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Something to write home about: Literary traditions of Moraira on Spain’s Costa del Sol

WITH its stunning views of the Costa Blanca to inspire the imagination, it’s not hard to see why Moraira is a great literary town. North...

New guide book celebrates literary history of Andalucia

Andalucia: A Literary Guide For Travellers takes readers on an enthralling tour of Spain’s largest region, as seen through the eyes of the countless authors who have been inspired by it

Spanish singer flogs Warhol ‘piss paintings’ given to him by artist as birthday present

The paintings go under the hammer at Christie’s auction house in Paris in December

Gorge-eous Ronda!

Renowned for its plunging clifftop cleavage and recently voted one of the world’s top 100 travel destinations, romantic Ronda’s attractions are enough to make a girl giddy, writes Iona Napier

Ronda’s Feria de Pedro Romero opens with colourful parade

On Saturday there will be a tribute to Orson Welles and Ernest Hemingway

VIDEO: ‘David Beckham of bullfighting’ Rivera Ordonez fighting for life after being gored in Aragon

Ordonez's father, Paquirri Ordonez, died in the ring after being gored in ‘almost identical’ fashion 30 years ago

Following Hemingway: An American Legacy

The Olive Press sent American writer Carey Camel to follow in the footsteps of his hero Hemingway at Spain’s most famous festival Sanfermines

Leading Hispanist criticises new book on Spanish Civil War

Paul Preston described David Haycock's book as 'totally wrong'

Hemingway’s favourite cafe earns reprieve

Cafe Gijon in Madrid will remain in the hands of current owners after rival bid was withdrawn

Ernest Hemingway’s Spanish muse dies

Maria Sans inspired a character in the American author's Spanish Civil War tome For Whom the Bell Tolls

Help, help me, Ronda!

Paul Whitelock reckons an extract from the lyric of the Beach Boys 1965 hit resonates with lots of people who have come to Ronda to live. But why is this stunning city so special?

Spain unpacks the Mexican Suitcase

Long lost hoard of priceless photos from the Spanish Civil War by Capa, Seymour and Taro finally goes on display in Spain

The good, the bad and the ugly – Expat 100 Categories

(41-100) The final 60 have made a great impact in their fields by helping to invigorate, promote or bring economic benefit to Andalucia, even if sometimes via unorthodox means

Spanish noise

Many a writer on Spain has commented on what a noisy country it is. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO) Spain is the second noisiest country in the world after Japan

A Spanish romance

Hemingway and his wife Martha Gellhorn’s trip to Spain to become a Hollywood blockbuster

Running the gauntlet as a solo blonde in Pamplona

American journalist Sara Wallace, 20, is not as impressed as fellow writer Ernest Hemingway after spending 24 hours at Pamplona’s Running of the Bulls festival

Despite torture scenes the brave are still taking the bull by the horns

The recent furore surrounding the cruel scenes in Alhaurin el Grande has reopened bullfighting debates. But a definite distinction must still be made between this heinous act and the sport itself, writes Andrew Pearce




Spain’s post office to boost staff by 10,000 workers to cope with summer general elections

SPAIN’S post office is reportedly finalising a deal to hire around 10,000 extra members of staff so that the system can cope with the...


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