Sunday, September 27, 2020

Cruise Control! Australian duo takes home crown at Mallorca Olympic sailing event

AUSTRALIAN world champions Mat Belcher and Will Ryan received the highest accolade in the 49th Trofeo Princesa Sofia Iberostar sailing contest. The nautical pair took...

Cibo claws its way to the top of the Marbella dining scene

Good service, attention to detail and great value lobster is helping to get Cibo noticed, writes Dining Secrets of Andalucia editor Jon Clarke

Olive Press helps Sky News track Prince Andrew in Southern Spain as royal flees questions over links to paedo...

As well as attending a friends 50th birthday, he has been seen playing golf at Spain's most expensive golf course, Valderrama, which costs €400 a round, not including a buggy

Fuengirola Beavers and Cubs take part in bike maintenance session

They celebrated receiving their cycling skills badges with a bike ride along the town’s riverside park to a nearby park.

Female gypsy Vox candidate wants to undo Spain’s gender violence laws as fight for women’s rights turns ugly in...

AS thousands of Spaniards prepare to take the streets, joining the global sisterhood in a show of solidarity on March 8 for the second...

Estepona residents seek legal action over ‘noisy’ hotel turning area into ‘mini Benidorm’

Fed-up residents to take legal action against noisy hotel

Festive fun and free food at Costa Blanca feria, hundreds involved

FORMENTERA del Segura celebrated its local food and culture at the town’s 11th annual Christmas market, earlier this month.

Caged ISIS terrorist was planning to bomb popular fair on Spain’s Costa del Sol

The 27-year-old had filmed a video at Manilva fair in August 2018 claiming it was his chosen location to carry out the attack

Up Soto creek with a paddle

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

Spain holiday hotspot in Canary Islands rocked by earthquake

The epicentre was confirmed by the National Geographic Institute as being 5km below the surface

British soldier and football coach guilty of intent to supply £3,000 of cocaine outside Gibraltar ‘military establishment’

After his initial arrest in February outside a ‘military establishment’ police also used ‘specialised sniffer dogs’ to search two locations

One of world’s most exclusive private members’ clubs opens in Barcelona

The new Soho House is located within a 19th-century apartment building in the Gothic Quarter of Barcelona

Prince Philip to retire from royal duties

Prince Phillip made the decision himself, and will continue royal activities until August

Spanish Michelin-starred chef draws inspiration from William Shakespeare

Mugaritz is ranked No. 7 on The World's 50 Best Restaurants list

Woman in Spain dies and 18 others sick after eating mushrooms at Michelin-starred restaurant

Ingredients from the kitchen are now being tested by Spain’s National Institute of Toxicology and Forensic Science

Top of his class

School director Julio Morales has been awarded the Entrepreneur of the Year 2015

IN VIDEOS: Streets of Marbella turned into rivers as Spain’s Costa del Sol remains on orange alert

    https://www.facebook.com/RoberRomanOrtiz/videos/vb.771090385/10160961840245386/?type=2&theater THIS is the moment rain began pummelling Marbella from the early hours of this morning.  A series of videos shared on social media shows the...

Caught live: Massive winner from UK’s most relevant band of the last few decades

DARK, sinister and brooding. And as subversive, as ever. The first Massive Attack shows in Spain for years found the British ‘trip hop’ collective in...

Costa del Sol holiday rental home rule breakers

Thousands of holiday rental homes have failed to be registered since the new regulations came into force

British expat on trial in Spain for beating flatmate with club 24 years ago

24 years after attacking his flatmate with a club, brutal British attacker is in the dock

Making a splash around Andalucia

Rund Abdelfatah explores some of the region's finest spots for getting wet

Jaen’s flamenco festival Musica en Segura set to return in May

It is returning for its second edition with a range of top artists following the success of 2014’s inaugural festival

Domino kidney transplant helps put Spain on health map

First kidney ‘domino’ transplant in Spain secures the nation’s place as world leader in organ transplants

Surrealist artist brings huge sculptures to Malaga reimagining scenes of war

A massive collection of sculptures by artist Francisco Leiro showing the horror of war through human figures are being displayed in Malaga.

Spain’s first blue wine goes on sale

The aim was to create a wine that was not focussed on the tastes and preferences of so-called connoisseurs, but rather normal, creative and daring people
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