Explore Andalucia

July 14, 2016

Finding my inner cowgirl in the Tabernas desert

Wendy Williams visits the the Wild West set, where spaghetti westerns - and more recently Doctor Who - were made
July 14, 2016

Uncovering the hidden gems of Chiclana de la Frontera

I’LL be honest, Chiclana de la Frontera always seemed a bit of a carbuncle to be avoided en route to the laid back beaches of Conil and El Palmar or the elegance of Vejer. But since moving to the town, I have started to discover those hidden gems that only the locals know about. You know, the ones that rarely make it into the guide books.
July 14, 2016

Sally Harrison takes a ride up to majestic Comares

COMARES is probably the most talked about village in the Axarquia. From almost anywhere, you can catch sight of this town […]
July 14, 2016

Riding the wind: Kite-surfing on the Costa del Sol

DRIVE along the main road west of Tarifa – or up by the Trafalgar lighthouse, near Vejer – and on a windy day, you will […]
July 14, 2016

Tarifa: Where the wind blows

By Wendy Williams IT is the southernmost point of Europe. Where the Atlantic Ocean crashes into the Mediterranean, where the […]
July 14, 2016

Blood Wedding, nudist beaches and Mojito Joe!

GROWING up, there was one place in Europe that I knew I could always get away from it all and […]
July 14, 2016

Where to eat and sleep in Mojacar

IT is sometimes suggested in gentle criticism that there is more to eat in Mojacar than ajo colorado, gachas, pelotas […]
July 14, 2016

Living it up on the Levante

THE Costa Levante of Almeria is a popular destination for holidaymakers and expats alike. It offers superb sandy beaches with […]
July 14, 2016

Mojacar the mystic mount

Lenox Napier offers a history of Mojacar and how the town got its name MOJACAR comes from the Arab name […]
July 14, 2016

Mojacar: The Corner of Enchantment

Long-time resident Lenox Napier recalls the good old days of Mojacar when his dad played checkers with Orson Welles and kicked a young Dennis Hopper up the backside
July 14, 2016

Chris Stewart: Why I am still in love with Spain

By Chris Stewart I WAS just 21 when I first arrived in Spain, hitchhiking over the Pyrenees into this strange, […]
July 14, 2016

Sunny outlook for tourism in Spain

THE lure of year-round sunshine remains strong for visitors to Spain after it was revealed as the world’s second most […]
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