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15:31

What to do

Art, music, culture and more

Denise Bush

Exhibitions José María Córdoba Fuengirola. Until 20 September. Museo de la Ciudad, C/María Josefa Larrucea. The exhibition Odiseo consists of paintings and drawings created by José María Córdoba and influenced by James Joyce’s books. Stu

11:51

Travel

Travel secrets of the Costa de la Luz

Andrew Forbes

...in English Summer’s Here magazine, I knew I wanted to write about one of my favourite parts of the south - the Costa de la Luz. This sparkling Atlantic coast of light, that runs all the way from Huelva’s Río Guadiana down to the evocative port town ... of Tarifa on Cadiz’s spectacular coast is home to many of Spain’s best beaches. That’s why the Costa de la Luz is my go-to place to chill and unwind. A place of wild nature, virgin beaches and a laid-back surfer vibe that makes me feel younger and ... explore this windswept yet magical coast. The seaside roads meander through laidback villages and small tuna fishing ports. Water sport aficionados love the area, as the wind is channelled by the proximity of the African and European continents, making it

17:45

LifeStyle

31 July 1588: The Spanish Armada reaches English shores

Jennie Rhodes

On 31 July 1588 what became known as the Spanish 'Invincible Armada' encountered the English Navy off the coast of Plymouth. In May that year, during the undeclared Anglo-Spanish war (1585-1604), as Spain's King Felipe II wanted to remove the ... Protestant Queen Elizabeth I from the English throne and restore Catholicism in England, the Spanish Armada set sail from Lisbon under the command of the Duke of Medina-Sidonia. When the fleet was sighted off the English coast in July, Sir Francis Drake ... Portland Bill and another off the coast of the Isle of Wight, but both battles ended in stalemate. The Armada continued eastwards and then strong winds pushed the fleet northwards up the east coast of England. The San Martín, Medina-Sidonia’s

19:26

Local

An incubator in the sand on Marbella beach

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

...found in the Atlantic and the Mediterranean. This year there has been an increase in eggs being laid on the east Levante coast of Spain and the Balearic islands. The Junta experts had expected to find the odd nest on the Almeria coastline, but not on the

11:40

LifeStyle

The man who put the Costa del Sol in Almeria

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

Today Spain is doing its best to bring back tourists from abroad. In the 1920s, the tourism businessman Rodolfo Lussnigg was doing the same. He tried to attract foreigners to the Mediterranean coast of Andalucía by using the year-round sunshine as a ... magnet for people from the north of Europe who 'suffered' from the lack of sunny days and clear blue skies. In 1928 Rodolfo Lussnigg first named the picturesque Mediterranean coast the Costa del Sol, followed by the slogan "Almería, the city where the ... - which he organised for representatives from Europe and Egypt. In the end, he bought the Simón hotel in Almeria and settled there. He liked the coast of Almeria and did his best to make foreign tourists come and enjoy the picturesque landscapes.

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