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My long road to Ronda – mostly on foot, reveals walking guru

WHEN I first came to Andalucía in the ‘80s Alastair Boyd’s travelogues The Road from Ronda and In The Sierras of the South were...

Gorge-ous Ronda

Take a hike beneath one of Andalucia’s most dramatic landmarks with local expert Guy Hunter-Watts, author of Walking in Andalucia

Madeira M’Dear! Beautiful scenery, idyllic pathways and vintage wine at Portuguese island

Guy Hunter-Watts goes walkabout on Madeira and discovers a Portuguese island that’s not for the faint-hearted

Excursions in the mountains of Ronda and Granada

Inveterate walker-cum-author Guy Hunter Watts takes up the story

To the Moors last stand!

One of Andalucia’s most rewarding mountain adventures lies in wait among the olive trees, inland from Nerja, writes Guy Hunter Watts

The great and the good praise Olive Press on its 200th issue

The leader of Gibraltar, the British consul and the Mayor of Mijas all sent warm messages

Three week charity walk in Andalucia

Olive Press appeals to its readers to join a fantastic 21 day Coast to Coast walk to raise money for needy kids in Nepal

Discovering Ronda’s ‘hidden valley’

Walking guru Guy Hunter-Watts describes a favourite walk close to his home and heart near Ronda

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

Cliff-hanger drama

Continuing his series of walks for the Olive Press local author Guy Hunter-Watts takes us on a stunning coastal walk close to Almunecar along The Cantarrijan and El Canuelo Trail

Rocky mountain way

Walking guru Guy Hunter-Watts heads out on Estepona’s most exciting hike - the ascent of Pico Reales

A landscape you’ll never forget

Guy Hunter-Watts, author of Walking in Andalucia, takes a look at the Sierra de la Aracena

A walk through Hardy’s Wessex

One of his favourite areas for walking, author Guy Hunter-Watts praises Aracena and, continuing his series of walks for The Olive Press, describes a delightfully leafy circuit easy for all the family starting at Galaroza

Going the extra mile for charity

A hundred people walked from the Mediterranean to the Atlantic for disadvantaged children in Nepal
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Who made it into the Top 40 of the Expat 100?

After three months of opinion and debate, the Olive Press presents the results of the search for Andalucia's most influential expats (21-40)

Guy Hunter Watts: On the right track

Writer is undertaking a new Andalucia-wide route to raise 50,000 euros for Nepalese children

Coast to coast

Forget the Ruta de Santiago. Linking key archaeological sites Barbastro and Baelo Claudio and crossing six of Andalucia’s Natural parks, Guy Hunter-Watts new book The Andalucían Coast to Coast Walk is bound to be a huge hit for explorers and nature lovers. Here, the Olive Press gets an exclusive first look at the 21-day, 430km marathon and (overleaf) begins the first of three serialisations




Analysis: Why has Spain’s prime minister called snap elections?

SPAIN’S prime minister, Pedro Sanchez, has been famous for taking risky decisions throughout his political career. And most of the time, these decisions have...


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