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UK historical group slams Malaga for plans to mostly destroy medieval Moorish ruins to make way for metro upgrades

A UK-based historical group has blasted Malaga city’s decision to only preserve ‘some’ of the elements of a recently discovered medieval metropolis. The International History...

SPAIN’S ROBIN HOODS: Retracing the steps of famous Andalucian bandits who took from the rich and gave to the...

In Andalucia during the 18th and 19th centuries, bandits were flamenco dancers, bull-fighters, smugglers and travellers, writes Diana Tang and Grace Lee

Remains of ancient Arab city in southern Spain makes UNESCO World Heritage Sites list

The well-preserved 10th century Medina Azahara settlement in Cordoba was once the de facto capital of Muslim Spain

Festival de la Luna Mora kicks off in Mijas

Two weekends of festivities celebrate Spain’s cultural history

Castle of light: The ancient Moorish redoubt in Cartama

The ancient and modern worlds collide at the castle in Cartama

In Cordoban Skies… How a Moorish daredevil made aviation history

Columnist Jack Gaioni explores the history of flight in Spain

Green-fingered Moors

Influence of Moorish occupation can be seen in Andalucia’s gardens

Tarifa: Where the wind blows

Wendy Williams is blown away by the magic of Tarifa, Europe’s southernmost point

Art extravaganza for Salobrena Castle

SaloArte is a three-day event designed to promote tourism and local art

It’s cute in Cutar

Sally Harrison steps back in time and looks at the Moorish town of Cutar

Super Subbetica

Jon Clarke takes a wander around the evocative historic region said to be the dead centre of Andalucia

Cave living: Not just for bears!

Sometimes a place hides itself from us. It waits for you to uncover it. Piece by piece. The first day I had a moment to myself I started walking the streets of my new town, Guadix.

Very Moorish!

The best of Spanish food has a big dash of Morocco, discovers Wendy Williams, with the Moors introducing everything from rice to oranges and sugar to artichokes

The gateway to Europe’s best olive oil

A city of palaces and churches, of history and tradition, Antequera counts for 70 per cent of the key buildings and monuments of Malaga province, writes Jon Clarke

The Prehistoric museum of Andalucia

2010 is the 600th anniversary since the Christians conquered Antequera... But that is almost like yesterday in the glorious history of Andalucia’s oldest town, where Spain’s ‘first architects’ were based, writes Jon Clarke

A winter wonderland

Hostelbookers explains why winter budget travellers head for Marbella and Puerto Banus
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