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The Malaga winery making fine, dry, elegant mountain wine (just the way Catherine the Great liked it)

MALAGA’S hugely famous local dry wine enjoyed a 200-year boom until the early 20th century when it faded into obscurity. When winemaker Victoria Ordoñez...

Feral pigs cause havoc as they stamped through popular Costa del Sol residential area in the middle of the...

A HERD of wild boars in search of a midnight feast have startled residents in a Costa del Sol urbanization. Residents in La Cala del...

Hiking routes to escape Spain’s Malaga city without breaking perimeter control

MALAGA city dwellers can discover the Malaga mountains without breaking perimetre controls. Considered the green lung of Malaga, the Montes de Malaga, a protected Natural...

Body found in search for missing three-year-old in Rincon de la Victoria

The boyfriend of the child's mother gave four different accounts of how the child had gone missing

Axarquia: A land of rebellion and renaissance

Why I fell in love with the confusing ham-shaped wedge of rutted hills and dry river valleys known as the Axarquia

A land of rebellion, resistance and renaissance

After spending a year living in the region, the Olive Press editor Jon Clarke explains why he identified with the Axarquia

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