Thursday, 18 January, 2018


The four-star adult only hotel promised 'five pools, a trio of restaurants and a spa – along with a beachfront location'

Recovering American markets and a struggling Russian econom are contributing to the trend

It was closed to reduce town hall costs

By Tom Powell, tucked into the Guadalhorce Vallye is Alora, an Andalucian town rich in history and character

Laurence Dollimore joins the hen crowd at Linekers Bar, albeit a little overdressed in white shirt and blazer

The first six months of 2015 saw a huge windfall for Spain’s tourism industry

Eloise Horsfield spends the day with herb enthusiast Sue Rodgers, learning which plants combat pongy feet, what the Egyptians used to fight coughs and even making her own body scrub

The one-time gay British Mecca has morphed into a global LGBT destination

Novelist David Baird on why, having lived all around the world, he settled in this quiet corner of Malaga, known as a land of rebellion, resistance and renaissance

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

Take a hike beneath one of Andalucia’s most dramatic landmarks with local expert Guy Hunter-Watts, author of Walking in Andalucia

The country cannot build hotels and golf resorts quick enough

The pilot landed the plane in Toulouse for the unruly passenger to be escorted away by police

FANS of hit fantasy series Game of Thrones are all too familiar with the show's newest filming location. The current seventh season sees Daenerys Targaryen...

More than 200 million passengers will have flown in and out of the country by the end of 2015

Jon Clarke takes a stroll around Andalucia’s most artistic, creative town

More than 2.5 million Spaniards use the app

The Spanish love a stay-cation, says new survey

Each bag is designed to compliment a different style of gin

TALKS aimed at ending planned airport strikes across Spain are set to continue next week. It comes after negotiations to bring an end to the...

SAUNTERING merrily between two rows of fairytale cave homes, we could so easily have been in J.R. Tolkien's mythical Shire for short people. Except there...

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

The flight route has been running for eight years

A SUMMER holiday bookings bonanza is on the cards for Spain this year according to the UK’s leading travel trade association. ABTA’S Travel Trends 2016...

Expats are very much at home in Estepona’s ‘East end’

And changes are expected to be taking place in how the un-policed zone outside terminal three operates to try stop people parking there for longer than allowed




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