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Olive oil cultivation in Andalucia; qualities, varieties and benefits

Olive oil is a component based on the Mediterranean diet and is considered by many as the healthiest in the world. Science has investigated all its positive aspects and has been named as Spain’s ‘golden liquid’. Not only does it make ordinary bread something special, but it truly makes your taste buds pop in flavour. […]

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Event: Flour Carnival in Alozaina, but you won’t be baking

Alozaína is a town and municipality in the province of Málaga, part of the autonomous community of Andalusia in southern Spain. This small town hosts an unusual festival where one throws flour, and bags of flour, at neighbors and visitors alike — so beware! Some get dressed in traditional fancy dresses, a custom that originates […]

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Event: Photographer Richard Kern exhibits “The Naked and Famous” in Málaga

First time in Spain, photographer and filmmaker Richard Kern exhibits and exposition composed of naked and famous human figures. As a portraitist, Kern sheds light on the darkness and more complex areas of human nature, psychologically, and conveying it via image and film. Celebrities, poetry, fiction, raw reality, transgression, underground (street) art — words of […]

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Ernest Hemingway’s Spanish cities, his memories live on

Ernest Hemingway’s relationship to so many Spanish cities is almost indescribable. This Nobel Prize writer/novelist is one of the few foreigners to be so closely identified with Spain. With the given nickname ‘Papa’ (‘father’ in Spanish), Ernest truly captured more than just the complexities of Spain and the Civil War, he captured people’s hearts. He […]

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Have a laugh at ‘Santi Millán Live!’ show in Málaga

Barcelonean comedian and actor Santi Millán brings his comedy show “Santi Millán Live!” to Málaga. This cheeky and (evidently) humorous show has already been viewed by over 15,000 people over Spain. Now it’s Málaga’s turn to witness some sexed up improvisation by showman Santi Millán. Please note: to attend, one must understand Spanish Santi Millán […]

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Wine Museum in Ronda, Andalusian wines

The cellar of a historic “casa palacio” (translates to ‘palace house’) has been converted into a wine museum, that has turned out to be a great success. Wine Museum of Ronda, correctly named”Bodegas la Sangre”, has 12 rooms which guide through history and culture of Ronda wines, from mithology, religion and social recognition, to the […]

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Málaga’s 31st Theatre Festival runs until 16th of February

Starting today, 9th January, the 31st edition of Málaga’s Theatre Festival. This year’s Theatre Festival has 27 programmed performances of Calderón, Lope de Vega, Eurípides, Alistair Beaton, Robert Patrick, David Mamet,.. including s play by Shakespeare! Malaga’s theatre’s Cervantes and Echegaray will carry out two musicals and four plays, ‘Los hijos de Kennedy’ (Kennedy’s children), ‘El […]

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Three kings come to Costa del Sol today!

Locations and schedules for Three Kings parades across Costa del Sol. Málaga, Benalmadena, Marbella & Fuengirola. Today 5th of January is the day  the Three Wise Men come to the streets of whole of Spain and parade themselves to the public. Throwing sweets at the crowd and promising children gifts (if they’ve been good, of […]

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Ray Smith exhibition at Picasso’s childhood home: “Unguernica”

“Unguernica” revisits Picasso’s most iconic work: Guernica. Ray Smith, an American artist, has taken a symbolic perspective and a personal and contemporary version of Picasso’s works, and deconstructed the Guernica to meet “this” different perspective. This exhibition takes place in Picasso’s childhood home in Málaga, today known as “Casa Natal” Museum. What Ray Smith does […]

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Playmobil exhibition in Antequera, ‘A Walk Through History’

This exposition is not just any exhibition. A story laid out of 10.000 Playmobil toys will cover the history of the human kind. From Dinosaurs extinction, the conquest of Greece, Egypt, the discovery of America, the Dakar Rally, the Gold Rush, World War II, the Cold War ,and Operation Anvil. This 300m2 exhibition. “As many […]

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Charity Concert for Cudeca Foundation on 14th January in Málaga

Cudeca Foundation is a well known Cancer Hospice in the Costa del Sol, southern Spain. As a bright and giving start to the new year, a Charity concert is held in honour of Cudeca’s work in the city of Málaga. Tickets go on sale today! “The Málaga-born baritone Carlos Álvarez and the Málaga Foundation are […]

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