Monday, 23 October, 2017

Tag: Casares

AS Marbella property prices soar, expats and locals are buying further and further along the coast.  More and more, areas like Estepona, Manilva and Casares are becoming the places to invest in a new or...

Eight other town hall workers who were facing prison have been acquitted

Casares is being touted as a culinary hub thanks to a Spanish TV programme

The Finca Cortesin Hotel, Golf & Spa, in Casares, was declared Best Golf Resort in Europe by users of, which boasts the readership of 92% of European golfers

It is hoped locals will open their doors to the families for 10 days

Twenty of the most common species of fungi are identified in the publication, 10 of which are toxic

It is the latest stage in the ambitious La Senda Litoral project, which aims to create a giant walkway stretching 160km from Manilva to Nerja

The €80,000 coastal walkway bridge linking Manilva and Casares is finally about to be put in place

Town hall staff claim were ‘forced to falsify documents’ to allow mafia millions to corrupt planning laws
Juan Sanchez Casares ex-mayor

Defence claims prosecutor used underhand tactics in presenting evidence

Former Casares mayor Juan Sanchez is facing 18 years in prison, while ex-Gaucin mayor Francisco Corbacho will appear at Malaga’s Penal Court

Three people have been detained

The work was to shore up the building and improve bathers' experiences

I'm voting for Bonfire over Brexit

Blue flag status for a Casares beach

As we reach peak season, buyers are arriving in their droves – and they’re not waiting for Brexit, insists Shani Hamilton, from Hamilton Homes, in Manilva

Around 100 people turned out to form a human chain after waiting nine years for a four metre bridge

Police apprehended one suspect on his way to Britain in a rental van

The road up to Casares is one of the true gourmet routes in Andalucia, writes Dining Secrets of editor Jon Clarke

The founders of Villas & Fincas Country Properties discuss the privilege of rural Casares life

Blas Infante - the ‘father of Andalucia’ - was born in Casares and gave his life for the region, writes Tom Powell

VIDEO SPECIAL: Casares may be famous for its bread but with its amazing beach, breathtaking countryside and enchanting white village, you’ve got butter and jam on top, writes Iona Napier

EXCLUSIVE: British expats liberate starving pups and their mother from outdoor hellhole

The town that enraptured a Roman emperor and a flamenco star is not resting on its laurels in its drive to attract new admirers, writes Joe Duggan

The Duquesa Charitable Society of St George provided Christmas food parcels




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