May 23, 2018

Come fly with me – new routes launched from UK to Spain

Currently, the airline serves 97 destinations in 23 countries with a staff of 300.
May 17, 2018

Six towns on the Costa del Sol set to get a boost from European grants

It means that Marbella, Fuengirola, Benalmádena, Torremolinos, Cártama and Rincón de la Victoria will receive €50 million between them.
May 15, 2018

Digital voting comes to Andalucia

Voters can decide by using a mobile application called 'Almeria Participa’ available on Android.
May 13, 2018

Viking invasion: This is why the Scandis love Estepona

A genuine town with all year round vegetable markets and ham festivals
May 10, 2018

Estepona’s seafaring tradition is the salt adding seasoning to its tourist offer

Still a working fishing town, much of Estepona's cash flow surges from the port.
May 10, 2018

Estepona is attracting an evermore exclusive crowd when it comes to property

From a sleepy, Andalucian seaside town, Estepona has been revitalised and is seeing a surge of inward investment
May 8, 2018

Discover why Estepona is nicknamed the Garden of the Costa del Sol

Ambling through the sinewy flower-laden streets of the old town
May 6, 2018

Estepona boasts two of the Costa del Golf’s founding courses, and a whole lot more

Two of the genuine grandes dames of the Costa del Golf are found in Estepona.
May 5, 2018

Flower power: Estepona’s garden city looks bloomin’ marvellous in the merry month of May

The cobbled and flower-adorned streets are a draw
April 27, 2018

Primark to open two new stores in Andalucia

Spain is the company's second-biggest market in terms of sales
April 23, 2018

Spain government grants €35 million to repair Andalucia beaches after storm damage

ANDALUCIA has been granted €35,670,000 by Madrid to clean up its beaches.
April 20, 2018

Five must-see festivals in Andalucia this Spring

Now Semana Santa has finished for another year, the region's best feria season is about to begin
February 5, 2018

‘Cursed’ book in Spain about Granada orphan thought lost for 400 YEARS published for the first time

A book chronicling the adventures of a Granada orphan during Spain's Golden Age has been published for the first time.
December 27, 2017

Santa Claus arrives in the Sierra Nevada for festive frolics

There is lots going on at the Sierra Nevada ski resort in the Christmas period
December 18, 2017

Spain announces its latest ‘most beautiful villages’ – and four of them are in Andalucia

SPAIN has added 11 new villages to its official 'Los Pueblos mas Bonitos de España' list. 
October 24, 2017

Andalucia gets its first batch of SNOW as temperatures reach -2C

Fabulous news for skiers
August 12, 2017

Brit athlete breaks Ascent Pico Veleta record on Andalucia’s highest road in Europe

At 3,390m high, it’s Europe’s highest and longest paved road.
April 12, 2017

High and mighty

First brought to homebuyers’ attention by best-selling novelist Chris Stewart, the rooftop villages of the Alpujarras are idyllic Driving Over Lemons country.
April 2, 2017

Perfume museum opens in Granada

As the palace historically had a laboratory dedicated to perfume making, essential oil extraction and ceramics, it makes perfect scents
March 12, 2017

World skiing championships coming to Andalucia for the first time

Hundreds of skiers and snowboarders from 40 nations will touch down in the Sierra Nevada Pradollano resort to compete.
March 9, 2017

Spain music festival guide 2017

The Olive Press has scoured the land to find the must-attend events in 2017, so grab your cervezas and sombreros and begin the party.
February 28, 2017

Granada to finally get tram network 10 years after beginning construction

A city metro system is to finally crank into life. Granada’s 26-stop tram network will launch on March 31, 10 years after construction first began.
February 16, 2017

Granada’s Alhambra to begin ‘integral restoration’ of Court of the Lions

THE Alhambra is set to embark upon a ‘global and integral restoration’ of the Court of the Lions.  After the […]
December 26, 2016

Slope off to Granada

When in the Sierra Nevada, don’t bypass the provincial capital, writes Laurence Dollimore