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Excursion: Montefrío

By Martin Myall

According to National Geographic (2015) Montefrío is in the top ten of the best views in the world, which is not to be sniffed at! »

Why aren’t the Ski Slopes Open?

By Martin Myall

That is a question that many people in Granada are asking as they look up and see the Sierra Nevada completely snow covered. »

Tropical Fruit Weekend

By Vivienne Hughes

Today is the last day of the I Jornadas Gastronómicas de Frutos Tropicales in La Herradura - an event designed to promote locally grown, tropical fruit and push tourism. »

What’s on in April

By David Darby

Here are a few articles about what's going on during Semana Santa, for example; who's doing what, as well as information from our readers on Acompalia and Red Cross Telecare »

XVII Feria Gastronomica

By Louise Powell

It's nearly that time of year again in Almuñécar for the yearly Gastronomic Fair, which will take place in the Majuelo park from the 19th to the 21st of June. »

Almuñécar Easter Power Cut

By Martin Myall

Bars, restaurants and shops in Almuñécar are livid over the 2-hour power cut on Easter Thursday, just when the town was packed with tourists. »

Granada’s Hostelry Strike

By Hugh MacArthur

The strike on the 29th went ahead, hitting hotels with more severity than the restaurateurs. On average the percentage of walk outs was 80% for hotels and 50% restaurants. »

Ski Resort Discord

By Martin Myall

The publicly owned company, Cetursa, that manages the whole of the skiing complex on Sierra Nevada decided to close the season earlier than normal, which with the late snowfalls at the beginning of April, did not amuse the rest of the businesses up there; restaurants, hotels and shops. »

Easter Menu at By Larius

By Martin Myall

By Larius on Almuñécar’s Playa Velilla, run by Mark Sørensen and Randi Godskesen, is putting on a special Easter Menu with a difference. The starter, entitled, Easter Egg, comprises of quail eggs, serrano ham, vinaigrette, asparagus and herbs. This is followed by the main course, comprising of the traditional fish element of Easter, in... »

Many Bars But Few Inhabitants

By Editor

Granada has always been a province with a swarm of small bars - just about every ground floor of a block of flats has one... or two, but the town that has proportionally more bars than any other is little old Moraleda de Zafayona. »

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