Tag Archives: Spain


Mine reopened

The mine in Rio Tinto in Huelva was closed down 14 years ago, but now the mining starts again. 250 people will be directly employed in the mine and indirectly…


Nudists can be fined

A recent judgment in Spanish Supreme Court determines that nudism – naturism is not a human right. Thus, municipalities that want to, can ban nudism / naturism on their beaches….


Game of Thrones

The Spanish king Felipe VI received an unexpected gift from an unexpected donor when he last visited the EU headquarters in Brussels. It was Pablo Iglesias, EU parliamentarian and leader of…


Sidewalks are being occupied

Pedestrians in Torrevieja are complaining that the city’s restaurants and cafes are occupying the sidewalks. Complaints Residents have complained about it in great numbers by contacting the local newspaper “La…


Train travels increasing

The Spanish high speed trains are taking market shares from all other methods of domestic travel. On some stretches flight travels in practice are ousted. We are talking about AVE trains…


Booking Caminito del Rey

The much publicized path Caminito del Rey which to many’s irritation, has been fully booked for a long time, has now opened bookings for July, August and September. There has been a…


Spain offers citizenship

By offering 2.2 million Sephardim jews citizenship, Spain wants to make up after the expulsion of the Spanish Jews in 1492. 523 years ago, the Spanish Jews had two alternatives,…


A warm easter

On the Costa Blanca the Easter week has started with a proper summer with daytime temperatures of around 30 degrees Celsius. On Palm Sunday the beaches were almost full in…


The hotels are being filled up

The status of the number of hotel reservations on the Costa del Sol looks very good. The hotels have received far more orders than last year for the upcoming Easter….


IKEA expands in Spain

The Swedish furniture giant now wants to simplify the buying process for clients in Spain and opens up a number of distribution points as a supplement to their stores. It’s about…