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JETTISONED: Heartless Cadiz thieves strip jetski of man attempting Guinness World Record for disabled charity on behalf of his...

Plessis first broke a world record by jet skiing 17,500km from Alaska to Panama in under 95 days

EXCLUSIVE: British expats furious after ‘illegal’ hotel builds back wall just FEET away from their homes and ‘floods dunes...

They believe the wall, which now reaches three storeys high and is set to add an attic, is against the law in Spain

Boy, 4, dies after lilo swept out to sea in southern Spain

A FOUR-YEAR-OLD boy has died after his lilo was dragged out to sea by strong currents in southern Spain.  The unnamed child was left a...

Hooked on Barbate the world’s tuna capital

In an unsuspecting little town in Andalucia a Phoenician fishing technique is keeping the Japanese sushi market afloat

Surf and turf – exciting mix of restaurants on the Costa de la Luz

THERE is something about the province of Cadiz that brings out the best in restaurateurs. A combination of style, creativity and, above all, positive vibes...

‘WE’VE LOST ALL HOPE’: Mum of young Malaga fisherman’s heartbreak after son disappeared at sea two days ago

The young diver had left Spain for Bristol in the UK last year to work in the hospitality industry and improve his command of English

Catholic church facing fine over neglect of ancient temple in Barbate

The diocese could be facing an administrative fine from the Ministry of Culture

Searching for the perfect tuna dish on the Costa de la Luz

The locals are extremely proud of their fishy obsession

Costa de la Luz: Into the light

Rob Horgan takes a ride through the sunbleached 'fresh and natural' towns of the bright and breezy Costa de la Luz

Cadiz shipwreck skipper ordered to pay €1.4 million in compensation

Eight people died 14 miles off the coast of Barbate during a storm in 2007

Life’s a beach on the Costa de la Luz

Despite being a flip-flop down, Rob Horgan scoots along the many amazing beaches of the Costa de la Luz

The fish they call ‘pig of the sea’

The Costa de la Luz is famed worldwide for its succulent almadraba tuna, caught by an ancient art and turned into groundbreaking gastronomy by the region’s maritime masterchefs, writes James Southeran

A tale of two pueblos: Barbate and Zahara de los Atunes

While very different, the quirky towns of Zahara and Barbate are breath of fresh air from the manufactured charms of the Costa del Sol, writes Carey Camel

Murder suspect on trial in Cadiz

Witnesses report bloody fight that ended with a stabbing

Endangered plant found in Barbate

The largest-known patch of Odontites Foliosus has been discovered by an environmental group

Expats lose battle to save Costa de la Luz homes from demolition

On March 12 they must leave their homes in Zahara de los Antunes before they are torn down. By Imogen Calderwood

A scenic walking tour of Andalucia’s La Brena forest

Walking guide Guy Hunter-Watts suggests a great shady summer walk around Canos de Meca

Shedding light on the Costa de la Luz

We present a guided tour of the beautiful Coast of Light

Spanish summer beach ban U-turn

Shutting two beaches was a huge ‘error’ according to mayor

Golf macroproject passed on Costa de la Luz

The Següesal Golf Resort in Barbate gets the green light

Costa de la Luz mayors strike a blow for offshore wind farm projects

Costa de la Luz mayors oppose wind farm scheme

Riding the wind on the Costa de la Luz

JON CLARKE takes a trip along the Costa de la Luz, Andalucia’s most unspoilt, if sometimes rather breezy, coastline

Married to the job

Lovebirds find the dream job testing honeymoon suites around southern Spain

Spanish bird brains

Six rare ibises are released in Cadiz
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