It’s a traditionally British thing to uphold traditional British activities regardless of where in the world the British find themselves. As such, it shouldn’t...
FORMENTERA DEL SEGURA was one of many places on the Costa Blanca that enjoyed a carnival atmosphere, this weekend.
Granada’s Alhambra Palace offers FREE craft workshops on Nasrid history THIS WEEK to celebrate Dia de Andalucia
The Nasrid dynasty was the last Moorish Muslim dynasty in the Iberian Peninsula, ruling the Emirate of Granada from 1230 until 1492
They are said to be extremely fragile and can be damaged by merely being touched
WITH children playing more video games and watching films than ever, World Book Day will try to put reading back on the map with activities for kids.
Here are some facts to remind us why we want to belong to this growing list of speakers
ON the night of October 31, 1631, the ruin of the Spanish kingdom arrived
THE world famous brewery in Malaga is courting beer aficionados and gastronomy lovers with the creation of its ‘Mangos de Malaga’ pale...
ONE of the most commercial days of the year has arrived.
A tree was planted in the Governor's residence to celebrate 50 years since the first meeting of Gibraltar's former House of Assembly.
TORREVIEJA Auditorium will see and hear some of cinema’s biggest hits come to musical life as Madrid’s Film Symphony Orchestra comes to...
ARCHAEOLOGISTS have made the gruesome discovery of a 7,300-year-old massacre in the Spanish Pyrenees. Diggers have painstakingly excavated the...
David has lived and breathed art since he was a lad, “You might say it’s in my blood,” he says
Dicks, balls, c*nts… Spain’s Andalucia has some great everyday swearwords, but its other vocabularly is even more curious
In a new monthly column, Charlie Smith explores the trials and tribulations of learning Spanish
THE ANDALUCIAN ACROPOLIS: Tucked away in the rugged mountains is Castellón Alto, an ancient abandoned settlement that you need...
YOU need to go back to about 2000 years before the birth of Christ. To be exact, some time between 2200 BC and 1550 BC, that the Argaric people roamed the south of Spain.
Billionaire who smuggled priceless Picasso out of Spain on yacht has prison sentence doubled to three years and fine...
Prosecutors on the case accused Botin of ordering the captain of his yacht to ‘hide it from authorities’ as it left the port of Valencia
TODAY is the last chance for Olive Press readers to attend one of Costa Blanca's biggest food festivals.
ORIHUELA became a true “riot” of colour, music and food as the annual Mercado Medieval kicked off in great style, this weekend.
ORIHUELA’S Medieval Market will be a lot safer, this weekend, thanks to additional staff on hand to deal with emergency events.
Free buses take food festival lovers to ‘magic’ medieval market this weekend in Spain’s Costa Blanca
THE HISTORIC centre of Orihuela explodes into life this weekend, as the city celebrates its annual Medieval Market, with 300 food and...
Costa Blanca towns away from the coast MUST work together to improve tourism potential, says Vega Baja councillor
SAN FULGENCIO councillor, Darren Parmenter, attended last week’s International Tourism Trade Fair in Madrid, and had nothing but high praise for the...
MALAGA has been nominated for the Best Emerging Culture City award at the Leading Culture Destination (LCD) Awards.
Dimitris Kouimtsidis explores the fleeting life of Spain’s most famous poet, snuffed out for being gay, socialist and ‘undesirable’
TORREVIEJA starts it's annual carnival next week on January 31 with a programme packed with fun for all the family.
Madrid’s Mad Cool Festival returns this summer with HUGE names including Billie Eilish, Khalid and Pixies
TAYLOR Swift and Kings of Leon are among a long line-up of artists taking to the Mad Cool Festival stage in Madrid this summer.