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Quince: The bittersweet fruit

This year why not finally pick your quinces rather than let them rot on the ground

Maximilian Bartie

Our resident columnist, formerly of Royal Tunbridge Wells, puts the world to rights

The Chamomile Mummy and herbal Odour Eaters

Sue Rodgers looks at the first uses of herbs as part of a new series on herbaceous plants

Medina Sidonia – A bridge to the past

Medina Sidonia – like its nearby neighbours of Benalup and Alcala de los Gazules - is full of history

Drumming up a storm

Baena is a town famous for its olive oil, but during Semana Santa its quiet streets take on an altogether different aspect as thousands of drummers pick up their sticks. By Helen Hartstein

The Best of Andalucia

Two exciting new exhibitions are showing off the glorious history of the region, Moorish porcelain in Cordoba and the priceless Phoenician Treasure of Carambolo in Sevilla

Marbella’s secret past

Archaeologists discover that there's more to Marbella than meets the eye...
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