Friday, January 27, 2023

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Fraudulent travel websites cost holidaymakers €15 million last year

The average traveller falling foul of fraudsters on the web was conned out of €3,795

Billionaire boss treats 2,500 employees to holiday in Spain

The group has been enjoying the sites of Madrid

Malaga’s second runway has opened earlier this year

Huge volumes of passengers arriving in spring have led to its early opening

Man threatens to ‘blow up’ Ryanair flight in Spain after being refused a beer

The passenger - travelling from Tenerife to Santiago de Compostela - was arrested when the flight landed after making the fake bomb threat

Brit dies in Spanish holiday resort

The man died in Tenerife after a fight

Brilliant Benavista

Expats are very much at home in Estepona’s ‘East end’

Push the boat out in Estepona port

All the fun of Puerto Banus without a Gucci bag in sight

Young British woman drowns in Spanish hotel bathtub

The 24-year-old tourist had been drinking

75% of Brits back booze limits on planes to combat drunken holiday blunders

Four in ten Britons are in favour of a two-drink limit for aeroplane passengers

A weekend in the campo: Mountain-biking, yoga and feasting in stunning Subbetica

Mountain-biking, yoga and roaming the hills with a goat at your heels are the best ways to disconnect in the Andalucian campo, as Iona Napier and Rob Horgan discovers

Drunk Brits en route to Spain kicked off Ryanair flight

Rowdy passengers were booted off the plane at Limoges in France

Life’s a beach in Estepona

From its potted geraniums and cultivated orchids to its seafaring virgin and its Banksy-style art gallery, it’s sweet to live in Estepona, writes Iona Napier

British holidaymakers injured in Spain missing out on millions of pounds in strict compensation law

Legal experts have warned that a ‘quirk’ in the Spanish system means non-package holidaymakers are falling foul of a strict one-year time limit for personal injury claims

Caminito del Rey online booking portal reopens today with new ticket price

Visitors will pay no more than €10 to visit the walkway

Cooked to a tee at La Cala Resort!

Dining Secrets of Andalucia editor Jon Clarke returns to try out the flagship Terraza restaurant at La Cala Resort

What really makes Mijas top of the pueblos?

It’s ‘authentic’ and ‘the real Spain’ … although it reminded one couple of Cornwall! Laurence Dollimore hit the cobbled streets to find out

La Cala de Mijas: Fortress of fun

The planks were laid a year ago in La Cala de Mijas helping to bring a slice of celebrity stardust to the area, writes Iona Napier

Paradise is closer than you think!

The coast's number one beachfront venue, the stunning El Oceano, has re-opened its doors for another wonderful season!

Mijas shines bright like a diamond

A lot can change in 12 months but Mijas is still the the most polished jewel in the Costa del Sol crown, writes Iona Napier

Britons returning to Spain for their holidays

Bookings to Spain and Portugal are already up by a quarter this year.

Malaga trumps Sevilla and Madrid in Easter Bla Bla app users

More than 2.5 million Spaniards use the app




Angry lab workers demonstrate outside troubled Costa Blanca hospital in Spain during Health Minister visit

MEDICAL workers and patients joined forces outside Torrevieja Hospital on Friday to demand improvements during a visit by Valencia Health Minister, Miguel Minguez. Minguez was...


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