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10:04

Travel

Mallorca

ANDREW FORBES

The Romans referred to this, the largest island of the Balearic archipelago, as 'Balearis Major' (and its smaller sister as 'Balearis Minor'). So for the Brits, this favourite holiday destination is Majorca (and its sister Minorca). But please bear w

10:04

Travel

Bread with oil - understanding Mallorca

Andrew Forbes travel

Worn smooth through years of use, the immense table in the centre of the room had a softness to it that belied its obvious weight and size. Hewn from huge pieces of rock, it was once used to crush the local harvested olives before pressing, but now s

15:53

LifeStyle

The hidden treasure of the ornamental pecan tree

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

Most people have heard of the Jardín Botánico Histórico de La Concepción, once owned by the Larios family but few will know that it is that family that is believed to have brought the first pecan tree (Carya illinoinensis) to Malaga from the US. I

19:11

LifeStyle

New products made with seaweed aim to improve nutrition

SUR

Researchers at the University of Cadiz (UCA), in collaboration with the Technological Aquaculture Centre (CTAQUA), recently brought together in El Puerto de Santa María more than 75 experts in research, production and gastronomy using seaweed. The

13:41

LifeStyle

Guadalhorce Ecológico, organic, healthy produce sold direct to the consumer

FERNANDO TORRES ALHAURÍN EL GRANDE

In Villafranco del Guadalhorce there is a very special supermarket. It is the home of the Gualdalhorce Ecológico Association and cooperative. Since 2008, this association has brought together the sustainable farmers in the region to market their pr

14:01

LifeStyle

So close and yet...

KEN CAMPBELL the night sky

Some of these names are still in use today; most people have heard of the ‘harvest moon’ occurring in September and the ‘Hunter’s moon’ in October.

14:28

LifeStyle

Coín celebrates annual orange festival with local gastronomy

Tony Bryant COÍN

harvest of the local oranges. The festival serves to promote tourism in the town and focuses on local gastronomy, handmade pottery, ceramics and artisan products typical of Coín. Visitors were invited to sample homemade dishes like the potato, cod and

14:04

LifeStyle

Carthamus tinctorius

Denise Bush

Commonly called Safflower or false saffron, Carthamus (Cártamo in Spanish) is an attractive addition to the garden. It is also highly valued commercially for the oil from its seeds which is richer in unsaturated fats than olive oil. The flowers ha

15:56

Travel

The Insider Guide: The American Riviera

Andrew Forbes

...around harvest time, the American Riviera has several wine-related events and festivals. Channel Islands National Park Getting out on the Pacific is a must. There are lots of public cruises and sailing trips from Santa Barbara’s harbour, as well as

14:48

LifeStyle

British artist has design chosen for this year’s Noche del Vino poster

Jennie Rhodes

On the opening day of his first ever exhibition in Spain, at the Galería de Bellas Artes in Cómpeta, Ray Murphy learned that his entry had been chosen as this year’s Cómpeta Noche del Vino poster. Ray is from Essex, where he lives and runs a busin