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20:42

LifeStyle

13 July 1713: The Utrecht Treaty passed Gibraltar and Menorca to Britain

Debbie Bartlett

...treaty went on to give Menorca to Britain as well: "Moreover the Catholic King doth in like manner for himself, his heirs and successors, yield to the crown of Great Britain the whole island of Minorca, and doth transfer thereunto for ever, all right, ... and the most absolute dominion over the said island, and in particular over the town, castle, harbour, and fortifications of the bay of Minorca, commonly called Port Mahon, together with the other ports, places, and towns situated in the aforesaid ... island. But it is provided, as in the above-written article, that no refuge or shelter shall be open to any ships of war of the Moors in Port Mahon, or in any other port of the said island of Minorca, whereby the Spanish coasts may be infested by their

17:55

Travel

Southern Cyprus, the insider guide

Andrew Forbes

...fresh, modern interpretation of a country tavern. Wine tasting Wine making on Cyprus dates back millennia. Within the wine village of Omodos is a medieval wine press, a small museum where one can sample the diverse wines of the island. The Gym ... tables with plenty of eclectic design. Beyond is a gallery selling works by local artists. The Gym. DO: Troödos mountains The island's largest mountain range, and home to the National Forest, this protected area is a destination for nature lovers ... including rare terracotta figures. The shop has some interesting gifts too! BUY: Local delicacies Of all the stores catering to tourists, probably the most authentic are those selling local foods made on the island. Look out for 'Glyko Melitzanaki'

11:02

LifeStyle

Canary Island Foxglove

Denise Bush

The Canary Island foxglove, botanical name Isoplexis or Digitalis canariensis, is a perennial, woody shrub up to 1.5 metres tall with glossy green, serrated leaves and spikes of apricot or orange flowers with reddish anthers. Common names include ... Tenerife shrub foxglove, Bellbird plant, Canary Island foxglove and in Spanish, Cresta de Gallo Canaria. Pruning roses Calling all gardeners The lance shaped leaves are leathery and evergreen and form around the stems, which are a reddish-brown ... In its native habitat it grows in humid, wooded areas and the Canary Island foxglove will not withstand being in direct sun, especially during the summer, so choose a spot where it will get some dappled shade. The soil needs to be moist but well

18:50

Local

Estepona, an island amid a sea of broken promises

Francisco JIMÉNEZ

Torremolinos, Rincón de la Victoria, Vélez and Nerja are examples. Estepona, on the contrary, is like an island amid a sea of unfulfilled promises. The council has now started work on the local hospital, which the Junta de Andalucía announced years ago but which

18:18

Local

Malaga has "the best preserved Phoenician settlement in the Western world"

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

The secret to the origins of Malaga has been lying hidden for centuries at the mouth of the River Guadalhorce. The first settlement built by the Phoenicians on the coastline we now call the Costa del Sol was at El Cerro del Villar, then an island in ... island was abandoned by what appears to have been a tsunami, no one settled there again and the remains have been preserved. Houses and streets intact “The ground-penetrating radar survey has confirmed that the town is intact with its houses and ... perimeter of the island, even locating its harbour area. Archaeology park According to María Teresa Teixidó, who directed the study carried out by the Andalusian Institute of Geophysics at the University of Granada, the surveys have revealed

13:15

Travel

Bermuda, the insider guide

Andrew Forbes

Bermudian property will quickly immerse you in the pace of island life. The feel is homey, friendly and boutique. Expect restored original features, elegant furnishings and contemporary amenities such as free Wi-Fi, flatscreen TVs, and A/C. Rosedon Hotel. ... plenty of homemade tartar sauce or coleslaw. Tastes even better with a can of local ginger beer. Swizzle Inn Probably Bermuda’s oldest and best known pub, and said to be the place where the island’s signature cocktail, the Rum Swizzle was created.

14:57

Travel

A taste of Menorca

Andrew Forbes

...more controversial. Yet it's undeniably a big part of the island's fascinating culinary culture and history. Cales Fonts; typical Menorca fishing village.SUR Slow food My morning had started deep in the countryside, at a farmstead called Finca ... Menorca' in collaboration with Chef Silvia Anglada and her partner Toni, both passionate advocates for sustainable farming, and healthy, tasty, seasonal food. Travellers are coming to Menorca not simply for the island's Mediterranean climate, pristine ... experiences of nature, history and local cuisine. I welcomed the opportunity to join a food tour; these experiences are a growing travel trend and a compelling way to become immersed within the island's culture. The market in Ciutadella, the former capital

13:50

Travel

The Turkish Riviera revisited

Andrew Forbes

...into the hills overlooking the island of Kekova, to enjoy a generous breakfast with a local, was part of an excursion during a week's sailing cruise of the Aegean. I was aboard Nemesis, an elegant gulet yacht in the ScicSailing fleet, a firm that offers ... the shade of a mulberry tree is the kind of simple, authentic travel experience that is hard to forget. Dazzling blues Yachts afford access to places few can reach by land. Earlier we'd sailed past the sunken city of Simena, off the island of

12:47

Sport

Christian Jongeneel completes latest fundraising challenge

CARLOS J. MARTÍNEZ

Malaga swimmer Christian Jongeneel (Rincón de la Victoria, 1974) has completed yet another sporting challenge in the name of charity. This time, in aid of the Brazadas Solidarias project run by the Vicente Ferrer Foundation, the swimmer has crossed t