Friday, June 21, 2019

History guaranteed at Gibraltar’s The Rock Hotel

The grand dame of Gibraltar has put up everyone from Winston Churchill to Errol Flynn

Mountain of repose

You are spoilt for choice with romantic and hip places to stay around the Serrania

Most intense heatwave in over a decade ‘Lucifer’ hits Spain with sizzling 40C+ temperatures

It's been cited as the worst to hit Europe since 2003

Spain’s transport network prepares for travel chaos for five-day weekend

Extra speed cameras and patrol cars will be in place on traffic hotspots on the Costa Blanca and Costa del Sol.

Taking a twirl… flamenco in Jerez

More than an art form, flamenco is a way of life in Jerez and can be visited in two particular barrios, writes Jacqueline Fanchini...

Illegal taxi and minibus services are putting everyone in danger, warns Costa del Sol lawyer

  THE AUTHORITIES are finally beginning to clamp down on the huge growth of illegal pirate taxis in Andalucia. Olive Press sources claim that hundreds of...

Iberia strikes could spell chaos for travellers at Christmas

Staff at Spanish airline set to strike for six days before Christmas

Hacienda Beach in Estepona makes the perfect summer getaway and here’s why

There is a playground and splash pool for little ones, a paddle court, and you can even bring the dog to one of the pet-friendly apartments

Spain and Gibraltar scoop an avalanche of accolades at World Travel Awards

Hotels, resorts and businesses in both Spain and Gibraltar have taken numerous honours at the top travel industry event

So, I think you should move to Malaga too!

Malaga is such a great city to relax and keep busy at the same time, you can visit the tapas bars then head over to the beach for a few hours, then back to the centre to do the cultural side of things

Ryanair flight from southern Spain grounded to dump ‘drunk Irish couple’

A RYANAIR flight from southern Spain has been forced to make an unscheduled stop in San Sebastian to dump a 'drunk' Irish couple. The FR7063...

Brits on the piste!

It’s two decades since intrepid expats Giles Birch and Jonathan Buzzard started working in the Sierra Nevada, writes Jon Clarke

National tourists stay away from Andalucia as oversea visitor numbers soar

A 7% increase in international tourists, was followed by the number of Spain-based tourists falling by 4.3%.

BOOMING HOTELS: Hotel sector a growing industry in the Balearics

THE hotel sector in Mallorca remains one of Spain’s most profitable, despite its seasonal nature. Over the last seven years, the average price of a...

New manager for Hacienda Puerta del Sol in Mijas

But Carlos Baeza is perfectly qualified to take the stunning Hacienda Puerta del Sol to a whole new level

BREAKING: Reports of multicar pile up on A7 between Marbella and Estepona

THERE are reports of a multi-car pileup on the A7 motorway between Marbella's San Pedro and Estepona.  There is reportedly a huge tailback on the...

12 things Spaniards desperately want to know about Brits

'Who were the Welsh?', Spaniards want to know

Ryanair changes check-in window to 48 hours before flight – unless you fork out for a reserved seat

Travellers will still have up to two hours before the flight to check in

Malaga: More than just a Beach Holiday

To most visitors, Malaga city and its province is synonymous to beaches. Famous for its sunbed covered beaches, backed by high-rise towns, many don’t...

New master at Las Mayoralas in the Axarquia

One of the Axarquia’s most emblematic hotels has a brand new chef guaranteeing the perfect winter break

Costa de la Luz: The great escape

Estate agent Glyn Lewis of Andaluz Homes on why he loves the Costa de la Luz

Ronda reigns supreme as Andalucia’s best hotels are announced

Andalucia’s outstanding hotels have something for everyone

Spaniards twice as likely to splash out on holiday as the French

Luxury hotels are a must for 43% of Spanish holidaymakers

Mijas: Ass good as it gets!

It’s not just about donkeys, discovers Iona Napier. World-famous for its chocolate box charm, Mijas has some tempting new flavours to try this season

The best food fights Spain has to offer

If getting involved in a frenzied food fight sounds like fun to you, Spain seems be the top destination to head to
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