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Caminito del Rey opens its Visitor Center with 240 parking spaces and a viewpoint

THE iconic Caminito del Rey, an aerial trail built in the walls of the Gaitanes gorge in Malaga, has opened a new visitor center. The...

Be prepared: It makes life in Spain so much easier if you know what to do in a crisis

IT can not be overstated how important it is to read and understand the documents that come with your insurance policies. Very few people seem...

Cycle lanes in Spain’s Valencia City get 21% boost in users so far in 2022

THE average daily use of Valencia City's bicycle lanes has gone up by 21% over the first seven months of the year compared to...

Bars and restaurants in Costa Blanca and Valencia areas get best ‘sustainability’ ratings of Spain’s coastal regions

VALENCIAN Community hospitality businesses lead Spain's coastal regions when it comes to sustainability. The findings come in a survey compiled by non-profit recycling entity Ecovidrio. Ecovidrio...

Valencia CF in Spain unveils plan to finish off abandoned new stadium project that started in 2007

PLANS to finally complete Valencia CF's Nou Mestalla stadium have been unveiled which could seat up to 70,000 spectators and have a solar-powered roof. Valencia's...

San Sebastian Film Festival: Here’s what you need to know about the winners, films and fashion during 69th edition

THE 69th edition of the San Sebastian Film Festival has drawn to a close, here's a rundown of what happened this year.  With controversy surrounding...

World’s FIRST sustainable ‘fast ferry’ will connect Spain’s Mallorca to Denia from this weekend

Priced at a startling €90 million, Balearia's Eleanor Roosevelt is the first ferry of its type in the world, operating with innovative natural gas engines

International supermarket chain Lidl launches project to support a sustainable Olive Oil industry in Spain

LIDL Supermarkets are launching a new project on Monday, February 8, promoting the sustainable development of the olive sector in Spain. More than 250,000 families...

OPINION: Spain may be hosting the pivotal COP25 climate conference, but Madrid may need to rethink its approach to...

“People are lazy about not using their cars,” says volunteer Cristina Gomez. “There’s no excuse. We have a very good public transport system”




Travellers through Palma de Mallorca airport will no longer have to remove liquids and electronics from their bags at...

Palma de Mallorca airport is to end the requirements for travellers to remove liquids and electronics from their bags when they pass through security...


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