Friday, 26 May, 2017

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Taxi drivers feel their business is being undercut by the cheaper prices

August will have the most stopovers, at 84

It is hoped that the event will draw in more visitors wanting to know about the town's culture

Brits' sickness claims are said to be costing the industry €59 million a year

Brit holiday favourite Mallorca has seven such clubs

Think twice before treating a cabin crew member badly

They have been described as 'very necessary' by the council

Boxing and arm wrestling machines have also been outlawed

Some 2,236 foreigners have bought a residency since 2013

MAGALUF is slipping down the ranks among young Brits looking for a partying holiday. Although still a popular choice, according to head of Party Hard...

The controversial move was set to begin in August

Some 224 exhibitors and 220 yachts on show

Unnamed driver arrested after testing positive for alcohol and drugs

Man spotted pleasuring himself at Son Serra de Marina

Spanish and British police unite to crack down on false claims

The strong results were not exclusive to the usual coastal hotspots as cities and rural enclaves also saw a soar in visitors

Temperatures will increase over the Easter weekend. The hottest region will be Cordoba.

Ryanair staff at Alicante–Elche airport are set to go on strike after disputes of unpaid wages to part time staff.

The regulation is a response to 'the increase of terrorist threats'

Ryanair bosses say the airline may have to suspend flights out of the UK for weeks or months after Brexit

Europe attracts the most foreign tourists, followed by Asia Pacific, but Spain comes out on top overall in a study by the World Economic Forum.

Visit once and remain enchanted forever, the favourite 1960s package tour excursion still has mountains of charm writes Chloe Glover. A SAPPHIRE sea twinkles from...

A vivid celebration of religion, Spanish culture and the arrival of spring, Semana Santa is celebrated fervently throughout Spain.

Tourists are being warned to be aware of potential scams on accommodation booking site Airbnb

A family of four travelling to and from Spain would have to fork out an extra €280 just for their suitcases

You can now buy tickets to the precarious walkway which sits at 300 ft. They cost €10 and must be booked in advance

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