February 19, 2018

Channel 4’s ‘A New Life in the Sun’ features couple living in Andalucia

Despite the hard work the couple are loving their new life in Spain plan to stay here for life.
February 16, 2018

Sierra de las Nieves moves one step closer to becoming national park

The park is home to the largest population of Spanish firs in Andalusia and more than 150 species of birds.
February 13, 2018

New reality TV show recruiting homeowners across the Costa del Sol

Every episode tells a different story with different people, also featuring their estate agents who are helping them buy or rent a property
February 12, 2018

Amazing moment Malaga’s real life Robinson Crusoe makes fire from plastic bag filled with water

This is the moment a Malaga castaway makes fire using a plastic bag filled with water.
February 10, 2018

Spain’s high-speed Renfe train to offer ‘low cost’ tickets

The high-speed train, which travels from Malaga to Barcelona, Madrid and elsewhere, will be selling tickets at 20-25% cheaper than current rates.
February 8, 2018

Discovering Andalucia’s rocky roads on your doorstep

There is nothing I like more than getting out on my mountain bike and exploring the stunningly beautiful Andalucian countryside, writes Ashley Higgins
February 7, 2018

Spain cracks 500-year-old secret code used by King Ferdinand

King Ferdinand's secret code used some 500 years ago has finally been cracked by experts in Spain.
February 6, 2018

NO MORE bar licences and music crackdown for more than 100 Malaga streets

Malaga will not grant any more licences for bars and will crackdown on music-playing hours.
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.
January 30, 2018

Why buying a bike is the only resolution worth investing in for the New Year

Every January the majority of us make a New Year’s Resolution to get fit, lose weight and be healthier
January 29, 2018

Sunken Spanish treasures waiting to be found off the coast

Divers from the Guardia Civil’s underwater team also found a pottery jar from 3BC, potentially worth millions, commenting: ‘It is very likely that there are still some gems out there just waiting to be discovered.’
January 27, 2018

Madrid mayor sets out ambitious plan to turn capital into green city

The plan is called Plan A, ‘because there is no plan b’, according to mayor of the capital Manuela Carmena.
January 9, 2018

Cadiz tradition should be recognised by Royal Spanish Academy, says Podemos

Carols are sung by flamenco singers while guitar players strum dozens of original songs learned and added to over generations.
March 3, 2017

Activists demand a ban on animal circuses in Cadiz town

Toniza is hopeful that Chiclana Town Hall officials will discuss why it continues to allow travelling circuses with performing animals to stop in the town.
August 11, 2016
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Sotogrande’s secret places to dine

Given the demands for quality in Sotogrande, it is perhaps not surprising that to survive, its restaurants have had to follow suit.
August 10, 2016

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
All about Andalucia boat

Up Soto creek with a paddle

IT is by far the most exciting way to arrive in Sotogrande. But you are likely to get wet so […]
August 10, 2016
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Sotogrande: One-stop paradise

Laurence Dollimore finds a down-to-earth welcome in the high society paradise of Sotogrand Photo: Jon Clarke “IT’S an absolute privilege […]
July 14, 2016

A fun-filled getaway in Sotogrande

Jon Clarke discovers that Sotogrande is more about activities and sports than hobnobbing with the upper classes
July 14, 2016

Shedding light on the Costa de la Luz

THE Costa de la Luz, or Coast of Light, stretches for 200 kilometres from Tarifa to the Portuguese border, near […]
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

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 […]
June 13, 2016

Travel through Jerez in latest excerpt from expat author Nick Nutter

STUNNING: Cathedral WITH its prancing horses, Grand Prix racers and fiery flamenco, the city with the PX factor also delivers culture […]