Sunday, July 21, 2019
Home Tags Mediterranean

Tag: mediterranean

300 mainly African migrants dock in Spain after a week at sea saw them refused entry by Italy and...

ORDEAL: The migrants that have docked in Algeciras faced a week at sea and were rejected at least twice by Malta...

EXCLUSIVE: How Spain’s high fashion designers are turning recycled plastic into runway collections

As Spanish designers weave recycled plastic into their collections, PET-a-porter could become the new planet-friendly fashion trend

Environmentalists call for huge expansion of the Cabrera National Park

MALLORCA environmentalists want to expand the Cabrera National Park TENFOLD to 100,000 hectares.The Ministry of Ecological Transition...

Did you spot one of world’s largest cruise ships docking in Andalucia this week?

Able to take 5,119 passengers, the MSC Seaview is build for luxury and the warm waters of the Mediterranean, and made its maiden voyage in June

‘Sun, sea and sass’: New reality show sees party-goers hit the Med for boozed-up cruise in Spain

The new Channel 4 series promises drunken debauchery on the high seas

REVEALED: The most watched BBC show in Spain last year

THE UK's BBC has revealed its most popular shows in foreign countries. In Spain, it isn't Blue Planet or the Great British Bake Off that...

New whale corridor between Balearics and Catalunya will help preserve species

Known as the Corridor of the Mediterranean, the area will also help protect sperm whales, bottlenose dolphins, striped dolphins and the loggerhead turtle as well as various species’ of bird.

Brits drastically boosting population of struggling yet award-winning Frigiliana village

FOREIGNERS are drastically boosting the population of a struggling yet award-winning pueblo blanco.Brits, Morrocans, Germans and French are among the extranjeros who make up...

Travel association ABTA predict massive 2016 for Spanish holidays

A SUMMER holiday bookings bonanza is on the cards for Spain this year according to the UK’s leading travel trade association.ABTA’S Travel Trends 2016...

Greece is the word

As predicted five years ago, Greece is still a country to watch when it comes to the euro’s future, writes Ian Le Breton, Managing Director of Sovereign Trust

Colmenar restaurant El Olivo takes Axarquia by storm

New restaurant El Olivo is a modern take on Mediterranean food and has already pioneered creative combinations such as pasta with pear

Spaniards live longer with a life expectancy of 82

People are living longer worldwide, with average life expectancy up from 65 in 1990 to 71.5 in 2013

Price of a life: 5,000 people drown in Europe each year

Lifeguards on Spain's beaches are hard to be found outside of peak season

Oil prospecting in Alboran Sea scrapped

The Alboran Sea project had already been rejected because of environmental risk, but this will be the official termination of a project that started in 2010

Killer olive grove disease could spread to Spain

Olive oil production in the Mediterranean is taking a hit from a bacterium that has already wiped out a million trees in Italy

Spain ends search for missing migrants – including eight babies

The estimated 23 missing people were swept from their boat in stormy weather

Spanish students shun the Mediterranean diet

Students across Spain are failing... to get enough Med in their diets

In Gibraltar, too many cooks is a good thing

The Rock is famous for its multicultural menu

Mediterranean Group ministers meet to discuss ‘burning issue’ of immigration

The seven Foreign Affairs ministers have met for the first time in Alicante in Spain

Spanish border guards banned from firing rubber bullets

Melilla and Ceuta have seen mass migration attempts from Morocco in recent weeks

‘Mediterranean’ diet should include avocados, says expert

After all, they did arrive in Spain around the same time as the tomato

Don’t play it just once

Andy Chapell discovers all is not what it seems at Alhaurin golf and that the challenging course takes some getting to know…

Obesity: Public enemy number one

Battle against obesity goes belly up as Spanish children are third most overweight in world

Destination China

A 17th century galleon named 'Andalucia' set off for Shanghai from Sevilla on Sunday
19,085FansLike
386FollowersFollow
77FollowersFollow
2,046FollowersFollow
6,989FollowersFollow
226SubscribersSubscribe

LATEST NEWS FROM THE OLIVE PRESS