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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.

10:30

Travel

Scottish Capital Gains

Andrew Forbes TRAVEL

A grey sandstone building half-way up Edinburgh’s Lothian Road, opposite the city’s imposing Usher Hall, has for more than 30 years offered escapism into different worlds, through visual story-telling of intrigue, romance and fantasy. Here at Edinbur

18:59

LifeStyle

A taste of the south at Madrid Fusión

MARINA MARTÍNEZ

Restaurante and Sollo) boast Michelin stars, as well as the Vincci Posada del Patio hotel's executive chef, Sergio Garrido, brought a snippet of the Mediterranean, boat included, with a cooking demonstration with which the Sabor a Málaga brand hoped to promote

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

12:59

LifeStyle

Nationalities to unite in Nerja

Jennie Rhodes NERJA

...village belonging to Nerja and is most famous for Maro Cerro-Gordo cliffs, which lie between the village and neighbouring La Herradura, which is in Granada province. The cliffs are a popular diving and snorkelling spot, as they boast a wealth of marine

15:31

Local

Costa del Sol journalists glimpse the Torremolinos of the future

Tony Bryant TORREMOLINOS

Members of the foreign media sector on the Costa del Sol learned more of Torremolinos council’s plans and expectations for the future at a social forum held in the town last week. The meeting, under the title of ‘Torremolinos, rebirth of an icon’,

12:06

Local

La Herradura boutique hotel should be open in time for summer

Jennie Rhodes LA HERRADURA

A new boutique hotel, the Peña Parda Bay, named after its predecessor, the Hostal Peña Parda, as well as the beach on which it is located, is due to open its doors in time for the summer season. The hotel will boast 18 en suite rooms and two

19:44

Sport

An ode to Isco

Rob Palmer a look at la liga

...wages. Now he is proving invaluable in the quest for Real to boast being Champions of Europe and Spain at the same time for the first time since the 1950s. We all knew he had immense talent from his days at Malaga but Zinedine Zidane took time to

14:17

What to do

Gardens open for charity

Jennie Rhodes la alpujarra

Three gardens in the Alpujarra will be open on 27 and 28 May to raise money for charities. The Jardín de la Alpujarra, Órgiva Tea Garden and Jardín Nevada in the Alpujarra region of Granada province will be offering the opportunity for visitors to

15:24

Travel

The Insider Guide: Fuerteventura

Andrew Forbes the insider guide

A holiday-maker’s favourite and a surfer’s paradise; Fuerteventura boasts some of the archipelago’s finest beaches but also an interesting interior landscape and history. STAY: Gran Hotel Atlantis Bahía Real - Corralejo To the north east of Fue

18:16

Travel

Fuerteventura for all seasons

Andrew Forbes

As the Spanish would say, I’m ‘inquieto’. I have a restless spirit that means that I just love to explore; and when it comes to visiting a new place, it’s rewarding to discover the hidden aspects of a destination. Fuerteventura The Insider

12:57

Sport

Costa del Golf Tour gets off to a flying start in Marbella

ALBERTO GÓMEZ MALAGA

European Tour. The course boast 45 holes in total and opened in 1959, making it one of the oldest on the Costa del Sol. The second, and final chance to get to the final, will be at Cabopino, also in Marbella.

15:50

LifeStyle

Malaga's 'campero' goes to France

JUAN SOTO MALAGA

In Saint-Michel-De-Maurienne, a small village near some of the most famous ski resorts in the French Alps, a ‘Malagueño’ makes a living selling camperos (flat breads lightly toasted and with a variety of fillings) from his food truck. Daniel Rojas

18:08

LifeStyle

Money, money, money... always sunny... in the rich man’s world

Rachel Amstrong

With its enviable micro-climate, diverse beaches and stunning views across the Mediterranean Sea, it is not difficult to see why Marbella attracts so many tourists. But, aside from daytime tanning sessions and traditional chiringuitos (typical beac

18:53

LifeStyle

Underground is cool

Jennie Rhodes

Nerja’s famous caves are a favourite among visitors and locals alike, while Rincón de la Victoria’s Cueva del Tesoro is a relatively unknown secret, despite being the only marine cave in Europe. An underground favourite Quite possibly the only pl

18:39

Sport

Pablo Fornals leaves training camp ahead of Villarreal transfer

sergio cortés

Midfielder Pablo Fornals has left Malaga's training camp in the Netherlands ahead of a 12-million-euro move to league rivals Villarreal. The player communicated his wish to move to both sporting director Francesc Arnau and coach Míchel and said his

20:09

LifeStyle

The rise and fall of the expat club

Tony Bryant

During the 1960s and 70s, thousands of expatriates from all over Europe and America began arriving on the Costa del Sol. The majority were retirees in search of their dream home and a chance to spend their third age lapping up the Spanish sun. How

15:56

Travel

The Insider Guide: The American Riviera

Andrew Forbes

American ‘Craftsman’ style or elegant Spanish Colonial Revival ‘Mission’ style boast the kind of amenities and furnishings expected of a Belmond property. Drop in for cocktails on the terrace; you never know what A-Lister you might bump into. The spa is

00:18

LifeStyle

A 'mini Normandy' on Gibraltar's doorstep

Ash Bolton

While Gibraltar is well known for its World War II heritage, it's a little known fact that La Línea also boasts its fair share of bunkers, military tunnels and pillboxes. Although there are several well-preserved bunkers just a short walk from the

17:26

What to do

Over 35,000 visitors expected at twelfth Festival of Three Cultures

Eugenio Cabezas

For the twelfth consecutive year, the Festival of Three Cultures in Frigiliana got under way on Thursday and will be on until Sunday. It is one of the most hotly-anticipated events in the Axarquía and all happens in the town that boasts some of the w

17:40

Opinion

Forever autumn

Peter Edgerton

...nature’s colours which wetter climes can boast but, hey, surely that’s a very small price to pay for the vast array of wonders that Andalucía has to offer. Anyway, that’s enough twaddle for today - I’m off for an aimless wander. It’s daydream time.

18:07

LifeStyle

The Malaga fine art collection makes way for Picasso

Daryl Finch 1 september 1997

The Malaga Museo de Bellas Artes, the province's fine art collection, closed its doors to the public on 1 September 1997 - the start of a protracted and emotional saga which would only get its happy ending at the end of last year, almost twenty years

14:14

Sport

The BBC is in trouble

Rob Palmer a look at laliga

When you've commented on football for a quarter of a century you become blasé about the announcement of "the next big thing". I've been fortunate to commentate on Lionel Messi's arrival, Wayne Rooney's first ever top-flight goal, and the teenage Cr

16:19

Local

Trocadero plans to open "spectacular" new beach restaurant in Benalmádena

Alberto Gómez Benalmádena

...another in Sotogrande. The group had been considering Tarifa but eventually chose Benalmádena for their next venture, owing to the town’s high concentration of hotels. According to group owner, Dionisio Hernández-Gil, the new space will boast a

16:21

LifeStyle

Karma Guen, 30 years of Buddhism in the Axarquía

Eugenio Cabezas Malaga

It was in 1981 when Pedro Gómez, originally from Salamanca and his Danish wife, Dorit, visited Aldea Alta for the first time. In those days it was just one of many farmhouses that had been abandoned in the Vélez-Málaga countryside. The opportunity to

14:33

Sport

Huelva has become a tourist destination all year round

ALEJANDRO DÍAZ HUELVA

Last year, 2016, it was 100 years since the miners in Riotinto, in Huelva province, set up the basis for what would become Andalucía’s first golf course. At that time, the Huelva Golf Club was created on land ceded by the English-run Minas de Riotint

22:03

Travel

Brussels, the heart of Europe

Brussels, the Belgian capital, is probably best known as being the home of the European Union. However, there is so much more to this compact and quirky city, not to mention chocolate, beer, moules-frites and, of course, Tintin. One of the two most

18:41

Local

Chilean group launches 480-million-euro Costa investment

Héctor Barbotta

Chilean investment group, Osim, got a series of projects on the Costa del Sol under way on Friday with the launch of the Alcazaba Lagoon residential complex in Casares. The 400-property development involves a 200-million-euro investment on the part

13:10

Local

Botanical walk around Mijas walls now boasts 141 plant species

Ivan GELIBTER

The Ruta Botánica de La Muralla, a botanical walk in the area of the old fortress wall in Mijas Pueblo, has been extended to include more species of plants. A new mural opposite the bullring offers details about the 141 species that are now growin

14:13

Opinion

Nightmare

HÉCTOR BARBOTTA

We spend so much time on urgent things that we don't spend enough of it on those which are important. However, the time may not be far off when we are forced to change our priorities, and when that happens there won't be much more we can do. The s

18:59

Sport

Marbella fall to defeat in controversial fashion

julio rodríguez

Marbella can no longer boast being the best home side in the division after losing that honour in controversial fashion on Sunday afternoon. Badajoz inflicted Los Blanquillos' first home defeat of the season, and their second in a row overall,

10:47

Local

Manilva has the lowest unemployment rate on the Costa del Sol

C. MÁRQUEZ

Manilva can now boast the title of the municipality with the lowest rate of unemployment on the Costa del Sol, with 16.02% of the population out of work. It was the town with a population of between 10,000 and 40,000 people with the lowest number

12:16

LifeStyle

#instacool

Daryl Finch

Photography is coming back in a big way with smartphones now boasting high-quality cameras and Instagram being the medium of choice for many young people to share their own unique moments. This clock face, located on the top floor of a world-famous

14:56

Sport

Calling for back up

Rob Palmer a look at la liga

...forwards a few days and there's another first for Real Madrid, their bus negotiating Wembley Way. Surely, even the celebrated superstars who boast every medal in world football would be up for this one? It appeared not as Tottenham Hotspur swept their