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11:51

LifeStyle

20 years serving the Irish community in Spain

Tony Bryant TORREMOLINOS

...traditional Irish folk dancing lessons can be arranged for those who want to learn the Slip Jig, or other old style step dances. Working closely with many of the town halls along the coast, the Irish Association publish details of upcoming events, clubs and ... all expatriates on the coast and even though we focus on the Irish community, our services are here for whoever may need them," Terry explained. The Irish Association of Spain has been assisting Irish residents and tourists for twenty years. They are

15:27

Local

Cork oaks which keep fire at bay

Charo Márquez

...technician at Casares town hall, says this area is “very sensitive because it is very close to the coast, separated by the road, and there are numerous access tracks.” In fact, in the past 30 years there have been two serious fires in this mountainous area.

12:19

LifeStyle

From science fiction to Moorish Spain

Tony Bryant

“The Axarquia was a region we knew very little about until we came in search of a place to buy. We wanted somewhere away from the coast, but within striking distance, and somewhere with a real sense of Spanish culture. The Axarquía offered all of that,

16:53

Opinion

The magic number

Mark Nayler

Predictions for the growth rate of the Spanish economy this year have almost reached the magic number of 3.2% - the rate at which it expanded in 2016. On Tuesday, the IMF announced that the country’s economic expansion will be 3.1% of GDP in 2017, th

12:36

Local

A lifelong dedication to the Legion

Tony Bryant Torremolinos

On October 9 1987 an article in SUR in English informed of the forthcoming opening of the first branch of the Royal British Legion in Spain. This year, the Legion will be celebrating its thirtieth year on the coast and it is down to the sheer hard ... in the Legion; however, her introduction to the RBL on the coast came about under rather unfortunate circumstances. Following a nasty fall, from which she broke her ankle, Mary spent several days in hospital. It was here that she first learned of

17:38

LifeStyle

From gypsy jazz to La Voz and back

Tony Bryant Music

...his musicHis biggest influence has been George Benson, and this is evident in Manu's West Coast jazz style, but he also attributes much of his early inspiration to his cousin, Ricky Vivar. Manu doesn't descend from a musical background; in fact, the ... guitar, you need to know how to use it. I always try to change the covers that I do, because I think to be a copycat is too easy," he says with modesty. Manu has become one of the most popular performers on the coast, and aside from his solo act, he also

19:43

LifeStyle

Europe’s southernmost town has much to offer

Marlene Wörner

Mirador El Estrecho, a car park with a kiosk located on the N-340 between Algeciras and Tarifa, offers spectacular views of the African coast and the Rif mountains. Historical background According to archaeological finds in the area, we know that ... sunsets, extensive sandy beaches and dunes are the essence of the Spanish Atlantic coast. One of the several beaches in Tarifa, known as Playa Chica, stretches in front of the Isla de las Palomas, right along the western part of the old town. To the north,