IT must have been one of the hardest years in the food bible’s hundred-year history. But somehow the Michelin guide - which launched in 1910 in Spain - has managed to wheedle out a few new stars for Spain for 2021. A total of 22 new...
IT may appear small from its unassuming entrance to the right of the end of Isabel II bridge, but the Mercado de Triana is packed with gastronomic and cultural offerings. From fresh fruit to jamon, oysters, tapas, flamenco and more, below are the best places...
IT'S one of the city's most distinctive and historic barrios and is unsurprisingly packed with sites to keep you busy. From its iconic pastel exterior to its medieval remnants and holy shrines, no trip to Sevilla can be complete without a day in Triana. Below we...
SEVILLA really is a foodie’s paradise, and the ancient Triana does not let the side down. It may have its own distinct personality, but this fiesty barrio’s restaurants deliver knockout Andalucian cuisine. From humble tapas haunts to fine dining, below are the hottest eating spots in...
Excellent dishes this season include a ceviche of scallops in a bloody Mary sauce and an amazing false risotto with coconut milk, kimchi and prawn
I’M wallowing in my private outdoor bath having played three sets of tennis at probably Spain’s most exclusive court. With a glass of cava in the hand and a light breeze blowing through the pines above me, I feel like I’ve finally arrived. Welcome to the...
A DECADE ago you wouldn’t have dreamed of heading to Sotogrande to eat, unless you had a house there or had just embarked from a yacht. Today, there are dozens of trendy places to dine with a vibrant and competitive scene to rival anything the...
IT is by far the most exciting way to arrive in Sotogrande. But you are likely to get wet so don’t bring your gladrags. One of the best family adventures on the Costa del Sol, you can rent a kayak and paddle the whole way...
“There is everything here you’d want from a high-end holiday – privacy, infinity pool, and ambitious architecture.”
Joan Roca, Quique Dacosta and Angel León are just some of the culinary stars that attended Dani Garcia's A Cuatro Manos event in Marbella
Exotic family photos of travels around the Middle East take pride of place in the quaint teteria
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.
From bandit hideouts to Roman wine cellars, there is so much to see and so many great walks close to Ronda, writes Jon Clarke
Students from all over Europe come to Andalucia’s poshest pet hotel to learn how to groom, writes Jon Clarke
It has been an institution on the coast for years. Now Alberts is coming into its own, writes Jon Clarke
While Marbella's got the stars, San Pedro de Alcantara's definitely got the talent, writes Jon Clarke
Sotogrande and its nearby coastline has a wealth of secret places to eat, writes Dining Secrets of Andalucia editor Jon Clarke
Rent a kayak and paddle the whole way down the Guadiaro river from El Secadero, which is actually in Casares, to the mouth of the river at Sotogrande port
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 sport of kitesurfing leaves Jon Clarke in a tangle, after the first morning started with a nasty ‘shock’
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
You have to know where to look, writes Dining Secrets of Andalucia editor Jon Clarke
With a huge range of facilities, activities and shows, it is no surprise that Sunset Beach Club is one of the Costa del Sol’s most successful hotels, writes Jon Clarke