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17:57

What to do

The Mijas Blues Festival makes a comeback

Tony Bryant

...songs of artists like Albert King, Muddy Waters, Robert Johnson and Elmore James. The show starts at 9.30 pm and tickets are free, but early arrival is advised as the organisers are expecting a full house.

20:00

LifeStyle

Isla Cristina, a gourmet diner’s paradise

Patrick Stamann

...inhabitants, welcomes all visitors with great hospitality. The importance of fishing for this municipality is also reflected in local gastronomy. It is characterised by its extraordinary variety of fish and seafood, which include white prawns, king prawns, ... well as king herrings, sea spiders, dogfish and skate. Often fish are served as terrines with tomatoes, onions, peppers and potatoes. Also popular are tapas or stews of cooked or grilled shrimps, fried fish such as anchovies, squid or monkfish, as well

19:43

LifeStyle

Europe’s southernmost town has much to offer

Marlene Wörner

Tarifa was taken from the Moors by the Catholic King Sancho IV of Castile and León; battles were fought over it until 1344. A surfer's paradise Tarifa is an internationally known and popular mecca for wind and kite surfers, similar to Hawaii or the

19:15

Gibraltar

Gibraltar rocks in summer

Debbie Bartlett

...without seeing the famous Barbary macaques, the Great Siege tunnels, St Michael’s cave, Europa Point, the Moorish castle, the Trafalgar cemetery, the King’s Chapel, to name just a few. It is easy to take a reasonably-priced taxi tour of the main sites,

18:31

LifeStyle

The ‘espeto’ - simple and synonymous

Jennie Rhodes / M. D. Tortosa

...across the province and in June was even the subject of one of the Costa del Sol’s famous ‘rutas’. Food fit for a king Summer in the many chiringuitos (beach bars) that line the Costa del Sol means one type of food: the ‘espeto’, sardines grilled on a ... then La Gran Parada ‘merendero’ in El Palo started cooking sardines, skewered with a stick, on an open fire. When King Alfonso XII visited the bar in 1885 on an official visit to Malaga to see the destruction caused by the Christmas Day 1884 earthquake,

18:08

LifeStyle

Money, money, money... always sunny... in the rich man’s world

Rachel Amstrong

...best industry in the world is the tourists - they come, go, are happy to be here and provide wealth for restaurants, hotels and shops,” he said. Sandro has welcomed the likes of Sean Connery, Prince Rainier of Monaco and the King of Saudi Arabia (among

20:08

What to do

Big names for big summer concerts

Tony Bryant

...classics of the 60s and 70s. There is plenty more to see this week alone with the King of Salsa and Bachata, Juan Luis Guerra, making his debut appearance on the Starlite stage on Tuesday, 18 July. The award-winning Dominican singer/songwriter will

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

20:37

National

Spanish Royal visit to UK seeks to show the way after Brexit

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With its mix of pomp, glamour, declarations of friendship and mention of some thorny issues, the three-day State visit of King Felipe and Queen Letizia to London has been captivating attention across both Spain and Britain this week. Following a ... day largely of pageantry and tradition on Wednesday, on Thursday it was down to business, literally, with a marked focus in the day’s agenda on the economic links between the two countries and the possible affects of Brexit. Gibraltar King ... 's reference to the Rock was diplomatic but still caused anger Speaking at a breakfast meeting entitled ‘UK Spain- Business Forum’ at the City of London’s Mansion House, King Felipe told attendees that Spain and Britain had to work together to reduce any