Thursday, June 20, 2019

Tourists visiting Spain make more than half of all purchases on clothes

A massive 59% of all purchases made by tourists visiting Spain’s shores are made in retail stores

EXCLUSIVE: Mystery consortium set to bid for Ciudad Real ghost airport

Mystery consortium, led by a Briton, set to make a bid for Spain’s ghost airport

FIESTA FLOATER? Competition launched to name Liverpool party boat set to bring hundreds of revellers from Merseyside to Marbella...

The 600-bed boat, worth more than €4 million, is the brainchild of Liverpudlian hotel chain Signature Living

Fugitive tax fraudster jailed in UK after going on the run in Spain

He hijacked innocent people's identities and invented other clients to send fraudulent tax returns

Spain’s stock exchange suffers worst month in three years

The Ibex 35, based in Madrid, closed August with a drop of 8.24% on July

Employment boost signals economy growth for Spain

A projected 2.4% growth for Andalucia has been forecasted.

Banking giant Santander appoints new chairwoman

Ana Botin, daughter of former boss Emilio Botin, will take over following his death

Hoteliers pressure Spain to tax unlicensed Airbnb-style rentals

A new British tax law is putting further pressure on the Spanish government

Sign up with Spain’s only ‘all-in- English’ mobile service

LOBSTER is a new and ambitious mobile operator which has set out to bring expats an "English, easy and effortless" service with an experience...

Unionist victory in Scotland leaves sterling at two-year high against euro

Sterling also at two-week high against the dollar

Linea Directa only insurance firm in Spain to only use OEM car parts in repair jobs

Línea Directa is the only insurance company that guarantees the use of OEM parts

British musicians rocking around world, with One Direction favourites in Spain

From Ed Sheeran in Australia to Coldplay in the Netherlands, UK musicians are going down a treat

Mayor of Barcelona calls on EU to intervene on Catalunya referendum

Barcelona's Mayor Ada Colau has called on the European Union to intervene in Catalunya's referendum and blames Rajoy's government for worsening the situation.

The sweet smell of success

Jon Clarke on the fall and rise of the sweet Moscatel wines from the Axarquia

Business seminar to be held in Mijas

The British Chamber of Commerce is set to talk tax laws, money laundering and data protection next week

Spain imports a million barrels of oil from Iran

Spain has become one of its largest importers

Famous Four Seasons hotel coming to Spain’s Marbella in bid to ‘bring back glamour’ and kickstart ‘new era’ in...

Much like its Miami and Dubai counterparts, the complex will include private residences as well as hotel rooms

‘La Clegg’ breezes into windy Spain role

Spanish wife of UK Deputy PM Nick Clegg has swept up a new job

Specsaver’s hunt is on for sexiest spectacle wearer of the year with €1,000 cash up for grabs

The lucky winner will become Specsavers Opticas model of the year

Investment in hotel sector booms in Spain

The total investment in 2015 is set to reach record levels

Benalmadena’s Sunset Beach Club raises €10,000 for three children’s charities

Hosting a number of music events at the popular Benalmadena hotel, general manager Mark Wardell said the hotel collected funds to ‘create special memories for children’

Spanish tech firm to send tourists into space within two years

The journey will take passengers 40km into the air inside futuristic pods

Spain’s economy shows signs of growth but still has ‘a long way to go’

Spain's economy is growing slowly after the 2008 financial crisis