Not everyone in Madrid’s Lavapies appreciated the neighbourhood being labelled the ‘coolest in the world’, discovers Heather Galloway
‘NICE promenades, good wine, excellent food and nothing to do…’ Thus Ernest Hemingway wrote off the town where he spent numerous holidays drinking the local...
Padilla nearly lost his life in the bullring in 2011 when a bull ripped his eye out after the animal mauled him on the ground
The 63-year-old painted himself as a martyr, writing in the WhatsApp group, 'I am willing to sacrifice myself for Spain'
THEY are part of Spain’s living history - towns shaped over millennia by conquering civilisations with architectural styles that can never be repeated. Everyone from...
"I breathe for Málaga…. for Cádiz, for Alcalá de los Gazules, for what is intimately Andaluz." Federico García Lorca, 1924
OVER 2,000 trees and tens of thousands of plants are set to revolutionise the look of Palma’s seaside promenade. The €20 million project will create...
SPAIN is undoubtedly one of the most Arab-influenced countries in Europe. From language to art, the Moors left an indelible mark on Spanish culture. But...
WATCH: Man defaces General Franco’s tomb in Madrid with red paint and is dragged away by security guards
The protest was sparked by growing tension surrounding the planned exhumation of the remains of General Franco from the Valley of the Fallen
Suicide, UFOs, disappearance, murder, mutilation - these unsolved mysteries are guaranteed to get Halloween off with a scream!
THE Sierra Nevada ski resort has officially started preparing for the festive season as temperatures drop to -6 degrees. More than 100 cannons were used...
The immigration of Muslims to Spain is a very current issue in the minds of Spaniards. especially as Andalucia prepares to go to the polls in December
In the second part of our new book review section, Alicia Duggan immerses herself in the long-awaited final instalment of the Zafon quartet that began with The Shadow of the Wind
Government officials and Franco family involved in row over ownership of sacred pilgrim statues in Spain
A Madrid court has given the Franco family until November 19 to prove their ownership
Archaeologists call on officials to turn historic Andalucian 2,300-year-old winery into tourist centre
Fears have grown over the preservation of the historical remains, with motocross fanatics using the area as a practice circuit
Conservation experts from the Museo del Prado, to mend the ‘considerable horizontal tear’
The original, much-loved BBC series was the brainchild of John Cleese and Connie Booth
WATCH: Bull breaks legs and drags itself along floor after being forced to jump from van in Spanish festival
As the bull smacks down onto the concrete its two back legs snap instantly and the large animal then drags itself helplessly along the street
These beauty spots are included for their history, architecture and culture and show that Andalucia really does have it all
THE Oktoberfest festival at Bar Allioli, in Jimera de Libar, will kick off this Saturday. Music is planned from 1pm until 11pm and there are...
THE Tile of Spain Awards is open for entries - and it’s cooler than it sounds. Architects, interior designers and students are invited to submit...
There are 12 weeks until Christmas
A CHILEAN photographer has spent two weeks in Andalucia documenting hundreds of cave dwellers and their fascinating homes. As part of her project, Tamara Merino...
Iglesias said he wanted to ‘democratise’ discussions about the future of bullfighting, but did not comment on other events using bulls, such as those in Pamplona’s San Fermín festival.
As anti-Semitism continues to top Britain’s political agenda, the Olive Press visits a curious monument symbolic of this age-old conflict in Spain
The father-of-one had travelled to Spain and Catalunya multiple times