Monday, 23 October, 2017

Tag: Costa de la Luz

The locals are extremely proud of their fishy obsession

Tarifa restaurateur Luciano Fabricio, 44, is now branching out into more creative ways of cooking

Jon Clarke takes a surf class in El Palmar, the hippest resort on the Costa de la Luz

Sun-seekers and surfers aren’t the only ones who head to the Costa de la Luz every year

The Costa de la Luz has the most exciting mix of restaurants, writes Dining Secrets of Andalucia editor Jon Clarke

It is easily the most professional kite and windsurf centre on the Costa de la Luz

On a two-hour round trip, led by our charming German guide, the views take in fields full of sunflowers, distant hills and, of course, the shimmering sea

Valdevaqueros is the coolest place to hang out on the coast, writes Jon Clarke

Sixteen years after her first taste of Tarifa, Iona Napier returns to the windy capital of Europe for another taste of bohemian bliss

Rob Horgan takes a ride through the sunbleached 'fresh and natural' towns of the bright and breezy Costa de la Luz

The days of ‘espeto’ sardines and sipping sangria on the sand are back, as the coast’s chiringuitos open up for spring

A scheme to build thousands of homes alongside a virgin beach in Tarifa has been outlawed

The tuna was deposited with the Campo de Gibraltar food bank, while the driver faces a court hearing

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

Few places in Spain have such a great range of good places to eat, writes Dining Secrets of Andalucia editor Jon Clarke

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

Estate agent Glyn Lewis of Andaluz Homes on why he loves the Costa de la Luz

Fifteen years after her first taste of Tarifa, Iona Napier returns to the wind capital of Europe and well, once again, gets... blown away

For what it lacks in size, Sancti Petri makes up for in beauty, history and gusto, writes Tom Powell

Tuna-lovers are descending on the Costa de la Luz with the bluefin tuna season finally underway

Described as ‘like catching flies,’ but now over 70 people face up to four years in prison for scooping marijuana packets out of the sea

Rapidly rising real estate prices give Marbs a run for its money

IBI Real is demanding the town hall take action

The Costa de la Luz is famed worldwide for its succulent almadraba tuna, caught by an ancient art and turned into groundbreaking gastronomy by the region’s maritime masterchefs, writes James Southeran

It is three decades since the talented Whaley brothers launched the first windsurf businesses on the Costa de la Luz

While very different, the quirky towns of Zahara and Barbate are breath of fresh air from the manufactured charms of the Costa del Sol, writes Carey Camel

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