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TOBACCONISTS on the Costa Blanca say they've had a bad year for sales as travel restrictions has slashed their main customer base,...
OK so Spain has navigated Storm Corona pretty well, but what will the ravaged business landscape look like afterwards?
THE first set of Brits have been arriving on the Costa del Sol in recent days and we could not be happier that they’re here.
BRITISH tourists are out in force on the Costa del Sol, many lavishing praise on the Spanish Government’s COVID-19 safety measures.
OPINION: Andalucia’s COVID-19 outbreaks show that expat fears of British tourists in Spain are not unfounded
A SCROLL through expat Facebook groups will tell you that not everyone in Spain is best pleased at the return of foreign...
KEEP EM OUT: British expat fears on Spain’s Costa del Sol as tourists descend from UK where new COVID-19...
AS the first flights into Spain from the UK touch down, British expats have voiced their fears at their compatriots spreading coronavirus.
BENIDORM’S beaches are ready, tourism services are in place, bars and restaurants are starting to reopen and hotels are on standby –...
THE Alhambra will reopen its doors on June 17, it has been announced.
Spain’s La Sagrada Familia will open its doors to Barcelona front-line professionals free of charge for two weekends in...
LA Sagrada Familia will open its doors to Barcelona front-line professionals free of charge for the first two weekends in July, as a sign of gratitude, it has been announced.
Denmark urges citizens not to travel to Spain this summer, fearing the country isn’t safe following the coronavirus crisis
THE Danish Government has urged its citizens not to travel to Spain this summer, fearing that the country will not be safe following the COVID-19 pandemic.
TENS of thousands of tourists have remained on the Canary and Balearic islands respectively, despite the coronavirus.
TOURISTS are spending most of their money in supermarkets, a study has announced.
‘Fake bus driver’ who made €3.2 million from tourists and kids on Costa del Sol and across Spain arrested...
Police located the illegal buses in areas of Spain as far-flung as Madrid, Toledo, Valencia, Malaga, Almeria and Zaragoza
Academics have suggested that the ‘rebound’ is thanks to a lot of political unrest in other countries, such as Turkey, Egypt or Tunisia, with people who are looking for a few weeks in the sun opting for a trip to Spain’s south coast instead.
The tongue-in-cheek medley sees Lopez blast British tourists for mispronouncing paella and drinking too much Stella
Whether we like it or not, tourism to Spain boosts the economy and sways the property market, writes Amanda...
Perhaps our hoteliers will need to start adjusting their hotel rates to be more competitive...just saying!
WATCH: Expat gives hilarious guide for boozy Brits heading to Marbella (WARNING: Not for the easily offended)
Svetlana Stanislav advises would be holidaymakers from the UK how to 'act more like a human and less like an animal'
PESTS: Cadiz set to banish thousands of pigeons from city centre AN Andalucian city has pledged to banish...
A €500 million lawsuit is launched and there are already 200 claimants, following an Olive Press investigation
The Spanish Medicine Agency has finally issued a directive to ban the drug for British and Irish tourists and regulate it for expats in Spain
60 tourists and residents rescued from roofs and vehicles in Mallorca as island battered again by flash floods
SOME 60 residents and tourists have been rescued from their cars and roofs from flash floods tearing through Mallorca today. It comes just a week...
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
The Balearic Islands government is set to crackdown on boozy all-inclusive trips in Mallorca and Ibiza