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Sotogrande’s highlight of the year gets underway with International Polo Tournament

THE 50th edition of the Sotogrande International Polo Tournament has kicked off, with 19 teams competing for the Cups. The five-week tournament is one of...

Spain’s Andalucia could loosen COVID-19 restrictions NEXT WEEK but only ‘if the figures support it’

ANDALUCIA is considering loosening the current restrictions in place to fight the coronavirus, it has been revealed. Vice president of the region Juan Marin...

Current COVID-19 restrictions in Spain’s Andalucia likely to remain in place after January 10

ANDALUCIA will likely continue with its current coronavirus restrictions after January 10. Vice president of the Junta Juan Marin said there are currently no...

Bars and restaurants will ‘probably’ open until 8pm or 9pm from December 10, says VP of Spain’s Andalucia

BARS and restaurants in Andalucia will likely be permitted to open until 8pm or 9pm from December 10.  That was the prediction made by regional...

Tougher COVID-19 restrictions in Spain’s Andalucia likely to be extended next week as VP admits figures ‘are still very...

THE current restrictions in place in Andalucia are, for now, likely to be extended when they are reviewed next Sunday, the Junta has hinted.  Vice...

Junta will not restrict entry of visitors to Spain’s Andalucia

Junta Vice-President , Juan Marin, has said the possibility of restricting entry to Andalucia on forthcoming public holidays ‘is not being considered’, and ‘the important thing is to maintain normality’.

‘BAD NEWS’: Andalucia minister reacts to Boris Johnson victory after experts warn Spain’s southernmost region could lose €1.1 BILLION...

The region is particularly vulnerable to the economic shock of a disorderly UK exit as Britain accounts for €4.5 billion worth of investments annually

A new dawn for Andalucia

Andalucia should wake up to an entirely new political scenario on Monday morning

Andalucia’s chance for a bright new dawn

Andalucia needs change, in any shape or form

Andalucia Elections: Time for change?

All eyes are on Andalucia in the lead-up to the most fiercely-contested regional elections in decades, with new parties Podemos and Ciudadanos threatening three decades of socialist dominance. Who’s got the X factor? Iona Napier looks at the likely outcome




Winter stays: 10 great Spanish hotels with a fireplace in the bedroom 

It’s not hard to find casa rurales and mountain hotels in Spain where you can sink into a deep sofa in front of a...


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