Talking bull: How bullfighter Jairo Miguel Sánchez is modernising Spain’s most traditional and controversial past time
JAIRO Miguel Sánchez is only 27 but already he has two decades of bullfighting under his cape. People have had their eyes...
Despite the bright lights of Malaga, searching for that ‘Christmassy feeling’ in Spain seems harder than ever this year
IT’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas. The tell tale signs are all here- cosy coats, the kitsch jumpers, lots of...
THE south of Spain has long been a magnet for British househunters. With its laid-back lifestyle, tapas on tap and sunshine nearly...
QUEEN Letizia has shown her support for the Spanish high street during the pandemic by donning a pair of €20 trousers from Mango.
A NEW discovery from Bronze Age Spain reveals that women have never been afraid to sink their teeth into hard work.
WHO wouldn’t like to live like a princess? Or a king for that matter? The jewels, the butlers, the palaces - it...
IT’S not a town, nor a village... and it’s definitely not a city. However,...
WATCH: Cocaine submarines, corruption and translation calamity – Olive Press TV news roundup November 24-30
This week, Costa Blanca reporter Joshua James Parfitt looks at the key stories covered by the Olive Press over the past week. Featuring: Spain's first-ever...
With atheism on the rise in Spain, Maya Eashwaran checks out why the masses are deserting the church
Church marriages have also declined steeply; in a 27 year-long period, the percentage of religious marriages in Spain declined from 79% to 19.8%, a huge drop of nearly 60 percent.
Spain shutting the border would be like ‘cutting off its nose to spite its face’, slams Gibraltar’s deputy commander
Deputy Chief Minister Joseph Garcia said that tightening frontier controls would hurt the Spanish as much as the Rock.
Whoever had kicked in the door and smashed the place up probably didn’t look wet behind the ears.
There were a staggering 60 gang rapes in Spain last year, compared to 14 in 2017.
EXCLUSIVE: As Dani Garcia’s Michelin-starred restaurant shuts, top chef spills beans on what Michelin Guide really look for
After Dani Garcia announced the closure of his restaurant after winning a third star, we take a look at the gruelling Michelin world and why the accolade is so hard to attain and more importantly, maintain
The British teenage anarchist who tried to kill Franco with explosives hidden under granny’s sweater
The scale of his repression, torture and murder made him a natural target for political campaigns and the morally aware, writes Alastair Stewart.
It has been 12 years since Jon Clarke first step through the doors at the Palacio de Miramar and since then a lot has changed.
With the summer season over, some may be upset others may rejoice. Here are the reasons why Spain is the gift that keeps on giving.
I last visited the other side of the Iberian peninsula two decades ago with an old black and white guidebook from 1957… so it wasn’t really much of a surprise that Portugal had changed a bit, writes Lenox Napier
AFTER warnings of freezing temperatures, heavy snow has fallen overnight in some areas of the Costa Blanca leaving schools and businesses closed this morning. Locals...
Witnesses say he weighed just six stone when he was carried away
One design depicted the death of British aid worker Alan Henning
Despite having a Spanish wife, the photographer fears he will no longer be able to work in Spain