Explore Andalucia

June 3, 2016

La Cala de Mijas: Fortress of fun

The planks were laid a year ago in La Cala de Mijas helping to bring a slice of celebrity stardust […]
June 3, 2016

Life’s a beach in Estepona

From its potted geraniums and cultivated orchids to its seafaring virgin and its Banksy-style art gallery, it’s sweet to live […]
June 3, 2016

A weekend in the campo: Mountain-biking, yoga and feasting in stunning Subbetica

Mountain-biking, yoga and roaming the hills with a goat at your heel are the best ways to disconnect in the […]
June 3, 2016

Push the boat out in Estepona port

All the fun of Puerto Banus without a Gucci bag in sight. BARS, boats, restaurants and much more. Estepona port […]
February 22, 2016

Duquesa: Port of Adventure

La Duquesa is a culinary voyage of discovery, writes Tom Powell
February 19, 2016

Manilva mania

The town that enraptured a Roman emperor and a flamenco star is not resting on its laurels in its drive to attract new admirers, writes Joe Duggan
February 14, 2016

Port of adventure

Port, olive oil and ham… Jon Clarke heads on a romantic trip to Porto taking in the best of the western part of Spain en route
February 3, 2016

A real sense of place at Six Senses resort in Portugal

Olive Press reviews Europe's first Six Senses resort on the Douro river, inland from Porto
January 12, 2016

Party pistes!

There is plenty of nightspots in the Sierra Nevada if you know where to look
December 17, 2015

Competa: A home for life

Laid back Competa is home to many long-term expats, including Spain’s very own Lonely Planet editor, writes Rob Horgan
December 15, 2015

Comares: Balcony of the Axarquia

Comares is a stunning mountain-top pueblo and an adventurer’s dream, writes Tom Powell
December 15, 2015

Road trip through the Axarquia from Nerja to Comares

Mountain peaks, olive groves, vineyards and Moorish white villages take Rob Horgan’s breath away on a journey up hills and back in time through the Axarquia
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