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History of Roman Empire putting Manilva on the map

ROMAN roots run deep throughout the Iberian Peninsula but this westerly corner of the Costa del Sol really tickled Roman legion fancies for the...

Welcome to Andalucia’s Roman oasis: Casares

VIDEO SPECIAL: Casares may be famous for its bread but with its amazing beach, breathtaking countryside and enchanting white village, you’ve got butter and jam on top, writes Iona Napier

Manilva mania

The town that enraptured a Roman emperor and a flamenco star is not resting on its laurels in its drive to attract new admirers, writes Joe Duggan

Rare Spanish coin collection to be auctioned in New York

Rare Spanish coins including the most valuable European coin in existence to be auctioned in New York

Spanish footsteps of the gods

JAMES BRYCE took a trip to Chiclana and Sancti Petri, where it is said that the Temple of Hercules once stood and Roman leaders Hannibal and Caesar took their hols

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