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14:12

LifeStyle

Belgian mother on 1,000km barefoot walk for charity

Tony Bryant Torremolinos

An energetic Belgian mother has embarked on a 1,000-kilometre barefoot hike in order to raise awareness of poverty in Kenya. Ilse Longuet began her gruelling sponsored hike on 11 November. She decided to walk barefoot from Barcelona to Gibraltar to

18:06

LifeStyle

16 June 1779: Spain declares war on Great Britain

Tony Bryant what happened today?

The Great Siege of Gibraltar, the longest siege ever endured by the British Armed Forces, began after Spain officially declared war on Great Britain on 16 June, 1779. The siege was an unsuccessful attempt by Spain and France to capture Gibraltar fr

20:20

Travel

The Insider Guide to a Marbella 'staycation'

Andrew Forbes

...restaurant and bar - the first in Spain. DO: Charter a yacht Arrive at the end-of-season closing parties at Nikki Beach or Ocean Club in style aboard your own yacht; head out to the strait to watch dolphins and whales; sail to Morocco for lunch; or

13:50

Travel

The Turkish Riviera revisited

Andrew Forbes

...aboard traditionally built wooden yachts have been a fashionable way to experience the Turkish Riviera. On these chic holidays afloat, you can sail the Aegean in comfort aboard a skippered and crewed yacht - so there's no need to know your jib from your

11:49

LifeStyle

Foreigners who changed the image of Malaga

Liz Parry

Freedom fighters though had left their mark on the city several years earlier, in 1831, during the reign of the absolutist and repressive Fernando VII. A group of Spanish liberals had got together in London and planned to sail round the peninsula and issue

20:32

LifeStyle

Hispanic Day, a celebration of what?

Tony Bryant

...in style, as it was from Palos de la Frontera in Huelva that Columbus set sail on his first voyage to the new world. The recent problems following the illegal referendum in Catalonia will mar this year's events in Barcelona, if indeed, they happen

10:52

LifeStyle

A diversified career in show business

Tony Bryant

Integrating into Spanish society is something many expats find difficult when first moving to the Costa del Sol. Many foreigners choose to live on the outskirts of Spanish life simply because they do not speak the lingo, but Tina Hall, a 46-year-old

10:31

Sport

All in a day's work

Rob Palmer

When Luis Enrique first took his seat in the Barcelona dug-out he looked like he'd just sailed into town on his yacht from Puerto Banús - all sunglasses, jeans, trainers - the picture of mid-life relaxation. That was the image, and he managed the s

13:51

Local

Illegal boat immigrants freed on the Costa as system fails

J. CANO / I. LILLO MALAGA

...by conflict, such as Nigeria or Mali, and helping them to reach people they know in Spain or providing welfare support. Refugee welfare expert in Malaga, Luis Pernía, talking about the recent arrivals, explained that the routes used to sail from

19:10

LifeStyle

Action and adventure on the Costa Tropical

Jennie Rhodes

...from a storm, on its way to Oran, a then Spanish-held city in northern Algeria. When it was thought that the storm had passed the ships attempted to set sail again. However, the wind had changed direction and tragically 25 of the 28 ships in the fleet

15:28

What to do

Surfing cancer

CHARO MÁRQUEZ ESTEPONA

Cancer is like a storm which can sink you or make you stronger. Battling bad weather, the wind and the waves, is exhausting. It saps your energy, but beating it makes you feel more alive and gives you a different perspective of life. You put things i

16:00

Sport

Derby goal fest adds to Malaga's holiday cheer

Daryl Finch

Malaga made it three wins on the spin with six goals shared out in an enthralling derby contest at La Rosaleda on Monday night. The home side were the first to settle into any sort of rhythm and carved out the first chance of the game courtesy of a

17:44

LifeStyle

The heart of Scottish tradition

Tony Bryant

As August comes to an end and Andalucía starts to cool down after several months of scorching temperatures, the final summer festivals and celebrations will be under way throughout the region. One of these is the XIII edition of the Douglas Day festi

15:56

Travel

The Insider Guide: The American Riviera

Andrew Forbes

Running from Summerland to Goleta, with the historic, postcard-perfect towns of Santa Barbara and Montecito at its heart, this privileged south-facing stretch of the Pacific ocean coast is the place to stay in Central California Stay: Belmond El

10:11

LifeStyle

A return to find poverty... and vitality

Mark Nayler reading into spain

...from the last chapter, as he sits in a bar in Madrid, savouring the final days of his travels before returning to England: “[W]hat strikes the foreigner most is the fact that [Spanish girls] are so conscious of their beauty. They sail along….without any

10:31

National

Doñana, a park running dry

fernando miñana

...environmental disaster in 1998 when the dam of the mine’s settling basin broke. Now it wants to open again, posing an additional threat to the park, like the project to dredge the river so that bigger ships and cruise liners could sail up the Guadalquivir to the