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Tramuntana mountains set the scene for photo contest

STUNNING photos win awards at the first photography contest of the Tramuntana mountains. In total 20 awards were given, with one grand winner in each of the...

Palma street artists need license to perform

PALMA street artists and performers will soon need a license to work in the capitol. Those who wish to to perform music or magic, or...

Spain announces its latest ‘most beautiful villages’ – and four of them are in Andalucia

SPAIN has added 11 new villages to its official 'Los Pueblos mas Bonitos de España' list.  The picturesque additions will become part of the government...

Violence erupts as Madrid seizes medieval treasures from Catalunya in heated culture dispute

CLASHES have erupted after cops in Catalunya began removing medieval artefacts in an ownership battle with neighbouring Aragon. The operation, which started at 4 am,...

Load of bull

BULLFIGHTERS can kill again on Mallorca. It comes after the constitutional court suspended the Balearic law against the mistreatment of animals, which was approved last...

Ronda is a cobbled gem where visitors are quickly transported back in time, writes Jed Neill

IF you were planning for a tour guide but forgot to book in advance... don’t worry, just follow your feet and Ronda will do...

Culture top reason tourists visit Andalucia

Culture has now overtaken weather as the most popular reason to visit

International guitar maestros tune up for Ronda guitar festival

A host of international artists will appear at the event

Benidorm seeks Unesco world heritage status

The land of package holiday heaven wants to become a cultural wonder of the world

Antonio Banderas and Andalucia-based films are big winners at the Goyas

The Malaga-born actor says his hometown is always on his mind

Star-studded Sevilla dance group brings Carmen with a flamenco twist to Andalucia

The show will hit Malaga before jetting off to Asia and South America

Spain’s new favourite export to the US… teachers!

Oklahoma is recruiting Spanish staff

Where did your dinner really come from?

Columnist Jack Gaioni explores the real link between countries and their national dishes

Fake El Greco to be included in exhibition

Origins of 'Lady in a Fur Wrap' are unclear

Art proves big draw in Malaga

The CAC has enjoyed a bumper year

Best ‘slasher’ ever brings cinemas early Christmas present

Ticket price cut sees cinema attendances soar

Spanish bloggers celebrate Andalucia day of the gypsy

Bloggers celebrate gypsy lifestyle following book launch

Mijas artist exhibits latest collection

Photography exhbition opens in local museum

Chinese ink comes to Marbella

Abstract ink work to be exhibited until November

What’s On… October 17 – 30, 2013

Your guide to what's happening around Andalucia this fortnight

Alhaurin pub drawing in a crowd

Locals have now commissioned mural artist for their own projects

CAC treats visitors to Picasso in inaugural show

Largest exhibition of Picasso ceramics in the country to go on display at Mijas cultural centre

Madrid’s Prado Museum pins recovery hopes on artist’s homecoming

Since the onset of the recession it has struggled to fill its new rooms as it faced slashed government subsidies

Gaucin: Balcony of the Serrania

Gaucin is the true starting point of the Ronda mountains and has a vibrant and buzzing art and cultural scene

Funeral of popular expat Rod Younger

The founder of Books4Spain, died last Friday from a massive heart attack