Monday, 23 October, 2017

Travel

Despite being a flip-flop down, Rob Horgan scoots along the many amazing beaches of the Costa de la Luz

Author Chris Stewart explains why he has no intentions of picking up sticks and going back to the UK - despite the current recession and tough times for expats

I don’t blame Palma de Mallorca residents for scrawling ‘Tourists go home, refugees welcome’ on the walls of their citadel, writes Belinda Beckett

Axarquia seaside town crowned best in Spain

EXCLUSIVE: Several passengers claim it has been getting unbearably hot waiting for flights

Despite being discovered by British leader David Cameron, few people have unearthed the true secrets of the Guadiaro Valley

Over a thousand of the airline’s crew members affiliated with the union Unite are threatening to strike during the peak summer season

Locations available range from Exmoor and the Cotswolds to Ibiza and Cyprus

Decision could boost tourist numbers by over 20,000

More than 2.5 million Spaniards use the app

There is plenty of nightspots in the Sierra Nevada if you know where to look

Marbella resident of three decades Giles Brown on the reasons why the town is set to boom again this summer

Europe’s top kitesurfing spot is on the Costa de la Luz, writes Jared Garland

A manhunt is underway for two men who attempted to kidnap a woman of 50 on the Camino de Santiago

Ashley and Claire Higgins’ business caters for all ranges of biking ability from their base in the picturesque village of Montecorto

A massive 75% of Brits prefer holidays in Spain to anywhere else

A new walking book Coastal Walks of Andalucía charts 50 great walks along the Costa del Sol, the Costa de la Luz and Gibraltar. Here, Guy Hunter-Watts offers a fabulous alternative look around the Rock

The Costa de la Luz is a stylemeister’s dream for places to stay, writes Jon Clarke

The Olive Press sends Vernon Grant to stylish Murcia where he finds a city bucking recent trends across Spain

Check out our guide to all Andalucia’s one- and two-starred restaurants that made the cut

Brits account for a huge 18% of seats taken up on airlines flying to Spain

But where is the most fulfilling for work?

Should the unthinkable happen, here are some tips that everyone should remember

Skyscraper is full to the brim with company's debts

You are spoilt for choice around the City of Dreams

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