Local cyclist prepares for La Vuelta cycle race

Spain’s most renowned cycling event La Vuelta begins on Saturday (19 August) in the French town of Nîmes.

The race consists of twenty one stages and totals a gruelling 3,324.1 kilometres, ending on the 10 September in Madrid.

The race will once again pass through the province of Malaga this year in the following stages: Motril-Los Dólmenes de Antequera (31 August) and Coín-Tomares (1 September).

The evolution of tourism

Tuesday, 01 August 2017

The exhibition in Torremolinos includes mock check-in desks and customs areas with information on the development of the tourism industry from the 1950s to present day

An exhibition that charts how Spain and the Costa del Sol were first promoted as a tourist destination has opened in the Palacio de Congresos in Torremolinos.

Organised by the town hall and with funds from the Aeronautical Museum of Malaga, ‘Spain for You’ reveals the history and evolution of tourism from the 1930s until the present day.

The British pop legend brought a message of love to the Starlite festival on Thursday

The sun was still shining over the Nagüeles quarry on Thursday evening when Sir Elton John stepped onto the Starlite stage.

His smile was the first clue that the star was in good spirits and pleased to be in Marbella, where he followed the repertoire of his Wonderful Crazy Night tour which promotes love and peace in the world.

As expected the legend took to the stage in sunglasses and sequins and a fuschia shirt and matching shoes.

Tesla has opened a 'pop-up store' which will be here for the next two months

Tesla, the rapidly-growing Californian electric car manufacturer, has opened a ‘pop-up store’ in the Costa Marbella-El Corte Inglés shopping centre in Puerto Banús.

Dogs have been getting their paws wet since the Junta approved plans for 250-metre-long dog-friendly zones on El Pinillo and Ventura del Mar beaches for the high season

This summer sees the introduction of two designated dog-friendly zones on El Pinillo and Ventura del Mar beaches, after the Junta de Andalucía gave the green light to Marbella’s 2017 Beach Plan in early June.

An area around 250 metres long on both the beaches, to the east of the town and in Nueva Andalucía respectively, where dog owners are allowed to bring their pets without any time restrictions, have been approved.

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