Friday, 15 December, 2017

Tag: Cadiz

“They called the builders instead of the restorers.”

We've rounded up some of the best easy-reach, rainy day spots to prove there is much more to do here than just hit the beach

Olive Press blogger Luke Andrews caught up with the painter behind the latest exhibition at Castillo de Santa Catalina

Planned service to also link San Roque and Los Barrios

A group of teenagers from Jerez and Cádiz receive Gaelic football training from Marbella and Sevilla Gaelic football clubs

Health officials have closed a Cadiz bar

‘Chef of the Sea’ Angel Leon is set to reopen the doors at the site of his old two-Michelin starred Aponiente restaurant in Puerto de Santa Maria in February

The video system can identify, with 98% accuracy, the registration of any car, even it is travelling as fast as 180kph

The body of a 49-year-old nurse has been found in her Cadiz apartment after five years

Expat unites with green group to save iconic Trafalgar Lighthouse from privatisation

The man has now been charged with criminal damage

OP blogger Luke Andrews takes a trip around the largest Bodega in Jerez

Cadiz archaeological site seeks legal action over damage caused by ‘geocaching’
general motors

Eight years ago, the American company suddenly closed every single Opel factory in Andalucia

José María González claimed the town hall hadn’t been officially informed of Thursday’s official opening of the 1812 Constitution Bridge

One of Spain's best restaurants - with two michelin stars - has a new home in swamps north of Cadiz

10-year-old boy's torso mauled off busy beach

It is part of the on-going investigation by the police’s anti-fraud unit UDEF, which is estimated could be the biggest corruption investigation in Spanish history

Salarte has brought the La Covacha salt plain back to life

Temperatures rise again after a brief weekend off

With a regular influx of talented restaurateurs and chefs it is no surprise that Vejer has become one of Andalucia’s culinary capitals, writes Dining Secrets of Andalucia editor Jon Clarke

With just 12% unemployment and an average income of €54,000 it comes as no surprise that those with most cash in their wallets live in Madrid’s Pozuelo de Alarcon

He and four other councillors, who had stood against repossessions in the city, joined protesters at the home of the family

An experienced paraglider dies moments after take-off in the Sierra de Líjar mountain range

The ‘Chef of the Sea’ Angel Leon is cooking up a storm to raise money for a Cadiz nature reserve

A shark tangled up in fishing debris has been washed up on the beaches of Cadiz




A 21-year-old man has been arrested in Ibiza for alleged drug trafficking through the postal system. The suspect received a suspicious package that when tested...
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