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Nerja is voted best seaside town in Spain with landslide victory

Axarquia seaside town crowned best in Spain

Deputy mayor in Axarquia accused of claiming three salaries

Deputy mayor accused of claiming three salaries in bitter political feud

Axarquia radio station has comical dig at Nerja town hall over ongoing music licensing issue

EXCLUSIVE: April Fools ´silent protest´ from Nerja radio station

Tortas de Algarrobo from Axarquia set to go continent wide

Taking the cake to Europe with modern twish on ancient Moorish recipe

Axarquia crime wave halted after spate of robberies

It comes after police arrested a 29-year-old Spaniard in Torre del Mar on suspicion of robbing over a dozen rural homes, shops and churches

Traditional cakes from Axarquia town target European market

Tortas de Algarrobo (Algarrobo cakes) date back to the Moorish empire

British expats save wild cats from poisoning in Malaga

Mayor Rafael Torrubia has granted sanctuary to the cats

Animal rights cyclist on tour of Spain arrives in Axarquia

AN Axarquia cyclist is wheeling his way around Spain to raise awareness of animal rights. Antonio Moreno’s En Ruta Por Los Animales campaign made its...

Place in the Sun films in the Axarquia

Presenter Jasmine Harman helped a British woman find her dream home

Third Axarquia mayor put behind bars for property offences

Former Competa mayor Leovigildo Lopez becomes third Axarquia ex-mayor to be jailed

Axarquia towns fear foreign residents not renewing residency will cost them dearly

A revision of the municipal registers set for March 31 will mean that expats who have not renewed their town hall registration - padron - in the last two years will be left out

Popular British grocery store in the Axarquia is up for sale

Arkwrights in Puente Don Manuel has become an essential part of life for expats in the area

Generous expat gives refugee the ultimate gift: A home for Christmas

Palestinian taken in by kind-hearted Brit in Colmenar

Garden restaurant in Frigiliana: Views and food to match

A distinct Arabic crossover of flavours with spices from all around the world

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

Marvellous Mei

Hotel Vinuela is taking the concept of relaxing to a whole new level with its brand new spa, writes Jon Clarke

To the Moors last stand!

One of Andalucia’s most rewarding mountain adventures lies in wait among the olive trees, inland from Nerja, writes Guy Hunter Watts

Competa: A home for life

Laid back Competa is home to many long-term expats, including Spain’s very own Lonely Planet editor, writes Rob Horgan

Lakeside living at Puente Don Manuel

A crossing point for travellers for centuries, Puente Don Manuel is now the main inland hub of the Axarquia

Sugar and spice… And all things nice

Sugar and Spice have been serving up Moroccan furniture, British food and arts and crafts for a decade

Comares: Balcony of the Axarquia

Comares is a stunning mountain-top pueblo and an adventurer’s dream, writes Tom Powell

Road trip through the Axarquia from Nerja to Comares

Mountain peaks, olive groves, vineyards and Moorish white villages take Rob Horgan’s breath away on a journey up hills and back in time through the Axarquia

Axarquia’s top vineyard opens its own restaurant

Clara Verheij and Andre Both, from Bodega Bentomiz have inaugurated a stylish new place to eat for diners in the Axarquia

Dogs may fly

This springy canine has been leaping about the Axarquia