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The sport of kitesurfing leaves Jon Clarke in a tangle, after the first morning started with a nasty ‘shock’
https://twitter.com/Tim_Roehn/status/1201099762625368065?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1201099762625368065&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fandaluciainformacion.es%2Fandalucia%2F864211%2Funa-patera-desembarca-en-plena-zona-urbana-de-tarifa%2F A BOAT carrying dozens of migrants landed on popular tourist beach in Tarifa this past weekend. The vessel washed up on Playa Chica on Sunday...
Hunt on for ‘mystery Tarifa man’ last pictured with missing Norwegian near Spain’s Costa del Sol before he vanished...
The missing man took a train from Oslo in Norway some days later and disappeared without a trace
SOUTHERN COMFORTS: Why it’s not just the infamous Atlantic wind that keeps the Costa de la Luz so spiritually...
The coastal town in Cadiz province is an endearing mix of beach bum bohemianism and boutique chic, with the added attraction of great seafood and restorative Atlantic winds
Eight arrested in HUGE drug bust in Spain as 200 Guardia Civil officers swoop on Tarifa and Algeciras
It comes as a separate incident saw one of the most notorious hash dealers in Algeciras also detained by police
A YELLOW weather warning will hit the Costa del Sol tonight (Friday) until the early hours of Sunday morning. It comes as no surprise that...
Locals commented on the video branding it a 'disgrace' and 'embarrassing'
TAKE a slice of Ibiza cool, a dash of London savvy and a gust of Europe’s most wonderful wind and you find the hippest...
WE are about between Spain and Morocco in the deepest part of the Straits of Gibraltar. Flying fish, turtles and two types of whale...
Speaking at the Joint Committee on Relations, ombudsman Francisco Marugan said there were 'major deficiencies' in how the media represented illegal migrants.
The flames began after a generator exploded, sending sparks into the kitchen and setting fire to a vat of cooking oil
The four Brits will walk 700 miles from Tarifa to Asturias from February 5 to raise money to help protect the bird, whose population has fallen by 93% in the UK and 74% in Europe since 1970
Perils at sea: The heart-wrenching stories of migrants crossing the Straits of Gibraltar into Southern Spain
The drowning of seven African migrants en route to Tarifa this month highlighted again the 21st century’s biggest crisis, writes Joe Duggan
The locals are extremely proud of their fishy obsession
The camps run for three weeks from July 17 to August 14
Swapping his interactive whiteboard for a road bike, Briton Andrew Sykes cycled 8,000km across the continent
The days of ‘espeto’ sardines and sipping sangria on the sand are back, as the coast’s chiringuitos open up for spring
The centres were described as ‘places representing the most flagrant infringement of human rights’.
The 18-year-old won his first freestyle title in December