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Spain’s June heatwave to last until at least Thursday, with 44ºC temperatures likely 

THIS WEEKEND saw Spain officially enter a heatwave, the eighth since the year 2011 to fall within the month of June. The extreme weather...

Meta’s planned data centre for Toledo town will require ‘660 million litres of water a year’

A PLANNED data centre that will serve Facebook and Instagram owner Meta is due to be built in the Toledo municipality of Talavera de...

Up and coming footballer dies suddenly, collapses on football pitch in Spain

An up and coming footballer has died suddenly after he collapsed on a football pitch in Spain. Nigerian Hadi Ado Bala fell to the...

Endesa commences new renewable energy project in Spain

SPAIN'S largest utility company, Endesa, is to build 27 renewable projects across Spain. They will have a capacity of 1,130 megawatts and employ 4,200 people. The...

Scotland’s biggest rock band add one extra date to rearranged European tour, and it’s here in Spain

TEXAS, arguably Scotland’s biggest and most endearing rock band have added an extra concert date in Spain for their rearranged 2021 tour. Albacete's Palacio de...

Heritage homes – a piece of the nation’s heritage in any of these eight historic designer towns

THEY are part of Spain’s living history - towns shaped over millennia by conquering civilisations with architectural styles that can never be repeated.  Everyone from...

Shocking photos of cars trapped in SNOW in Spain

AEMET continues to issue yellow weather warnings, as vehicles are being dug out of the snow on motorways in Castilla La Mancha

Green group in Spain call for protection of historic mine town

Ecologists campaign to preserve the town from demolition

Spain in for a ride as new multi-million euro theme park planned

The park is expected to bring 4,000 jobs to Castilla-La-Mancha

Spain bans blue wine for being the ‘wrong colour’

it was ruled that blue wine does not fit among the 17 approved types

Endangered Iberian lynxes making comeback in Spain

A total of 440 Iberian lynxes are thought to have been living in the country in 2016, up from 404 the previous year

Spanish literary figure Don Quixote was inspired by windmill-attacking nobleman’s son

Some 400 years after famed author Miguel de Cervantes’s death, researcher Javier Escudero claims to have found the inspiration for the writer’s leading character

Franco and Himmler ‘tribute’ at Spanish fiesta sparks outrage

Residents felt the images honoured the former Spanish dictator and Nazi officer

Castilla-La Mancha nature reserve combats nuclear waste

Castilla La Mancha takes a stand against nuclear waste

Castilla-La Mancha invests bullfighting money into school books

The funds from the cancelled festival will go to buying schoolbooks for unemployed families

The troglodyte minstrel

Sam Goodwin meets the Rev Richard John, a sexagenarian London busker-turned-blues artist who has found his ‘sweet home Andalucia’ in a Granada cave

UPDATE: Ten dead in plane crash in Castilla la Mancha

A Greek F16 fighter jet crashed at the Albacete airbase

New Spanish poverty map reveals grim reality behind official stats

Ground-breaking poverty research takes into account the cost of living

Toledo celebrates El Greco with a town full of exhibitions

On the 400th anniversary of the artist's death, Imogen Calderwood follows the artistic trail of Spain’s most beloved ‘foreigner’ through the backstreets of Toledo

Queen star slams Prince Wills and Harry’s hunting trip to Andalucia

Brian May has described the Princes' hunting trip as inhumane and illogical

Life’s a boar for Princes William and Harry in Spain

Princes spend weekend hunting wild boar and stags on exclusive Andalucian estate

A taste of Navidad

Wendy Williams examines the differences between England and Spain when it comes to Christmas dining and gives some ideas...

The geography and politics of Spain

Whilst the history of Spain is long and complicated, the geography and political set-up are fairly straightforward. Paul Whitelock takes a look.

Green light for giant solar project

Joint venture will create an estimated 4,000 jobs

It’s the season for saffron

The arrival of autumn means only one thing for many of the inhabitants of Castilla-La-Mancha – time to harvest its ever precious saffron




EXCLUSIVE: Huge estate of corrupt ex-Marbella politician Juan Roca goes on sale for €6.95m – featuring a BULLRING, helicopter...

EVER dreamed of hosting a bullfight at your own home? For the average expat, the answer is likely a resounding no.  But for the few...


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