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20:26

Local

Istán's 'holy' chestnut tree caught up in family dispute

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

Plans are under way for the ancient chestnut tree known as the Castaño Santo in Istán to receive protected status as a Natural Monument of Andalucía. These have come up against an obstacle, however, due to a disagreement among the owners of the land ... its base. Others have taken away handfuls of what they consider to be 'holy' earth. As a result, and due to the disagreements with the owners the chestnut is in need of care and protection. The authorities are hopeful that the two sides of the family

15:14

LifeStyle

The scent of autumn infuses the streets of Malaga

CRISTINA PINTO

The chestnut stands have returned to give the streets of southern Spain the evocative scent of autumn. The aroma pervades every corner of the city of Malaga and people can now be seen walking the streets carrying a paper cone of hot, roasted ... Verde neighbourhood and a chestnut seller for fourteen years although since he was small he has lived alongside the heat from the charcoal brazier in the winter. "This stall has probably been in the same place for about sixty years. It was my ... business since she was born: "My grandmother started up in the 40s or 50s and I have always looked forward to the chestnut season ever since." However, as has become increasingly evident, no sector is immune from the crisis caused by the pandemic. The

16:57

Local

The sacred, but sick, chestnut tree

charo márquez

...disinterest. This is what has happened to the sacred chestnut tree of Istán, a thousand-year-old tree, a natural settlement and attraction in the Sierra de las Nievas wilderness, which is now abandoned and suffering an incurable illness. Many branches are ... detached from the tree, and its roots have became exposed not just with the passing of time but also due to the visitors removing the earth around it which is considered to be sacred. On top of all of that, the tree suffers from chestnut gall wasp, which ... in order to beat the chestnut gall wasp plague. The first is to remove the affected branches and burn them. The other is to introduce a predator of the insect. Neither of these measures has been used for the sacred chestnut tree. In spite of its

14:56

What to do

Yunquera festival to promote local wine and chestnuts

Tony Bryant

The village of Yunquera is gearing up for the 11th edition of the popular Feria de Vino y la Castaña, a gastronomic festival that promotes local chestnuts and mosto wine, a grape juice that adheres to an age old local recipe. The Wine and Chestnut ... Festival offers visitors the chance to savour chestnuts in every form, including roasted, candied or in syrup. Hundreds of people attend the festival in order to pay tribute to the chestnut - a typical autumn delicacy - and to sample the exquisite mosto ... that is made from grapes grown in the Sierra de las Nieves. The juice is made with freshly crushed grapes and contains the skins, seeds, and stems of the fruit. The Sierras de Ronda is considered one of the best chestnut producing regions in Andalucía,

17:59

Local

The copper-coloured season arrives in Valle de Genal

VANESSA MELGAR

It took a little longer to come this year, but the season of ochre, brown, copper and gold has arrived in the Valle del Genal. This corner of Serranía de Ronda, the biggest chestnut producer in Andalucía, hosts a beautiful natural phenomenon ... attracting hundreds of visitors every year. Before losing their leaves the chestnut trees paint the landscape in beautiful autumn colours. Although the lack of rain has been noticeable, the countryside of the Valle del Genal still maintains this magical ... halo. Chestnut trees occupy about 4,000 hectares of the Sierra de las Nieves. Many companies, like RF Natura, offer guided tours of this autumnal landscape.

13:06

What to do

Yunquera promotes locally produced wine and chestnuts

Tony Bryant

...coals in late October is a sign that winter is well and truly here, and this festival will promote a type grown in the Sierras de Ronda, considered one of the best chestnut producing regions in Andalucía. The event will highlight other local specialties,

13:22

What to do

Halloween - Maroween

JENNIE RHODES

Although Halloween celebrations are becoming more commonplace in the Axarquía a with town halls organising events such as fancy dress parades, nowhere puts on a Halloween party quite like the small village of Maro, which belongs to Nerja. INFORMA

11:58

Local

Days for the dead

Sur in English

The Costa saw a lively week celebrating all of the autumnal events that come with the turn of the month. Halloween united fun and terror in Malaga on Tuesday, especially in Churriana and in the central Soho district which had their traditional Noch

17:40

Opinion

Forever autumn

Peter Edgerton

...on sardines down at the beach becomes a far less attractive proposition in the chilly weather. There’s more: horse chestnut roasting stands pop up hither and yon, looking absolutely brilliant with their smoke rising in the cool evening air. To tell