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18:49

Travel

The Ouirgane valley - the unspoilt base for High Atlas holidaying

Andrew Forbes

Morocco is seductively exotic yet increasingly accessible. The modest airport at Marrakech is finally being expanded and low-cost routes easily connect this bohemian, cultural, and historic city with Europe and beyond. After a few days exploring th

13:51

Local

Torremolinos enters the new year with optimism

Tony Bryant TORREMOLINOS

Town Planning Regulations (PGOU), with which they hope to create stability for entrepreneurs, attract new investors and create sustainable jobs. José Ortiz, who has now been in charge for 18 months, said, "I think that 2017 will be a fundamental year

13:51

Local

Marbella's Puerto Deportivo to get a smart new look in 2017

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ MARBELLA

The 'Puerto Deportivo' in Marbella will benefit from a facelift this year. Work will soon start on improvements to the pedestrian areas in this busy marina near to the historic old town. A large plaza will be laid out around the shops, bars and res

13:51

Local

Costa del Sol welcomes the new year with full hotels and long queues in the shops

P. MARTÍNEZ / J. SOTO MALAGA

Marbella traditionally has one of its quietest months of the year in December. Not even the public holidays at the start of the month attract many visitors to the resort. However, New Year's Eve was the exception to this rule as usual, as hotels put up ... to attract more buyers, with a few shops offering discounts of up to 70 per cent. The Malaga Federation of Retailers, (Federacíon del Comercio de Málaga), told Sur that business owners were "very happy going into the busiest days of the year". In

13:51

Local

Bakers on overtime to get 'roscones' ready

JUAN SOTO MALAGA

...and Batman. El Corte Inglés department store bid to attract more customers this year by hiding 251 gold ingots in its 'roscones' across Spain. Each ingot weighs a gramme and is worth 47 euros except for one that weighs one ounce and worth 1,130

13:59

LifeStyle

Hare's Foot Fern

Denise Bush

Davallia canariensis (synonym Trichomanes canariensis) is an epiphyte fern native to the west Mediterranean region, the Canary Islands and Madeira. Common names include the Hare's Foot Fern and Shinobu Fern although they tend to be used for the genus

09:22

Travel

The Insider Guide: Sacred Valley of the Incas

Andrew Forbes

Carved through the Andes by the Urubamba River, Peru’s remarkable Sacred Valley was at the heart of the Inca Empire. This fertile region lies between the city of Cusco, and the country’s most iconic attraction, the imperial Inca city of Machu Picchu.

10:12

LifeStyle

A short-lived revolutionary idyll

Mark Nayler reading into spain

George Orwell was lucky to make it out of Spain alive. By a mad irony only conceivable amidst the paranoia of war, the pro-revolutionary line of the organisation for which he had been fighting - the Partido Obrero de Unificación Marxista (POUM: ‘The

10:12

Local

Malaga makes its debut at top London investment fair

pedro luis gómez

“These are good times for Malaga and people perceive and value that. I’m sure we’ll attract new businesses,” she added. At a meeting onWednesday the mayor pointed out that the council has been carrying out initiatives to attract foreign investment

10:30

National

The remarkable geology of Accitania

Javier almellones travel

Erosion, combined with the nature of the geology of the Hoya de Guadiz, has created an amazing landscape over millions of years; nowadays, this is a place of desert land, olive groves and even hot springs. All these can be seen around Guadix, a tow

10:30

Local

How much is a cave worth?

Eugenio Cabezas RINCÓN DE LA VICTORIA

How much does a cave cost when it is a tourist attraction and has been declared of special cultural interest? That's the question that a panel of three experts has just answered. In their opinion the Cueva del Tesoro caves, which includes prehistor

10:31

Local

Management change for two archaeological sites

L. P. Estepona

Two of Estepona's main archaeological sites, the Corominas megalithic acropolis and the Las Torres Roman villa will change hands over the course of the next few weeks. Both sites were put out to tender and the contracts were won by local businesswo

10:31

Gibraltar

Gibraltar is setting its sights on "far flung nations" says Picardo

DEBBIE BARTLETT GIBRALTAR

...are also working "beyond Europe to attract investment to Gibraltar and to establish strong, mutually beneficial and friendly relationships in neighbouring and far flung nations." Gibraltar will be hit very hard by the withdrawal of the UK from the

14:47

What to do

Music and culture, something for everyone

Denise Bush WHAT TO DO

Flamenco ‘Quebranto’ Nerja. 21 January, 9pm. Centro Cultural Villa de Nerja. 12€ The dance company Antonio de Verónica trace a path through the different rythms of flamenco. ‘Con Temple’ Vélez-Málaga. 22 January, 9pm. Teatro del Carmen. 5€

14:52

LifeStyle

Snow on the Mountain

Denise Bush GARDENING

The plant genus Breynia includes around 35 species of evergreen shrubs. The most popular of which are the colourful variegated forms as the tiny greenish flowers are virtually invisible. The oval leaves form in flattened, frond-like sprays on pink or

15:39

Sport

Journalists and football fans increase the financial impact

L. PAVÓN sport

The teams who spend the winter on the Costa del Sol during their mid-season break are not just tourists with high spending power, such as the footballers. They always bring an entourage with them, and that also has an impact on the economy and the to

17:23

Sport

A mid-season break in the sun

LEANDRO PAVÓN SPORT

It was on 9 April 2013 that the history of the German city of Dortmund and Malaga became entwined forever. On that day, Málaga CF was on the brink of reaching the semi-finals of the Champions League, but two goals by Borussia - and a controversial de

19:11

LifeStyle

Twins with rhythm in their blood

REGINA SOTORRÍO

All they can remember is that they were French, that they did some spectacular turns above their heads and that one of them "wore a Superman T-shirt." They don't know any more than that about the dancers they saw in the street of their town years ago

16:14

Sport

EuroCup progression hangs in the balance after heavy defeat

juan calderón unicaja

Valencia tore Unicaja apart. In their worst performance of the season and, indeed, in recent memory, the vast gap between Plaza’s side and Valencia was revealed on Wednesday. The hosts are a complete and relentless side, whereas the Malaga outfit, fo

18:42

What to do

Rock 'n' rollin'

Tony Bryant

Rockin Race Jamboree When: Wednesday 1 February until Sunday 5 February Where: Príncipe de Asturias Municipal Auditorium and at various locations around Torremolinos. Tickets: Tickets cost 35 euros for each session. A bonus ticket that entitles

13:48

Local

A dream come true for Basil Al Bayati

JESÚS HINOJOSA Malaga

A journey into the origins of the culture of Al-Andalus, a place to experience new sensations through design, architecture and craftsmanship. That is The Unique World of Basil Al Bayati, a museum and cultural centre which is scheduled to open in Marc

16:00

Opinion

Momentary lapse of reason

Peter Edgerton

For some reason, we keep getting exhorted to "live in the moment". Social media, daily newspapers and quite a few radio programmes appear to be filled with people telling us that this would be a wise and productive thing to do. Self-appointed gurus g

17:29

Local

A dream come true for architect Basil Al Bayati

JESÚS HINOJOSA Malaga

A journey into the origins of the culture of Al-Andalus, a place to experience new sensations through design, architecture and craftsmanship. That is The Unique World of Basil Al Bayati, a museum and cultural centre which is scheduled to open in Marc

13:35

LifeStyle

Silver Loosestrife

Denise Bush Gardening

...stamens open throughout the summer and make an excellent cut flower. They also attract pollinating insects into the garden. Some varieties are grown commercially specifically for the florist industry. L. atropurpureaSur The flowers are followed by seed

15:35

Local

Marbella recovers one million euros from Roca in civil liabilities

Héctor Barbotta Marbella

Marbella town hall reclaimed one of 70 million euros owed to it by Juan Antonio Roca on Wednesday. The provincial court in Malaga agreed that this sum would be taken for civil liabilities in the 'Saqueo 1' and 'Saqueo 2' cases. In the first, Roca w

16:29

LifeStyle

The need to feel useful after retirement

Jennie Rhodes

...users to phone home and stay safe. It is completely reliant on donations from the public, but Jenny is hoping to attract funding from trusts and other organisations. “With 20 years’ experience of writing funding applications and now the MBE addition

16:36

Local

Defibrillator installed in parish church for first time in province

N. CASTRO. LA ENCARNACIÓN DE MARBELLA CHURCH HAS BECOME THE FIRST IN MALAGA PROVINCE TO INSTALL A DEFIBRILLATOR.

La Encarnación church in Marbella has become the first in Malaga province to install a defibrillator. Priest López Solórzano took the initiative to place a defibrillator in the church following the latest report from the Instituto Nacional de Estad

11:08

Opinion

A love affair stronger than Brexit

Rachel Haynes

Just over six months ago, a lot of us in Spain thought that we were in a bad dream, that something surreal was happening but that we would soon wake up and discover with relief that the UK didn't vote for Brexit after all. Then for a while perhaps we

13:46

LifeStyle

Carnival: breaking down social barriers

Tony Bryant MALAGA

The prominent travel writer, Richard Ford, once questioned how the people of Andalusia managed to 'keep themselves', as every day seemed to be a holiday. CARNIVAL HIGHLIGHTS Marbella. Marbella holds its carnival from 12 February until 4 March. A

11:32

Local

School that was on brink of closure thrives thanks to foreign pupils

EUGENIO CABEZAS maro

The state primary school in the small village of Maro has had its fortunes turned around with the arrival of foreign pupils. In 2013 the Virgen de las Maravillas school was on the brink of closure, with just 18 pupils attending classes. However, w

11:17

What to do

Moguer in the early 20th century

javier almellones andalucía

Moguer is determined not to forget its most illustrious resident, the poet Juan Ramón Jiménez, who was born here in 1881. As well as his mausoleum and the house in which he used to live, he is the subject of an unusual festival which takes place ever