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Weekend in Madrid: Five reasons why Spain’s arty capital should be drawing you in this spring

GET set, ready… Go! The masks are off and it’s time for an adventure. But nothing too exotic. Madrid is the perfect spring escape. And...

TRAVEL: Nine breathtaking UNESCO sites in Spain you should put on your bucket list

IF your Spanish holiday involves sun, sandy beaches and a bit of booze, there’s still an awful lot you are missing out on. While many...

Spectacular world-famous Fallas featuring fireworks and giant statues return to Spain’s Valencia

THE Fallas de Valencia celebrations are in full swing with a return to pre-pandemic schedules. The heady mix of fireworks, bonfires, flowers, festivals, and eye-catching...

Unique fireworks display in Costa Blanca city of Elche gets national tourist recognition in Spain

THE Costa Blanca's most spectacular outdoor event has been recognised as a 'Festival of National Tourist Interest'. Elche's Nit de l'Álba takes place every August...

Madrid’s Retiro park just won UNESCO status but it hides a shameful secret for Spain

CAMPAIGNERS are calling for recognition of a shameful period in the history of Madrid’s Retiro park when people would come to stare wide-eyed at...

Andalucian village makes UNESCO bid to protect tradition of neighbourly doorstep chat

A SLEEPY town in the southern tip of Spain wants to elevate the long held tradition of having a neighbourly chat on one’s doorstep...

Madrid’s Retiro Park and Paseo del Prado awarded UNESCO World Heritage Status

THE CITY of Madrid will appear on the list of world heritage sites for the first time after its Retiro Park and Paseo del...

15 lesser known ancient ruins that are a must-see in Andalucia and the Costa del Sol in Spain

What are your favourite little known Moorish and Roman sites in Spain?

Spain’s flamenco agony: Tablaos are on the path to extinction in battle to survive coronavirus crisis

THE temples of flamenco, the sacred tablaos, find themselves on the path to extinction as one by one they are closing their doors for...

Flamenco, the dance of Spain, celebrates 10 years as intangible cultural heritage

Andalucia is considered the heartland of Flamenco, although it also has roots in regions such as Murcia and Extremadura.

Valencia gets first UNESCO biosphere reserves with Alto Turia and Valle de Cabriel

THE Valencian Community has received its first two UNESCO biosphere reserves following an announcement last Wednesday. The two new reserves are Alto Turia, near Valencia...

Malaga to push for UNESCO protection for ‘espeto’ sardines

MALAGA'S culture committee has agreed to push to have 'espetos' recognised as an item of Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO.  The popular sardine skewer is...

Culture top reason tourists visit Andalucia

Culture has now overtaken weather as the most popular reason to visit

Dia Del Flamenco to be celebrated today across Andalucia

The sixth annual celebration is taking place all over Andalucia to celebrate the passionate dance, music and singing form that has its roots in the region

A tour of Spain’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Check out the OP’s own UNmissable UNESCO collection

Antequera dolmens receive UNESCO World Heritage status

They are described as outstanding examples of megalithic architecture

Drones deployed to save 200,000 protected palm trees in Spain

Scores of red palm weevil have been burrowing up the site's trees

Spain want its tapas to gain UNESCO status

UNESCO are said to be 'looking into it'

Top rainy day activities near the Costa del Sol

We've rounded up some of the best easy-reach, rainy day spots to prove there is much more to do here than just hit the beach

WORLD HERITAGE WONDERS: The best UNESCO sites in Spain

With the package holiday Mecca of Benidorm vying for UNESCO World Heritage status, Tom Powell checks out membership to this exclusive culture club

Benidorm seeks Unesco world heritage status

The land of package holiday heaven wants to become a cultural wonder of the world

Press power prevails: Common sense at last over Los Merinos saga

For 20 years the Los Merinos saga has rumbled on

Supreme Court scraps Andalucia’s most controversial golf macroproject Los Merinos near Ronda

Ronda’s Los Merinos golf macroproject has been scrapped by the Supreme Court after almost a decade of legal warfare

Did gold-greedy Romans kick-off climate change in Spain?

Columinst Jack Gaioni takes a look at Las Medulas as an example of what the Romans did for us

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