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16:25

What to do

The Torrox ice cream route: a cool way to extend summer

Eugenio Cabezas

Ice cream parlours in Torrox and El Morche are running a ruta del helado (ice cream route) until 27 September. Participants can sample flavours including 'Gold' in Heladería Los Cordobeses, cookies and custard at Heladería Feroche Beach, cheesecake

16:06

Opinion

Gobsmacked

GEORGINA OLIVER

...months, many have developed a 'mask personality', miming enthusiasm as they swagger along the Paseo Marítimo. Even so, snapping out of post-lockdown listlessness doesn't come naturally to everybody. Can we be forgiven for losing our cool...? Fallen

19:06

LifeStyle

Eyes open till dawn

ROCÍO MENDOZA

...ever this summer and it means those of us who are affected will have to make more effort than just putting a fan on to keep the bedroom cool (although that helps, too). We need ways of helping our brains to disconnect from everything that could stop ... Merino. She also recommends good, dark curtains to block out the light pollution which is so common in towns and cities, and says sheets and pyjamas should be pure cotton to help keep cool and avoid perspiration. All this aims to provide a calm and

16:34

Travel

48 hours in Berlin

Andrew Forbes

...before, Kreuzberg is home to clubs like SO36 as well as an established gay scene. This lively neighbourhood makes for a colourful start to your break. For places to eat, try Bergmannstraße, a street that encapsulates the Berlin lifestyle. Cool bars and ... former centre of West Berlin. Close by is hip Bikini Berlin mall with its cool top floor Monkey Bar, ideal for a later afternoon cold beer. From City-West I meandered through the green heart of Berlin, the Tiergarten park. It's an hour or so to get to ... urban centre. Returning almost 30 years later the developers and businesses have created a commercial hub where you can shop in the cool Sony Centre or have cocktails in the chic Ritz Carlton Hotel. Of course, Berlin's recent history envelops you, and

16:23

Travel

Travel secrets of the Costa de la Luz

Andrew Forbes

...perfect for kite surfing. Look out across the water from Tarifa towards Morocco and the horizon is often cluttered with colourful kites of surfers who leap up into the air. Unsurprisingly it’s been christened ‘Cadizfornia’, a hip, cool yet open and

15:39

Travel

The insider guide to Berlin

Andrew Forbes

...music. Located close to the iconic East Side Gallery, and some of the city’s most famous clubs. EAT Klunkerkranich Beer Garden & Club Summer in the city means drinking a cold beer on an open roof terrace, listening to cool DJs sets. See their

23:24

Travel

An Andalusian retreat to wellness

Andrew Forbes

cool off in the natural pools - it's a paradise. The day ends with a late afternoon class and an early supper (the organic chocolate pudding was fab), leaving the evening free. Guests could take a cooling swim in the saltwater pool or curl up with a

00:18

Sport

Malaga preserve Segunda status with big home win

henry flynn

...relegation trouble, Malaga entered the match with nerves jangling but kept their cool against the division’s second-best away team, whose promotion hopes are now over. Unsurprisingly, the game got off to a tense start, with the best openings coming from

15:53

Sport

The supply teacher

Rob Palmer

It's quite a contrast to a cool January day when he heard about Barcelona's interest as he walked through a serene field in the company of cows. Now he's running with a bunch of angry bulls in the intense heat of July.

14:56

Opinion

Cool runnings

Peter Edgerton

To use the word 'run' would be over-egging the pudding somewhat. So, let's be a little more transparent: last Sunday evening I hobbled gamely along the Paseo Marítimo, accompanied by 98.7 per cent of the population of Malaga, or so it seemed, what wi

14:29

Travel

Vejer de la Frontera, the insider guide

Andrew Forbes

...find - an impeccable, upscale boutique guesthouse where the cool, clean minimalist lines of the Swedish aesthetic meet the warmth and charm of historic Andalucia. Casa Shelly, created by owners Swedish Chris and Spanish Javier, is a stylish 7-room ... to the El Jardin de Califa restaurant, a cool bar with terrace and a North African style tea house.

18:41

LifeStyle

'I've always been a bit of an action man'

Ash Bolton

...such as Pamela Anderson, Bruce Willis and George Clooney. He told SUR in English: "The truth is that everybody thinks being a bodyguard is the coolest thing to do. Yes, it looks cool and you look badass, but the reality is that it's a lot of hours

17:16

Travel

Hot hotels for 2020

Andrew Forbes

...understated cool, contemporary finesse and a relaxed, vibe. Away from the coastal crowds and the bustle of the city, it’s easily reached from Palma’s airport in less than half an hour’s drive. Palladium Hotel Menorca - SPAIN Menorca, probably the most

14:19

Local

Green homework for the Costa del Sol

MATÍAS STUBER

...structure, we would help to cool the atmosphere," he explained. Reducing traffic in towns is another subject which needs consideration. Salvo wants local politicians to commit to increasing public transport, but starting from one essential premise:

14:24

Opinion

War of the rosés

ANDREW J. LINN

Los Aguilares bodega has beaten every wine (nearly 2,000 in all) in the PN Challenge in Switzerland. It is a grape best suited to cool climates but winemaker Bibi García has pulled off another sensation. Around 26 euros. It is best not to enter into the

11:50

LifeStyle

6 September 2009: Malaga's first international air show

Jennie Rhodes

...muggy" and many people watched the show from the sea, which was the "only cool place to be". Mayor of Malaga, Francisco de la Torre, told SUR that he had read that such events "took place in Malaga in the 1930s" and that he was "very happy that they had