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Costa de la Luz: Into the light

Rob Horgan takes a ride through the sunbleached 'fresh and natural' towns of the bright and breezy Costa de la Luz

British teacher takes on 8,000km cycle across Europe

Swapping his interactive whiteboard for a road bike, Briton Andrew Sykes cycled 8,000km across the continent

Beach bar o’clock as the coast’s chiringuitos open for business

The days of ‘espeto’ sardines and sipping sangria on the sand are back, as the coast’s chiringuitos open up for spring

Human rights organisation slams Algeciras migrant detention centres

The centres were described as ‘places representing the most flagrant infringement of human rights’.

Tarifa-based world champion Liam Whaley aims to take kitesurfing to the next level

The 18-year-old won his first freestyle title in December

European Commission bans construction on unspoilt Costa de la Luz beach

A scheme to build thousands of homes alongside a virgin beach in Tarifa has been outlawed

Tarifa-based 21-year-old wins her 10th kitesurfing world title

Youngest ever kitesurfing world champion bags her tenth world title

Guardia Civil launch new stolen car detection system

The video system can identify, with 98% accuracy, the registration of any car, even it is travelling as fast as 180kph

Spanish farm worker airlifted to hospital after being gored by fighting bull

Victim helicoptered to hospital after suffering serious injures

Tarifa swaps seafood for jamon for Ruta del Iberico

From December 4-8 the gastronomic festival will see 30 of the town’s restaurants serving up innovative dishes

Guardia Civil arrest van driver transporting 550kg of unregistered tuna

The tuna was deposited with the Campo de Gibraltar food bank, while the driver faces a court hearing

Warwick rowers strip off on Spanish beaches for 2016 calendar

Risque rowers bare all for charity calendar loved by Sir Ian McKellen and Stephen Fry

Lucky to be alive after N340 horror crash

Firefighters spent six hours extricating them from the wreckage due to the car’s precarious position on the Tarifa to Algeciras road

Sotogrande language school determined to ‘make them speak’

Pueblo Nuevo-based Blah blah blah language school with outposts in Gibraltar, Tarifa and Marbella has a team of 10 highly-qualified teachers

Andalucia boasts three of Spain’s ‘coolest’ beach clubs

Andalucia is the cream of Spain’s beach club crop

Surf ‘n’ turf in Valdevaqueros, Andalucia’s little slice of Ibiza

No other place better epitomises the hip Tarifa scene than Valdevaqueros, writes Jon Clarke

Blown away by Tarifa and the Costa de la Luz

Fifteen years after her first taste of Tarifa, Iona Napier returns to the wind capital of Europe and well, once again, gets... blown away

Bird watching association appeal for volunteers ahead of summer campaign

A conservation society speaks to the OP on their latest bird watching migration programme this summer

Top Gibraltar scientist speaks out on Straits Neanderthals

Clive Finlayson will give a talk in Spain on March 27-29

VIDEO: Puppies abandoned outside expat’s home

Watch moving footage of the moment an English expat discovered six adandoned puppies in a cardboard box

Toddler on beach hurt in Tarifa kitesurf accident

Father blames misleading outdated signposts

Tarifa’s new bird lab to become world leader for migration

The centre will study the effect of global change on bird migration

Tarifa property worth more than exclusive Marbella

Rapidly rising real estate prices give Marbs a run for its money

Tarifa up there with Spain’s hottest property spots

Tarifa is in the top six key property hotspots in Spain, claims agent Tony Cassidy

Where to eat on the Costa de la Luz

There is a fantastic range of places to eat and drink on the Costa de la Luz, writes Jon Clarke

The Whaley brothers and the Costa de la Luz windsurfing revolution

It is three decades since the talented Whaley brothers launched the first windsurf businesses on the Costa de la Luz




EXCLUSIVE: Residents feared for their homes when multiple fronts of flames raced towards their homes in L’Atzubia last night

Many expat residents were forced to flee their homes in fear as the giant wall of flames approached. One, Chloe Modrekelidze send the Olive Press...


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