Tuesday, 21 November, 2017

Tag: Tarifa

The flames began after a generator exploded, sending sparks into the kitchen and setting fire to a vat of cooking oil

The four Brits will walk 700 miles from Tarifa to Asturias from February 5 to raise money to help protect the bird, whose population has fallen by 93% in the UK and 74% in Europe since 1970

The drowning of seven African migrants en route to Tarifa this month highlighted again the 21st century’s biggest crisis, writes Joe Duggan

The locals are extremely proud of their fishy obsession

The camps run for three weeks from July 17 to August 14

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

The Costa de la Luz is packed with hip places to stay

The sport of kitesurfing leaves Jon Clarke in a tangle, after the first morning started with a nasty ‘shock’

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

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

HAVING been in business for 27 years, it can rightfully claim to be one of the oldest language schools on the Costa de la Luz. And that is no surprise, with Hispalense school, in Tarifa,...

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

Swapping his interactive whiteboard for a road bike, Briton Andrew Sykes cycled 8,000km across the continent

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

The centres were described as ‘places representing the most flagrant infringement of human rights’.

The 18-year-old won his first freestyle title in December

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

Youngest ever kitesurfing world champion bags her tenth world title

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

Victim helicoptered to hospital after suffering serious injures

From December 4-8 the gastronomic festival will see 30 of the town’s restaurants serving up innovative dishes

The tuna was deposited with the Campo de Gibraltar food bank, while the driver faces a court hearing
COX OUT: Wawick rowers drop anchor in Spain

Risque rowers bare all for charity calendar loved by Sir Ian McKellen and Stephen Fry

Firefighters spent six hours extricating them from the wreckage due to the car’s precarious position on the Tarifa to Algeciras road

Pueblo Nuevo-based Blah blah blah language school with outposts in Gibraltar, Tarifa and Marbella has a team of 10 highly-qualified teachers




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