are seeing an improved appetite from banks to lend

It is 100% renewable energy powered.

Demand from abroad has grown for seven years straight, according to international consultant firm JLL.

The hippest restaurant group in Marbella has grown again with La Tapa, writes Jon Clarke

Marbella is the true foodie capital of Andalucia, writes Dining Secrets of Andalucia editor Jon Clarke




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