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16:11

LifeStyle

Genalguacil won't let the virus get in the way of art

Antonio Javier López

Just over a month ago the cartoonist Albert Uderzo died, leaving orphaned the adventures of Asterix the Gaul and Obelix. However, the unyielding spirit of their French hamlet in its battle against the Roman empire lives on in places like

17:54

Local

The Roman splendour of Los Castillejos

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

At the very start of their operation, the archaeologists had one idea in mind: they were going to find a Roman wall. This was the first time in 26 years that anyone had excavated on this site near Teba and their disappointment was great. However, ... the team were eventually able to breathe a sigh of relief when they realised they had found an urban section of Los Castillejos, the first-century fortified settlement, or oppidum, of this Ibero-Roman site. "This is not a little house," explained ... Pepe Berdugo, a member of the Association for the Defence of the Historical Heritage of Teba-Hins Atiba, who pointed out some large ashlars (finely-cut stones) that gave an idea of the solid Roman construction that was built on the flattest part of the

13:40

Local

La Cizaña Roman ruins to become part of new development project

Tony Bryant

Torremolinos town hall has announced plans for the protection and recovery of the ruins of La Cizaña, a Roman settlement situated close to Los Álamos beach. The area around the site is about to be redeveloped with the construction of more than 200

13:09

LifeStyle

The Roman Oasis returns

ASH BOLTON

A popular expat restaurant that shut down last summer after 36 years is to re-open for two charity fundraisers. FUNDRAISERS When. In aid of Cudeca Hospice, Friday 30 August, 8pm. For AGDM, Monday 9 September, 8pm. Where. Roman Oasis restaurant, ... Camino Sabinillas a Casares, 29692 Manilva. Tickets. Email Paul at romanoasis@outlook.com The Roman Oasis in Sabinillas will be raising money for both Cudeca and the Asociación Gatos de Manilva (AGDM). More than 100 people are expected at each event ... and it's hoped thousands of euros will be raised for both charities. Englishman Paul Hickling, 74, who first opened the restaurant in 1983 after visiting the Roman Baths in Sabinillas, told SUR in English: "I've come out of retirement for two very

18:32

Local

Town hall looks into possibility of opening up Torrox lighthouse to the general public

Eugenio Cabezas

According to Medina, visitors frequently ask about access to the tower. However, it is currently closed for safety reasons. The old lighthouse keeper's house beneath is open and used as a visitors' centre for the Roman settlement which is on the same site. ... Ruiz, started to excavate the land around it and discovered a Roman settlement.

18:10

Local

Duquesa's Roman ruins to be turned into a visitor attraction with walkways

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

The project to recover the Roman ruins around Duquesa castle in Manilva has entered its second stage - drawing up a plan to turn the archaeological site into a visitor attraction. In the first phase, a specialist heritage company carried out ... panels for visitors. The Roman remains have listed status and are made up of a burial place, villa, baths and salted-fish factory dating from the first century to the fifth century. Tender requests to draw up a plan should go out shortly.

14:51

Opinion

There's wine in them there hills

ANDREW J. LINN

...barrel for 15 months. Officially classed as a natural wine rather than an organic one, it really deserves a second look. Around 15 euros. While wine has been made in the Ronda Sierras since Roman times or before, everything came to a sudden halt in the

20:07

Local

A boost for Malaga's Roman theatre

JESÚS HINOJOSA

Few cities can boast of being able to show visitors a Roman theatre at the side of a construction which dates back to Moorish times, but Malaga can. This area of the city is one of the most-photographed by tourists, but it has only been on display ... for the past 20 years, since the information centre was created. That was the last time there were major plans for these important remains, but now it looks as if the restoration of the Roman theatre, one of the city's principal attractions is to ... Rodríguez Oliva, professor of Archaeology at Malaga university, knows the Roman theatre well because he played an active part in recovering it after the Casa de la Cultura was demolished; he says the 'orchestra' has deteriorated because originally it was

16:37

LifeStyle

Roman Oasis restaurant to close after 36 years

ASH bOLTON

Popular expat restaurant, The Roman Oasis, will not be reopening for business this summer, it has been announced . The eatery, opened by flamboyant Englishman Paul Hickling over 36 years ago close to the Roman baths in Sabinillas, had in recent ... 74, I'm happy to say that I've suddenly made the decision to retire and close The Roman Oasis after 36 amazing years. "It's been on my mind for the last few years and I've always justified re-opening but time passes rapidly and it's time to smell ... I would like to thank the thousands and thousands of people who walked through the gates and I hope I gave you a good time. You certainly gave me one!" Paul opened the restaurant in 1983 after visiting the Roman baths in Sabinillas with his best

10:50

Local

Funding to turn Roman villa into a museum

SUR

Spain's Ministry of Public Works (Ministerio de Fomento) has announced that it will invest 700,000 euros in a project to turn a Roman discovery in Rincón de la Victoria into a museum. Speaking last week, the town's mayor, Francisco Salado, said ... that the ministry would cover 70 per cent of the one million euro project, which will see the completion of an excavation project which started in 1989. Archaeologists discovered the remains of a small Roman baths, along with mosaics and tombs in ... leave "an important legacy to show visitors the magnitude of the settlement and the importance of Roman coastal towns."