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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