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Iberian Lynx population continues to rise in rural Spain and Portugal

THE IBERIAN LYNX population is continuing to rise in the wild of the Iberian Peninsula with 1,668 animals reported in 2022 according to the...

Oldest remains of a woolly rhinoceros in the Iberian Peninsula Peninsula found in Burgos 

The oldest remains of a woolly rhinoceros ever discovered in the Iberian Peninsula have been found in Burgos.  Several dental pieces of specimens of the...

The wild cat of the Iberian Peninsula in ‘pre-extinction’ state

THE wild feline of the Iberian Peninsula faces a pre-extinction scenario a recent study reveals. According to the latest publication by the Red Book Assessment...

European home furnishing giant looks at opening logistics centre in Spain’s Alicante

DANISH home furniture and accessory retailer JYSK will open a logistics hub to serve the Iberian Peninsula and has identified a possible Alicante Province...

BEWARE: Spain might be hit by a hurricane, American experts warn

THE National Institute of Hurricanes in the USA has warned Spain that a hurricane might hit the north of the country from Tuesday September...

Spain’s Malaga records the highest temperature on Iberian Peninsula this Easter Sunday

THE forecasts that predicted a sunny and hot Easter Sunday have not failed with Malaga setting the highest temperature on the Peninsula. According to data...

Archaeologists uncover 120,000 year-old Neanderthal camp site in Spain’s Alicante area

AN archaeological team has discovered an open air Neanderthal camp site in Alicante Province dating back around 120,000 years. Researchers from Alicante and Valencia universities...

Severe droughts to ravage south-eastern Spain within 30 years as water supplies are set to fall by 40%

SOUTH-EAST Spain faces a 40% fall in water resources by 2050 if remedial action is not taken, according to Ecological Transition Minister, Teresa Ribera. Ribera,...

Winter snow covers large parts of Spain

SNOW has fallen across large parts of Spain as ski resorts prepare to open their facilities at the end of November. On Wednesday, November 10, temperatures...

Repsol installing over 600 electric charging points at service areas in Spain and Portugal

REPSOL is to spend €42.5 million installing 610 electric recharging points at its service stations in Spain and Portugal. The project is part of the...

CUTE ALERT: First look at newborn endangered Iberian Lynx cubs in Andalucia

The cute cubs, which are the world’s most endangered feline species, have passed their first health check-up at Jerez Zoo

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.

Spain is best value for self-catering holidays in Europe

Spain comes top in Self Catering on a Shoestring report





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