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13:21

LifeStyle

The goddess Ceres wants to come home to Cártama

Fernando torres

When it was first discovered, the head of the goddess Ceres was thought to be no more than a piece of stone. It turned out however to be of great archaeological value, part of a Roman sculpture dating back to the first century. The head is known loca

12:37

LifeStyle

27 April 1928: Spain's first National Tourist Board was founded

Debbie Bartlett

On 27 April 1928, during the dictatorship of Primo de Rivera, Spain's first National Tourist Board was founded to encourage Spanish people to explore their own country more and to attract visitors from abroad. It had a short and somewhat eventful

15:02

Local

Nerja Museum reports record visitor numbers

Jennie Rhodes

Nerja Museum, which belongs to the Nerja cave foundation, has reported record visitor numbers this summer. Over a three month period from 15 June to 15 September, 27,000 people visited the attraction; an increase of 19 per cent on the same period

12:29

Local

Provincial authority grants Bernardo de Gálvez posthumous honour

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

A proposal put forward by the PSOE to make Bernardo de Gálvez a 'hijo predilecto', or 'favourite son' of the province was approved by the Diputación provincial authority on Tuesday. The idea is similar to giving an important figure the keys to a city

12:07

Local

A passionate reason to grow a beard

Jennie Rhodes riogordo

El Paso, Riogordo’s famous Passion Play, has been performed at Easter in the town since 1951. It is as popular with tourists as it is with locals, regularly attracting around 10,000 people. The event has been designated by the provincial government

16:43

Local

Summer tickets for the Caminito del Rey now available online

Pilar Martínez

Until this week, anyone planning a trip to the Caminito del Rey, the famous daredevil walkway in El Chorro, has not been able to book a slot for any later than 31 May. However, it is now possible to purchase tickets for June through to September from

13:21

LifeStyle

Helping the arts to flourish in Nerja

Jennie Rhodes Helen Sijsling; Chair, The Arts Society

...year, the son of the late British author, George Orwell, will be talking to the society about the life and works of his father. During her time as chair, Helen has worked tirelessly to attract “young, buoyant speakers” and indeed open up the society to

12:25

LifeStyle

Wild Rhea

Denise Bush

Debregeasia or Wild Rhea is native to East Asia, China and the Himalayas. In its native habitat it grows on the banks of streams in forests and mountain valleys. It forms an evergreen shrub reaching up to five metres tall and was traditionally an imp

12:43

LifeStyle

Mindfulness and personal development in Marbella

Charo MÁrquez

'Marbella Open Mind Fest', the first international festival for personal development, started on Wednesday. The festival, which ends on Sunday, is centred on the Albergue Juvenil Fuerte Nagüeles complex behind the town centre. Seventy masters, e

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

11:21

LifeStyle

Silphium perfoliatum

Denise Bush

The Virginia cup plant or Silphium perfoliatum, also commonly called Roisin Weed, will reach about two metres tall once fully grown. It has a habit of sprawling through the border with the flowers peering over the top of other plants unless is it ade

20:00

LifeStyle

Isla Cristina, a gourmet diner’s paradise

Patrick Stamann

Isla Cristina is located west of Huelva on the Costa de la Luz. This privileged spot was only settled in the 18th century by Catalan fishermen who were attracted by the rich tuna and sardine deposits and the salt marshes. Today, Isla Cristina is th

17:47

LifeStyle

Wavy leaf privet

Denise Bush

Ligustrum japonicum ‘Recurvifolium’, or wavy leaf privet, is a hardy shrub or small tree. It is an evergreen with glossy, dark-green leaves which have wavy edges. The curled leaves are slightly lighter underneath and give the effect of movement, a fa

21:21

Sport

Victorious but still lacking visibility

joseba vázquez

...silver medal in Rio. “We attract up to 2.5 million spectators when we play in a final,” says Eli Pinedo. There is no doubt about it. Pierre de Coubertain got it very, very wrong indeed.

13:04

Local

Work well under way on new Caminito del Rey visitor centre

fernando torres ardales

On a visit to the Caminito del Rey this week, local and provincial politicians inspected the ongoing work on new visitor facilities and improved access. Work started on a new visitor centre at the southern end of the high-level walk through the El

18:18

Opinion

Rich and poor by EU standards

JENNIE RHODES

...corrupt south and the ‘poorer’ southern countries in the south believing that the rich north reaps all the benefits. Either way, Vélez-Málaga is hoping to attract more tourists, and create jobs with its investment and at least in Andalucía, perhaps

13:51

LifeStyle

All the pink ladies

Denise Bush gardening

Oenothera is a member of the Onagraceaea family, commonly known as Evening Primrose. The most well-known evening primroses have yellow flowers but O. speciosa has delicate pale pink blooms which attract lots of pollinating insects. The blooms of

11:58

Sport

Malaga hoping to tie Pablo and Juankar down to long-term deals

ANTONIO GÓNGORA malaga

Pablo Fornals' rapid progression isn’t going unnoticed. At 21 years of age, and now a regular starter in Míchel’s midfield, the youngster is being courted by a number of teams both home and abroad. Fornals signed a new deal only a year ago, but wit

15:18

LifeStyle

Period drama on the Caminito del Rey

FERNANDO TORRES ARDALES

Visitors to the Caminito del Rey gorge walkway were taken back in time at the weekend when they came across the incongruous sight of a royal party from the 1920s - wearing modern-day hard hats. Fifteen actors from the Ardales amateur dramatics soc

14:28

LifeStyle

Myrtle-leaf milk wort

Denise Bush gardening

Polygala myrtifolia, commonly called the myrtle-leaf milkwort or September bush (La Lechera del Cabo in Spanish), is native to South Africa. It is a member of the Polygalaceae family (milkworts) which has 17 genera and approximately 950 species. P

14:13

LifeStyle

The Fringe Tree

Denise Bush Gardening

...pubescens and common names include the Fringe tree, Old Man’s Beard and Snowflower. The berries.SUR After the long panicles of flowers (up to 20cm long) have faded in the autumn, dark blue or black berries form which attract birds. The fruits which are

13:12

LifeStyle

Preserving the traditions of Spain in art

Tony Bryant In the frame

A former plumber, tutor and newspaper cartoonist, 55-year-old Chandy Haggett is probably one of the most innovative artists living on the Costa del Sol today. Born in London in 1962, Chandy’s life has been far from conventional and her journey to b

17:03

LifeStyle

The diamond mine that failed to shine

JAVIER ALMELLONES

Carlos Romero explains, "it could have been a smokescreen by Franco to attract foreign capital". Earlier studies The most likely answer, however, is that it was justnot profitable to extract such small quantities of diamonds in those conditions. The

15:17

Travel

Tangier: colourful past, vibrant future

Daryl Finch Travel

From an Arabic outpost for spies and writers, to the perfect getaway for rock stars and the jet set, Tangier has seen it all. Controlled by everyone, and at times no one, Morocco's northernmost city has always been uniquely placed in the Arab world.

14:16

LifeStyle

A sensory trip along the Caminito

FERNANDO TORRES ÁLORA

"The feeling of being surrounded by nature at such a height is unexplainable," said Rosa García, who lost her vision many years ago. She was describing her experience this week as a participant in the Caminito del Rey's pilot tour customised for the

14:01

Local

The 15 newcomers to Cartajima

VANESSA MELGAR Cartajima

...worried that it would have to close. He therefore took the unusual step of offering a job and low-cost accommodation for families with children, to attract them to Cartajima so that the number of pupils at the school (which like Pujerra, Júzcar, Faraján,

12:19

LifeStyle

Internationally-renowned cellist, Jacob Shaw, visits the Costa del Sol

Tony Bryant MALAGA

The world of classical music is often associated with the rich and upper-class intellectuals. To those people who are not familiar with the classic composers, it seems to be a world far beyond their reach. PERSONAL PROJECTS Scandinavian Cello Schoo

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

14:41

What to do

Three cultures come together in Frigiliana this week

Jennie Rhodes

The Festival Tres Culturas de Frigiliana is celebrating its 12th year and will take place from 24 until 27 August. It has become one of the most popular festivals in Malaga province attracting people from all over Spain and abroad. Last year some 3

13:53

Local

Two million euros set aside for Vélez-Malaga tram repairs

A. PELÁEZ.

Vélez-Málaga town hall has set aside two million euros for repairs to the infrastructure for its tram system, which was pulled from service in June 2012. The town hall hopes to attract a company to undertake the work, which it failed to do when it

15:52

Local

Torremolinos, home of Pride

Tony Bryant

Around 40,000 people packed into the Plaza de la Nogalera in Torremolinos over the weekend for the town's Pride festival that has become the third most important LGBT event in Spain after Madrid and Barcelona. Eurovision Song Contest winner, Dana I

16:51

Local

Real estate firm proposes 300-million-euro project to revamp Tivoli

Alberto Gómez Benalmádena

The real estate group Tremón plans to modernise the Costa del Sol's iconic theme park, Tivoli World, as well as developing adjoining land to create a commercial and leisure centre. The Madrid firm proposes to create a complex covering more than 152

14:40

What to do

Bill Bailey brings 20 years of comedy to Torremolinos

Tony Bryant

...already sold out and promotors are predicting that his Spanish shows, which include Barcelona, Madrid and Torremolinos, will attract much attention and are advising early reservation. Tickets for the Torremolinos show, which will be held in the

14:42

Local

Puerto Banús planning for 50th anniversary celebrations in 2020

charo márquez

...people, especially via social media. The aim is to attract more tourism, not only to the port but to Marbella as a whole, says CEO Juan Nuñez Insausti. Puerto Banús has always been popular with jet setters, but the 50th anniversary is seen as a turning