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11:51

Travel

Travel secrets of the Costa de la Luz

Andrew Forbes

Atlantic prawns and believe me, your notion of sherry will be changed for ever. Carabineros prawns at El Cuartel del Mar.FORBES Little wonder the Costa de la Luz has been the secret of success for chefs here. Aponiente, in El Puerto de Santa María, is

12:47

Local

Plaque dedicated to tourism pioneer Margaret Horn Taylor

Tony Bryant

Mayor of Torremolinos José Ortiz and councillor for Culture David Tejeiro attended the unveiling of a new plaque at the Hotel Castillo Santa Clara in honour of Margaret Horn Taylor. A pioneer of tourism on the Costa del Sol, Mrs Beautell, as she

14:38

Sport

Malaga Lawn Bowls League gets ready to face challenging season

Tony Bryant

Bowls Club (Alhaurín de la Torre). 663553483 Saydo Bowls Club (Mollina). 643155248 Benavista Bowls Club (Estepona). 663553483 Los Amigos Lawn Bowls Club (Calahonda). 639246619 Santa María Bowls Club (Marbella). 664 06 80 20 Local bowls clubs

18:51

Local

Torremolinos scales down its summer culture schedule

Tony Bryant

Torremolinos town hall has announced the cancellation of almost all of the large-scale events planned for July, August and September. Suspended events include San Juan, the Festival of Santa María del Mar, the Latin Music Festival, the open-air

18:43

Local

The province's most popular beaches can only be half-filled this summer

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ

...their capacity halved, as would be the case with El Cristo in Estepona (4,141, as opposed to 7,887), La Cala de Mijas (from 14,647 to 7,690), San Francisco-Fuengirola (from 3,943 to 2,070) or Santa Ana in Benalmádena (13,295 to 6,980). The reduction

15:32

LifeStyle

17 April 1492: Christopher Columbus obtains funding for his first voyage

Debbie Bartlett

...was approved by the Catholic Monarchs of Spain, Ferdinand and Isabella. Columbus had approached the Spanish monarchs in 1486, and they finally signed the contract, known as the 'Capitulaciones', in the town of Santa Fe, near Granada, nearly six ... Columbus didn't waste any time. He set off on this voyage from Palos de la Frontera, in Huelva province, on 3 August. There were 90 men on three ships: the Pinta and the Niña, both small caravels, and the larger Santa María. He didn't achieve his aim of ... natives called it Haiti) on 5 December. On the 25th, the Santa María ran aground and had to be abandoned, and the others set sail for Spain on 16 January, finally arriving back via Portugal in early March.

20:37

LifeStyle

Silent Friday in silent Malaga

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

Malaga is famous for its Semana Santa religious celebrations. This year its streets are silent. Silence is usual on Good Friday when the last procession of the day passes by. The owner of the Glass and Crystal Museum, Gonzalo Fernández-Prieto, has

15:59

Local

A Semana Santa with no processions - but plenty of charity

SUR

...cause. Resources and campaigns 'Semana Santa Solidaria' is the name of the programme launched by the Malaga brotherhoods (cofradías), which immediately offered their premises, financial resources and volunteers to help with the coronavirus crisis. ... Semana Santa Solidaria scheme which, he says, already has 100 volunteers. Food initiative One Malaga brotherhood that has gone a step further to help families hit by the coronavirus crisis is the Cofradía de Jesús de Medinaceli, which has invested its ... many as 50,000 kilos of products were given out to 5,000 families in just one day. Virtual Semana Santa Meanwhile the brotherhoods are celebrating Holy Week with their members and supporters with initiatives via their social media and YouTube