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World famous La Vuelta cycling race to return to Andalucia in 2017

Almost one quarter of the brutal 3297.7km long La Vuelta will take place between August 30 and September 3 in the region, which was entirely missed off the contest’s route last year

Church weddings hit historic low in Spain

Only 22.2% of 68,560 couples tied the knot at the country's catholic altars in the first half of 2016

Welcome to Madrid’s Conde workshop, guitar maker to the stars

Spain’s most revered guitar maker is modestly tucked away in a Madrid basement, a stone’s throw from the Theatre Royal

Huge egg and flour fight in Alicante to celebrate Day of the Innocents

The 200-year-old tradition, known as Els Enfarinats (those covered in flour), sees participants dress in military clothes and stage a mock coup d’etat outside the town hall in Ibi

Podemos members to vote on new policy direction next month

Podemos is to give all its members the chance to decide on future policy between February 4 and 11

Sotogrande pupil competes in Spain’s Junior Masterchef

Oscar Jefferson, who studies at Sotogrande International School, earned a place in the latest series of the RTVE 1 show only two years after moving from England

Police strengthen New Year presence in face of terrorist threats

The Policia Nacional is working with local forces to bolster visible patrols in city centres such as Madrid, Barcelona and Sevilla to deter any unexpected Jihadist attack.

British property scam victims to get €227,000 refund from bank

A Malaga court judge said Banco Popular was responsible for making the payment to the unnamed pair, who found out too late that their dream property in Los Lagos de Santa María Golf in Marbella did not have planning permission

British tourist plunges to his death from Fuengirola hostel balcony

The 51-year-old male, locally named as Mark Woodward, was staying with his girlfriend at the Hostal El Cid in Fuengirola when he fell from the third floor

Devastating floods cause Marbella more than €28 million damage

The town hall revealed the huge amount in a statement, following initial inspections of public roads, infrastructure and equipment by council workers that were wrecked in last weekend's freak weather

No refunds for cancelled Malaga marathon entrants

A total of 3,500 people were due to take part in the December 4 race, which had to be aborted due to the shocking floods

IN PICTURES: Astonishing shots of flood rescues in Malaga

Two people have lost their lives, while 76 people have been rescued from their homes in Alhaurín de la Torre, Cártama, Álora, Marbella and Estepona alone

Second person drowns in Costa del Sol floods

The male electrician was in a work van with three other workers when a flash flood struck it in La Linea de la Concepcion late yesterday afternoon, trapping him inside

IN PICTURES: Latest Costa del Sol flood devastation

Thought to be the worst floods since 1989, they tragically claimed the life of a 26-year-old woman earlier today

PICTURE SPECIAL: Beautiful supermoon pictures captured in Spain

Some of the best come from talented photographers in Andalucia

Mad Dog vs. the Euro ´12 final

In Mad Dog's column, he reflects on the Euro ´12 championship

Flight prices are sky high

One of our American bloggers finds travel within Spain affordable but flights out of the country expensive
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