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19:26

Local

An incubator in the sand on Marbella beach

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

...found in the Atlantic and the Mediterranean. This year there has been an increase in eggs being laid on the east Levante coast of Spain and the Balearic islands. The Junta experts had expected to find the odd nest on the Almeria coastline, but not on the

19:13

LifeStyle

Short and sweet

FERNANDO ALONSO

...what land on the Costa was worth in those days. The estate bordered the Molino del Moro to the east, neighbouring estates owned by people from Benalmádena to the west, the Sierra de Mijas to the north and "the coast, sand and sea" to the south. From

15:31

What to do

Art, music, culture and more

Denise Bush

Exhibitions José María Córdoba Fuengirola. Until 20 September. Museo de la Ciudad, C/María Josefa Larrucea. The exhibition Odiseo consists of paintings and drawings created by José María Córdoba and influenced by James Joyce’s books. Stu

12:27

LifeStyle

"There's something in the air of Andalucía"

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

...border on jet skis to drink in Estepona after finishing; those are the things you do at 18 and fall in love for life with certain places. So, then it was when you had your first encounter with the Mediterranean coast, was it? Almost. I would say with ... coast, which maybe somehow brings me back to my childhood in Africa. Frankly, I love Spanish music but didn't know how to play it until I was fortunate enough to meet and get to play with Spanish classical guitarist Agustín Maruri. He helped me learn how

11:40

LifeStyle

The man who put the Costa del Sol in Almeria

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

Today Spain is doing its best to bring back tourists from abroad. In the 1920s, the tourism businessman Rodolfo Lussnigg was doing the same. He tried to attract foreigners to the Mediterranean coast of Andalucía by using the year-round sunshine as a ... magnet for people from the north of Europe who 'suffered' from the lack of sunny days and clear blue skies. In 1928 Rodolfo Lussnigg first named the picturesque Mediterranean coast the Costa del Sol, followed by the slogan "Almería, the city where the ... - which he organised for representatives from Europe and Egypt. In the end, he bought the Simón hotel in Almeria and settled there. He liked the coast of Almeria and did his best to make foreign tourists come and enjoy the picturesque landscapes.

11:51

Travel

Travel secrets of the Costa de la Luz

Andrew Forbes

...in English Summer’s Here magazine, I knew I wanted to write about one of my favourite parts of the south - the Costa de la Luz. This sparkling Atlantic coast of light, that runs all the way from Huelva’s Río Guadiana down to the evocative port town ... of Tarifa on Cadiz’s spectacular coast is home to many of Spain’s best beaches. That’s why the Costa de la Luz is my go-to place to chill and unwind. A place of wild nature, virgin beaches and a laid-back surfer vibe that makes me feel younger and ... explore this windswept yet magical coast. The seaside roads meander through laidback villages and small tuna fishing ports. Water sport aficionados love the area, as the wind is channelled by the proximity of the African and European continents, making it

17:45

LifeStyle

31 July 1588: The Spanish Armada reaches English shores

Jennie Rhodes

On 31 July 1588 what became known as the Spanish 'Invincible Armada' encountered the English Navy off the coast of Plymouth. In May that year, during the undeclared Anglo-Spanish war (1585-1604), as Spain's King Felipe II wanted to remove the ... Protestant Queen Elizabeth I from the English throne and restore Catholicism in England, the Spanish Armada set sail from Lisbon under the command of the Duke of Medina-Sidonia. When the fleet was sighted off the English coast in July, Sir Francis Drake ... Portland Bill and another off the coast of the Isle of Wight, but both battles ended in stalemate. The Armada continued eastwards and then strong winds pushed the fleet northwards up the east coast of England. The San Martín, Medina-Sidonia’s

23:24

Travel

An Andalusian retreat to wellness

Andrew Forbes

...destination. Andalucía is at the forefront of Spain's wellbeing movement; from the semi-arid landscape of Almeria and the brilliance of the Costa de la Luz, to the sparkle of Marbella's coast, there are yoga centres, wellness retreats and wellbeing spas

18:15

Local

"We feel more at ease and safer here than in the UK"

TONY BRYANT JENNIE RHODES

...impact it will have on the tourist industry in Spain," Julie said. Although she said they will self-isolate on returning to the UK, Julie stressed that she has felt safe while staying on the coast. "To be honest, we have felt more at ease and safe ... because I won't be able to celebrate my birthday with my friends and family back home," she said. Rona, who claims to have felt "completely safe" on the coast, says she doesn't believe Boris Johnson was right to enforce a blanket lockdown. "I don't

13:49

Local

Street hawkers help in rescue of girl at risk of drowning off Marbella beach

FERNANDO TORRES / JUAN CANO

Red flags on practically the entirety of the Malaga coast due to strong winds on Tuesday didn't perturb some beach users from risking their own lives as well as those of the individuals who tried to rescue them. The most dramatic incident occurred ... Elsewhere, in Malaga a beach monitor saved a six-year-old boy and his mother from a whirlpool while, in Marbella, a young woman was in an accident while driving a jet ski, about two miles off the coast. Other riders were able to bring her back to the pier

11:53

LifeStyle

A need for a change of wallpaper, as they say in Holland

JENNIE RHODES

...she rented a house for six months from a Dutch TV producer. "I felt immediately, completely at home and for six months I was exploring the coast, went to Monaco and Italy. You could go skiing in the morning and to the beach in the afternoon."

13:17

Local

Nerja: is it better to preserve or develop?

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

...the most easterly on the Malaga coast, is the flagship for tourism in La Axarquía region and extremely popular. Its attractions include its cliffs, the Maro-Cerro Gordo nature reserve, the town centre, which is still typical of an Andalusian village,

23:24

Sport

Malaga make life difficult for themselves with two games left to go

henry flynn

...we have to be self-critical but keep our heads held high." A positive outcome in Malaga's next game against mid-table Alcorcón is now especially important, given the last game of the season is a daunting test along the coast at promotion-chasing

14:29

What to do

Blues Festival returns with three of Malaga's most established performers

Tony Bryant

...line-up are The Lito Blues Band, Malaga's most established Spanish blues outfit, and Mama Paula. Formed in 1989 by talented guitarist Lito Fernández, The Lito Blues Band has built its reputation by performing hundreds of concerts along the coast, and also ... with their incalculable appearances at many of Spain's blues festivals. Mama Paula should need no introduction, as she too has been working on the coast for many years. Prior to coming to Spain, Paula played at venues like The Royal Albert Hall, and

14:38

Sport

Malaga Lawn Bowls League gets ready to face challenging season

Tony Bryant

...begun to open their greens, although some are showing concern for the future of the sport on the coast. All of the federated clubs in the province have suffered from loss of income associated with the cancellation of touring teams that usually arrive ... during the spring, and it is looking extremely unlikely that teams from the UK will visit the coast this autumn due to Covid-19 related complications. LAWN BOWLS CLUBS Mijas Lawn Bowls Club. 617175945 Miraflores Bowls Club (Mijas). 952931960 Lauro ... Sol every year, but all tours have been cancelled due to Covid-19, and they will not resume until 2021. It is such a shame, because we are always made welcome and all our clubs enjoy playing on the coast, but we need to put health and safety first," he

17:58

What to do

Performing and creative arts take centre stage in Torremolinos

Tony Bryant

...rockers Los Copiones (4 July); ACDC tribute band TNT (10 July); 12-13 reggae band (8 August) and The Swing Girls (11 September). There will also be classical music, flamenco fusion and jazz performed by some of the coast's top musicians. The series

20:58

LifeStyle

Milestone anniversary for amateur theatre

Tony Bryant

Bilk. Lynn Halliday, who has been president for the last three years, joined the company as a performer when she first arrived on the coast in 1999. She told SUR in English of her joy that the theatre is still going strong, although she is disappointed ... other shows are running. However, being a largely amateur organisation does not mean that standards are sacrificed. The Salon has become the epitome of amateur theatre on the coast. The company has produced numerous celebrated shows over the

15:03

Local

UK police investigate case of Irish expat missing for 27 years

Tony Bryant

...later this month, had arrived on the coast in the late 1980s to enjoy a new life in the sun. Along with her then husband Brian, she brought a bar called Molley Malones, (now the Wheel Tapas and Punters Bar) in Benalmádena Costa, but their dream life soon

19:34

Local

Coronavirus crisis throws the Costa's summer cultural calendar into turmoil

Tony Bryant

...its cultural agenda can return in the near future. The San Juan celebrations in June have been postponed (as in all resorts along the coast) but the cultural department is keeping an open mind about the Romería and Feria de San Miguel in September. ... Financial concerns One of the main concerns for promoters is the financial implications caused by limited capacity and the new regulations that will be enforced at outdoor events. BigM promotions, one of the coast's main concert and event organisers, is

18:43

Local

The province's most popular beaches can only be half-filled this summer

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ

...of six metres will have to be left free on the shore to avoid crowding on the walkway. With these parameters in mind, and assuming that beachgoers will behave responsibly, this means that a large number of beaches on the Malaga coast will have to

18:17

Local

Junta set to employ 3,000 people to help with beach controls

JOSÉ LUIS PIEDRA

This initiative was described by regional president Juanma Moreno as "pioneering" and will "give the councils the possibility of having sufficient human resources to order and plan the enjoyment of the beaches across the whole coast this summer".

17:32

Opinion

Gecko chamber

Peter Edgerton

Sharks have been sighted off the coast of the provinces of Malaga and Granada during the past couple of weeks, presumably using their keen sense of smell or taste or hearing or something in order to detect from afar a distinct lack of the detritus

14:47

Local

Mobile apps, drones and controlled access to beaches, as the Costa prepares for summer

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ

coast. At the moment it is being tested in Torremolinos and Rincón de la Victoria. Sensors in Fuengirola Fuengirola council has perhaps the most pioneering plan of all, with around 60 artificial intelligence sensors in street lights along its seven ... kilometres of coast to control crowding on beaches. Anyone would be able to access this information via a free mobile app. This tool, designed by local company Juma, creates virtual grids and establishes a maximum occupancy figure based on the recommended ... lifeguards and Civil Protection. It has announced that showers and footbaths cannot be used, to prevent contagion. Marbella, which with 27 kilometres has the largest stretch of coast in the province, is working on different scenarios but always with

15:54

LifeStyle

Age Concern responds to rallying call

Tony Bryant

Phrases like "we are all in this together" have now become a rallying call for many charities and support organisations along the coast. Age Concern Fuengirola, Mijas and Benalmádena is one charity that is responding to this call every week, working

18:57

What to do

Opera singer hosts online singing sessions in aid of Age Concern

Tony Bryant

...world, including the Sydney Opera House. When she arrived in Spain, she founded the Good Vibrations Choir, an amateur choir that performs benefit concerts for local charitable institutions across the coast. In addition, she also runs the Find Your Voice

16:15

LifeStyle

A lifelong devotion to the performing arts and the needy

Tony Bryant

"The Welsh Society was formed to promote our culture here on the coast. We hold different functions, like St David's Day, to raise funds for our chosen charity. We like to choose charities that are close to our hearts, and these have included some very ... popular entertainer on the coast. She also fronts the Soul Sisters, a tribute to soul and Motown. "The Soul Sisters consist of some of the older girls from the Banana Studio group. I am very proud of the girls. Even if they don't become professional

14:52

Travel

Let’s save future travel

Andrew Forbes

...fishing method of red tuna, known as the Almadraba. This dates back to the Phoenicians, and the beginning of civilisation on the west coast of Andalucía. Visitors can soon explore ‘Almadraba en Tierra’ a new multisensory interpretation centre that brings

09:03

What to do

Costa entertainers bring a variety of music to your home

Tony Bryant

...titled Journey Through the Decades will present some of the coast's top entertainers performing well-known hits from the 1940s until now. The line-up includes Welsh crooner Ricky Lavazza, along with Laura Ellen, Cath John, Amy Lloyd and Deborah Dee,

19:51

LifeStyle

Cities belong to the birds now

carlos benito

BlackbirdBigger. These are larger and have a long tail. The males are black and the females brown. Daniel has noticed a change in the behaviour of some birds recently. “They are doing things they couldn’t do before. I live on the coast and there are some unusual

15:54

Local

A third of families in Malaga province are spending lockdown in homes smaller than 75m2

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ

30m2 in size and another 23,000 with less than 45. There is a noticeable difference between the coast, with so many apartment blocks, and the countryside, where there are more houses. In fact, in villages half of the houses have more than 105m2 of ... space, and in some places, such as Alcaucín and Humilladero, the ratio is two out of three. This is very different to the coast, where the greatest number of homes under 75m2 are situated. Torremolinos tops the list, with nearly half of all properties in

20:04

Local

Police tighten lockdown controls during Holy Week

Eugenio Cabezas

Town halls along the Axarquía coast have intensified controls on vehicles during Holy Week after a number of residents in towns including Torrox and Nerja reported seeing neighbours in their holiday homes. Anyone caught failing to comply with the