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The Magical Mayor of Estepona

The Mayor of Estepona, José María García Urbano requires a special mention, as we consider that the positive transformation to the town and municipality over the past few years can be attributed to his ongoing pursuit of progress. The changes to Estepona over the past few years have been radical and the city's image has been completely restored. The clear proof is investor confidence which is visually...

Nature in Benalmadena

Get back to Nature in Benalmadena

Benalmadena is well known as highly urbanized municipality. It is appreciated by many for the wide range of entertainment, activities and services it offers for international tourists and residents. There is much to offer in terms of lifestyle, attractions, dining, water sports and beach activities. As a popular, lively and cosmopolitan metropolis it attracts thousands upon thousands of visitors every...

Ways to Keep Cool in the Summer on the Costa del Sol

Whether you are acclimatised or not, as the mercury rises throughout July and August, we all start searching for ingenious ways to keep cool in the summer on the Costa del Sol. Our air-con units simultaneously become our best friends and worst enemies. They keep us close, indoors and dependent. Like a hermit, too scared to venture away from its cooling breeze. Their hum is designed, it seems, to drown...

San Juan

A Guide to La Noche de San Juan on the Costa del Sol

La Noche de San Juan 2017 June is one of the most exciting months on the Costa del Sol. Whilst the mercury rises throughout the Spring months, June starts the countdown to Summer. In Spain, the date of the officially recognised summer solstice is the night of the 23rd June. The season launches through the festivities of San Juan. La Noche de San Juan, or St. John’s Eve is a celebration with both...

Mijas

A Spotlight on Mijas

The Two Sides of Mijas The municipality of Mijas, sits 20 minutes West of Malaga Airport, in the autonomous community of Andalucia. It is the fourth largest municipality in Malaga. With around 78,000 recorded inhabitants. Bordered by Marbella in the West, Fuengirola in the East and Alhaurin el Grande in the North. This is very much in the heart of the Costa del Sol. Whilst the area is often referred...

Why live in Spain?

It would be very cliché to say that I moved to Spain for the sun, sea, sand and sangria. It wouldn’t be a lie. In reality, however what I have found, is so much more. It’s no wonder that Andalucia is consistently ranked as one of the best places to live in the world. Residents are happier, healthier and more relaxed than you'll ever find at home. Now, whilst I do not promote losing touch with the...

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