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14:46

Travel

A small town with a big character

Andrew Forbes

Heading north-west up the Cadiz coast, from the wild beauty of Valdevaqueros, on the N-340 highway is a joyful drive. One passes fields of sunflowers, each tracking the brilliant light of the Costa de la Luz; and the ubiquitous wind turbines, their ... drive through the Cadiz countryside and arrived at Vejer. It's a discovery I'm so pleased I've made - and when I can, Vejer and its untamed coast will surely be one of the first places I visit once our state of alarm 'lockdown' is over.

14:29

Travel

Vejer de la Frontera, the insider guide

Andrew Forbes

The coast is a delight. El Palmer is the place for a sundowner; or maybe even a horse ride. From these shores you can also see whales! Wildsea promises to select responsible, marine ecotourism experiences. STAY Casa Shelly This place is a real ... guests, reserve in advance. La Casa del Califa The pioneer of Vejer hospitality, La Casa del Califa, is the work of James Stuart. Arriving in the 1980s to enjoy the surf of the Costa de la Luz coast, he stayed and has created an imaginative, relaxed

12:01

Local

Estepona coastal path extension continues

charo márquez

...means that the coast is connected for 1.1 kilometres from the H10 hotel until the new bridge constructed over the Guadalobón stream.

18:38

Local

Storm brings down trees and damages the Marbella coast

I. LILLO / N. CASTRO / C. MÁRQUEZ

...services, was Marbella where some beaches lost a large proportion of their sand in the high waves that lashed the coast. The Aemet met office released a warning for westerly and southwesterly winds of between 50 and 74 km/h, causing waves up to four metres

13:32

National

Storm Gloria kills 11 as Spain is battered by high winds and waves

CRISTIAN REINO

...said, "There's been an unprecedented maritime storm and its going to be one of the strongest ever recorded for sure. There have been very significant wave surges." He went on to explain that off the coast of Valencia the wave height was two metres more

12:29

Local

Carmen bathes the coast in emotion

SUR

Similar emotions were repeated along the coast. In Marbella, as in other places, flowers were scattered in memory of those seafarers who had been lost at sea. Vantage points along the promenades were packed, with 'chiringuitos' reporting that tables

16:06

Local

Costas rally to meet the demand for protective kits

Jennie Rhodes

...charity for people with disabilities - as well as for companies and residents. Along the coast a number of organisations in Benajarafe, Valle-Niza and Chilches have also got together to produce the equipment and have one point of contact in each village

13:22

LifeStyle

Heavy metal bands rock Fuengirola coast

Heavy metal and hard rock fans descended on Fuengirola last week for the Rock the Coast festival. Some 14,000 peoplejumped around to one of heavy metal's most famous bands Scorpions (pictured), who performed hits such as Make it Real and The Zoo.

16:46

LifeStyle

The Costa del Sol remembers the fallen with Armistice Day services

Tony Bryant

Fuengirola, while smaller scale services will be held at different locations along the coast. REMEMBRANCE SERVICES Malaga. St. George's Church. Sunday 10 Nov. 11am. Fuengirola. Salon Varietés Theatre. Sunday 10 Nov. 10.30am. Benajarafe. Puerto Niza

12:36

National

Historic storm wreaks havoc along east coast as a third victim is killed

MELCHOR SÁIZ-PARDO

Much of the east and south-east of Spain found itself underwater on Friday morning after the most devastating flash floods in memory. It remains impossible to calculate the damage caused to infrastructure, industry, fields and private property, whi

17:00

Local

Bamba gets to stay in Malaga

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

A teenager who risked his life to escape from the conditions of extreme poverty in which he and his family lived in Ivory Coast has been told he can stay in Malaga, thanks to a campaign by fellow pupils at the Costa del Sol secondary school in ... Torremolinos. Three months ago Abdoulaye Bamba hid underneath a lorry to journey across Africa to Morocco, and then travelled on board a small migrant boat to the Malaga coast. He was carrying no documentation, but tests on his bones indicated that he was 16 ... the residential centre at the Ciudad de los Niños, in Malaga, because there he would be able to receive an education especially adapted to meet his needs. Although he is 16 years old, he only went to school in Ivory Coast for two years, and has only

16:08

Local

Extending a helping hand to the needy during this crisis

Tony Bryant

...population. President Joyce Gyimah has lived on the coast for 35 years and she has been involved with the project since it began. Joyce is currently working tirelessly to keep the soup kitchen running, but she admits that the current crisis is causing more

20:41

Local

Spanish property prices are rising most on the Costa, says survey

NURIA TRIGUERO

The feeling you get on the streets that property is dearer has just been confirmed with hard data; Malaga province, including the Costa del Sol, has seen the biggest increase in the price of housing in the country. According to Pisos.com, a home se

19:09

LifeStyle

A passion for a Scottish tradition on the Costa del Sol

Tony Bryant

coast's first Spanish pipe band, was founded by Leslie Thompson, a piper who, typical of the Scottish diaspora, comes from Argentina. An Argentine citizen of Scottish descent, Leslie has lived in Benalmádena since 1990 and he has been teaching locals how ... the Gibraltar Pipe Band, for 13 years, and he has also been an active participant in other Scottish theme events along the coast. "What has probably best fed the passion for bagpipes on the Costa del Sol has been the history of Teba and its ... fledging pipe band. The band has already performed alongside The Chieftains, and also appeared at the recent Mijas Celtic Night Festival - and there are several other events planned for the future - so they are making their mark on the coast. Leslie

17:05

Local

High levels of E. coli halts clam catches off Malaga coast

Agustín peláez

The regional government, the Junta de Andalucía, has closed off an area between Malaga and the Río Vélez to the west of Torre del Mar to certain local clam catches (coquina, concha fina and chirla) after "unusually high levels" of E. coli were found

13:08

Local

Information panels in English along coast

Eugenio Cabezas

Malaga's provincial government, Diputación, has installed a series of informative panels at 14 points along the province's Senda Litoral, the coastal path that links the towns along the Costa del Sol. Of these five are in the Axarquía: the Cantal c

15:37

National

Migrant rescue ship told it can't come to Spain

SUR.

The acting government has said that it doesn't want migrant rescue ship, Open Arms, to come to Spain. The Mayor of Valencia had offered the city as a place of refuge for the vessel which is carrying 121 migrants found off the coast of Libya but

14:40

Travel

48 hours in Melilla

Ash Bolton

It was around 5.30am when we roared nonchalantly into Melilla on two wheels after spending eight hours on the overnight ferry from Malaga. MELILLA FACTS Size and location. Melilla is around 12 km2 (4.7 sq. mi) and one of two permanently-inhabited S

11:06

LifeStyle

Art and fun on the Costa

JANE NORRIE

...the four friendly Arts Societies strung along the coast from Nerja to San Roque. ARTS SOCIETIES uBenahavís. First lecture - Gender and the Body, Benahavís Town Hall, 6.30pm. Tuesday 24 September. www.theartssocietybenahavis.com uNerja.

13:11

Local

Hotels on the Costa fall empty after government orders their closure

Pilar Martínez

...disaster", and sentences such as "we'll have to start from scratch" in the conversations we had with those who were about to shut down and had said goodbye to their clients. Some people even live all year round in hotels on the coast, and found themselves

14:50

What to do

The fiesta of the Virgen del Carmen remembers those lost at sea

Tony Bryant

The Virgen del Carmen festivities will be taking place all along the coast on Tuesday 16 July, and this colourful, religious event is one of the most popular summer activities on the Costa del Sol. Processions in honour of the much-loved Santa María ... and concerts. The festival can be found taking place on numerous beaches along the coast, including Almuñécar, Nerja, Caleta de Vélez, Rincón de la Victoria, La Malagueta, La Carihuela and Fuengirola. Celebrations in honour of the Virgen del

13:00

Local

One dead among 56 migrants rescued off the Malaga coast

E. CABEZAS / AGENCIES

The influx of migrants continued on the Malaga coast with the arrival of two vessels on Wednesday, bringing a total of 63 people. One of these boats was carrying 56 sub-Saharan Africans. The occupants, one of whom had died, had to be rescued and

16:13

What to do

Animal Care España celebrates its 20th anniversary with a party

Tony Bryant

Insurance, cost 20 euros (10 euros for children under 12) and will include paella (mixed or vegetarian) and live music and entertainment. The event starts at 7pm, while at 8pm, guests will be entertained by Dragtastic, the coast's most popular family drag

18:30

Travel

Onwards to San Diego

Andrew Forbes

The classic Pacific Coast Highway road trip is best enjoyed southbound, so it makes sense to fly into San Francisco, and fly home from Los Angeles. This way (since you'll be driving on the right) you'll be hugging the coast most of the way, enjoying ... overnight stop. Then it's four hours to the very south of the state, arriving at San Diego. Santa Barbara The American Riviera is where the Pacific Coast is south-facing and sheltered by the Santa Ynez mountains. I wrote a piece about the American ... is California's second largest city. This beachside metropolis sprawls along the coast for kilometres. Famous for its zoo, San Diego is made up of a series of neighbourhoods and coastal communities, retaining a small-town feel. My favourite area is La

13:38

Local

N-340 coast road in Torrox reopens two weeks after landslide

Eugenio Cabezas

The section of the N-340 coastal road which was closed two weeks ago, following a landslide, reopened on Wednesday. Emergency work to secure the rockface and install a safety fence in the area started immediately after the landslide, which resulte

11:04

Local

Extreme weather caused a torrential arc from inland areas to the coast

SUR

...known in Spanish as a 'Dana' - Depresión Aislada en Niveles Altos (isolated depression at high altitude), is common along the Mediterranean coast of Spain and its movements are hard to predict with frequent changes in direction. Over the Mediterranean it

18:13

LifeStyle

Local charities step up to help the vulnerable during coronavirus crisis

Tony Bryant

...hotline. 635 407 255. Lux Mundi Fuengirola. 24-hour hotline. 606568145/952 47 48 40. Lux Mundi Torre del Mar. 24-hour hotline. 654506249 / 952543334 The coast is home to thousands of foreign senior citizens (considered the most venerable group) and