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16:42

Local

A plan gets under way to attract cycle tourism to the region in the winter months

Nieves Castro MALAGA

...nothing to do with travelling around a city or town on a bike,” he says. Spending power The Mancomunidad’s challenge is to overcome seasonal tourism and attract cyclists and cycling teams to train in this area during the winter, when the climate is ... favourable and there are fewer tourists staying in the hotels. “It’s time for the Costa del Sol to take action and find new ways to attract visitors all year round. We have everything we need to become a benchmark for active tourism,” said the president of

15:29

LifeStyle

Rayless golden rod

Denise Bush

Bigelowia is a small genus of plants native to Texas, Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia and Florida in the US. It is a member of the daisy family (Asteraceaea) and although commonly called Rayless goldenrod it is not related to the similar-looking Solid

14:50

Gibraltar

Festival to welcome budding poets

D.B.

Budding bards on the Rock are invited to take part in a poetry competition as part of the Autumn Cultural Festival, as the event looks to extend its cultural reach. Everybody is allowed two entries and the winner will receive £500 and a trophy.

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

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

12:12

Opinion

A step too far

Mark Nayler

...abolish "tax dumping" in Madrid - i.e. the reduction of the capital's tax rates to attract business and investment. The principle, rather than the specific content, of this clause is the most objectionable aspect of his pact with the ERC. Spanish politics