Iberian lynxes born at Jerez Zoo
ON Friday, 15 April, Jerez Zoo gained its newest arrivals. The female Iberian Lynx gave birth to three Guinea pig-sized kittens. The mother, Castañuella, remained...
The Great Mosque of Córdoba
OP blogger Luke Andres says 'if you don't visit it, you're mad!'
Don’t panic about Brexit!
OP blogger Luke Andrews says everything will be fine
Scottish country dancing comes to Jerez
OP blogger Luke Andrews joins in the fun at the 22nd Annual Meeting of Scottish Country Dancers in the Iberian Peninsular
Bringing the Osprey back to Spain
OP blogger Luke Andrews enjoys a wild weekend volunteering with Jerez zoo
Top 5 places to dine in Jerez
OP blogger Luke Andrews presents his tried and tested restaurant recommendations for you in Jerez
Where can I see dead people?
Olive Press blogger Luke Andrews stumbled upon the Real Bodies exhibition when he visited Portugal
Should we reinstate Jerez’s oldest mosque?
OP blogger Luke Andrews reports that last week students gave respect to their Muslim heritage, posing questions about its place in modern Spanish society
A Través del Tiempo: An art exhibition by David Saborido
Olive Press blogger Luke Andrews caught up with the painter behind the latest exhibition at Castillo de Santa Catalina
The problems of working in two schools for English-language Auxiliares in Andalucia
OP blogger Luke Andrews interviewed Auxiliares to find out their opinions on having two schools
Cádiz province kids take to Gaelic football
A group of teenagers from Jerez and Cádiz receive Gaelic football training from Marbella and Sevilla Gaelic football clubs
Jerez’s archaeological museum… a must see
The Archaeological Museum of Jerez - a surprisingly exquisite, engaging and complete collection of artefacts
To travel alone: A rewarding experience or an absolute nightmare?
Crossing the bridge to lone travelling is a daunting prospect, but not one to be missed
La Guitarrón: The best wine experience in Jerez
Away from the tourist jargon and the public glare, La Guitarrón is truly one of the undiscovered jewels of Jerez
The Top Three religious buildings to visit in Jerez de la Frontera
With well over 22 churches and convents in Jerez de la Frontera, finding time to visit them all can be tricky. OP blogger Luke Andrews offers his favourites
Jerez Zoo: Why do visitors behave like animals?
A quick visit by OP blogger Luke Andrews reveals some disturbing facts about attitudes towards the creatures
Will anyone do something about this doggy mess?
Los disgusting Perros & the Happy Yapping Club
Mushroom picking: A chance to reconnect with our hunter-gatherer past
It is essential to go with experts. Some mushrooms are toxic, and telling them apart is often tricky
Gaelic football heals social fractures in Jerez
Locals utilise the Irish sport to fight against sexism and heal broken communities
Olive Press blogger meets Syrian refugees in Jerez
Luke Andrews says we should do be doing more to help them
Jerez helps Syrian refugees
Syrian refugees are now settled in Junta de Los Rios
La Bodega de Gonzalez Byass
OP blogger Luke Andrews takes a trip around the largest Bodega in Jerez
Halloween in Jerez de la Frontera
You’ll be sure to have a fantastically frightening night wherever you end up
The nonsense of Spanish opening times
The only thing that you can do in Jerez on a Sunday is go out for tapas
Jerez’s patron day: A good excuse for a holiday!
The local festivity gives everyone an extra day off work. It comes just before the Día de Columbusso it gives Jerezanos a long, four day weekend
Travelling to Jerez de la Frontera from Sevilla
Jerezanos relationship with the UK goes no further than alcohol, the perfect way to start a strong and lasting bond