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January 10, 2017
STUNNING: Santiago lies close to golden beaches

Spain’s record-breaking 2016 tourism figures to exceed 74 million

Foreign visitors spent €60 billion in the country last year, making a major contribution to the economy
December 31, 2016
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Millions of British holidaymakers snapping up bargain trips to Spain for 2017

MILLIONS of British tourists will book 2017 holidays to Spain before New Year’s Eve. Bargain hunters are snapping up summer […]
December 26, 2016
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Slope off to Granada

When in the Sierra Nevada, don’t bypass the provincial capital, writes Laurence Dollimore
December 25, 2016
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Christmas in Ronda

Tucked up by the fire or bearing the elements in Andalucia’s most emblematic town, Ronda’s many layers offer up scenes worthy of a Christmas card
December 23, 2016
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Sierra Nevada’s winter wonderland

Spain’s Costa del Snow turns flood-sick piste-off hack Chloe Glover into a ski junkie
December 10, 2016
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Princess Diana’s favourite Costa del Sol hotel to make a glittering comeback

The iconic Byblos hotel in Mijas is set to reopen its doors to a new A-list crowd after being sold for €60 million


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August 10, 2016
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Jerez: The toast of Andalucia

Sherry is only part of the heady mix that makes Jerez a heaven for hedonists. Imogen Calderwood samples the cultural cocktail that leaves every visitor shaken and stirred
August 10, 2016
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Benahavis: Billionaires’ paradise

Benahavis is home to some of the world’s wealthiest people, a haven for fine art, fabulous scenery, fantastic golf and first-class cuisine – all within minutes of the Costa del Sol. Tom Powell heads for the hills to sample a slice of the A-list’s Arcadia
August 10, 2016
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Building bridges in San Pedro de Alcantara

Once a mere dormitory town for its sassier sister Marbella, San Pedro de Alcantara is today looking decidedly racier. The former farming community has finally come of age, writes Rob Horgan


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