Low cost airlines brought 13% more passengers to Spain during the first quarter
The big three: Ryanair, EasyJet and Vueling accounted for nearly 69% of the low-cost passengers. Tourists continue to flock to Spain in search of winter sun, the continued uncertainty in the middle-East and terror alerts in other areas of Europe.. Read More
March air passenger numbers up by 4.5 per cent at Spanish airports
International tourism boosts traffic in Malaga and Alicante Further evidence was provided this week of the continuing boom in the international tourism sector in Spain, with the news that passenger numbers at the nation's airports again increased.. Read More
14 red days in Spain during 2017
Red days by autonomous community across Spain for 2017 The 2nd January is the first of 14 days of holiday enjoyed by Spanish employees in addition to the holidays specified in their employment contracts, although not every Region of Spain has.. Read More
 Prehistoric cave paintings at Covalanas in Cantabria
The paintings in Ramales de la Victoria are believed to be 22,000 years old Although the prehistoric cave paintings of Altamira are renowned worldwide, Spain has many interesting prehistoric sites amongst them the cave of Covalanas in Ramales de.. Read More
British tourist spending in Spain up by 20 per cent so far this year
Brexit is having little effect on the spending budget of British visitors Following the publication last week of government statistics which show that the number of foreign visitors to Spain continued to rise significantly during February it.. Read More
14 per cent more British tourists visited Spain this February
The British were again the largest market for international tourism in the Canaries, Valencia and Andalucia The number of foreign visitors coming to Spain continues to rise significantly, with all the signs pointing to another record year for the.. Read More
Roman mosaics in perfect condition to be moved to Badalona museum
The mosaics were found next to the C-31 motorway in the province of Barcelona Work has begun in the province of Barcelona to transport two intact Roman mosaics which were recently found alongside the C-31 motorway to the museum of Badalona.. Read More
Excommunicated Zaragoza village receives boost to witchcraft tourism
Trasmoz was cursed by an abbot in 1511 and the father of Julio Iglesias was kidnapped here in the 1980s A tiny village in the province of Zaragoza (region of Aragón) which was excommunicated from the Catholic Church in 1255 is taking steps to explore.. Read More
Spanish air passenger numbers up by 5.1 per cent in February
The sharpest increases were fuelled by international tourism in Malaga and Alicante Largely as a function of the continuing boom in the international tourism sector in Spain, passenger numbers at the nation's airports again increased during February.. Read More
Historic Granada convent restoration project complete after 8 years
The convent of Santa Isabel la Real was founded only 12 years after the Reconquista After eight years of work the restoration of the convent of Santa Isabel la Real in Granada is finally complete, enabling members of the public to admire a religious.. Read More
Ryanair fights back against French air traffic controllers
Spanish airports affected by yet more industrial action in France In the face of yet another strike by French air traffic controllers this Monday, which has caused widespread disruption to passengers at airports all over Spain, the Irish low-cost.. Read More
British tourist spending in Spain up by 25 per cent in January
Brits stayed longer and spent more in Spain than in January 2016 Following the publication earlier this week of data which showed that Spain welcomed 3.9 million foreign visitors during January, 10.7% more than in the same month last year, further.. Read More
Las Palmas drag queen contest sparks religious controversy
The show of Drag Sethlas contained clear references to the Virgin Mary Controversy surrounded the annual Carnival drag queen contest in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria on Monday evening, when the competition was won by Nelson Rodríguez Moreno, alias.. Read More
15 per cent more British visitors to Spain in January
The UK provided almost a third of all foreign visitors to Valencia and the Canaries The boom in the Spanish international tourist sector shows no signs of slowing down as another year begins, with the figures released on Tuesday for the month of.. Read More
Fuerteventura celebrates Carnival with colourful regatta
The Regata de Achipencos is held every year in Puerto del Rosario Carnival celebrations were held during the weekend just ended all over Spain, and one of the most spectacular was the ''Regata de Achipencos'' which was held for the 20th year.. Read More
British Airways launches new summer sun flight from Scotland to the Balearic Islands
New routes from Dublin and Edinburgh to Palma-Mallorca and Ibiza As passenger numbers through Spanish airports continue to increase, with the UK the principal source of traffic for Spain, airlines carrying traffic from the UK continue to announce.. Read More
Cantabria ranger prepares to open the largest maze in Spain
The maze has been created by just one man in Villapresente The tourism sector of the region of Cantabria in the north of Spain can give thanks this week to the initiative and creativity of one man for providing them with a new attraction which.. Read More
Ryanair extends flights schedule for Sevilla with more winter 2017 routes
Seville is increasing in popularity as an Andalucían destination The numbers of British passengers choosing Spain as a holiday destination continues to increase, and Ryanair has announced its most extensive calendar of flights for winter 2017 in.. Read More
British press sensationalising Spanish Jihadism security report
The Spanish security forces have NOT identified any direct threat to British tourists Headlines claim British tourist hotspots are being targeted: ''HOLIDAY TERROR ALERT: Fears at THIS holiday hotspot as Spain warns of 'direct ISIS threat.. Read More
Passenger numbers rose by 10 per cent at Spanish airports in January
The upward trend of the last two years shows no sign of slowing The increase in passenger traffic at Spanish airports showed no signs of slowing down in January 2017, with the record results of 2016 seemingly in danger of being eclipsed this year.. Read More
British Ambassador expects no decrease in Costa del Sol tourism post-Brexit
Simon Manley forecasts more British tourists in Malaga this year Simon Manley, the British Ambassador to Spain, took part on Friday in a forum concerning the future of the UK and Spain after Brexit, and expressed confidence that tourism in the Costa.. Read More
British visitors propel tourist spending figures in Spain to record high
On average UK tourists in Spain spent 44.5 million euros per day in 2016 Having confirmed on Monday that the number of foreign visitors to Spain rose last year by 10.3% to 75.6 million, the government's central statistics unit added the icing.. Read More
Ryanair launching more flights for Spain
A new Glasgow to Madrid service will be amongst the winter 2017 routes announced this week Ryanair has announced that it is launching more flights for Spain and has extended its winter routes service for 2017 to the principal cities of Madrid.. Read More
Almost 18 million UK tourists visited Spain last year
Spanish foreign tourist numbers rose by 10.3 per cent to 75.6 million The final data concerning the number of foreign visitors to Spain during 2016 were released by the government's central statistics unit on Tuesday, and in general terms they.. Read More
Alicante, Malaga, Ibiza and Palma; new Spanish direct flights this summer with BA
The summer only direct flights begin in May and have gone on sale today British Airways is to launch seven new routes from Manchester Airport this summer and three new destinations from Manchester's sister airport Stansted. From May the airline.. Read More
Barcelona bans hotel growth in the city centre
The Town Hall of Barcelona acts to limit tourist accommodation growth Mayoress Ada Colau continues to implement revolutionary measures in the city of Barcelona, particularly in respect of urban planning and housing, and last Friday the council voted.. Read More
First nudist restaurant in Spain opens in Tenerife
Dining in the altogether at Granadilla de Abona in the Canaries A new addition was added to the long list of attractions on the island of Tenerife this weekend when Innato Tenerife, which bills itself as Spain's first nudist restaurant, opened its.. Read More
Over 75 million foreign tourists visited Spain in 2016
UK visitor numbers jumped by 12 per cent to almost 17 million The Spanish government's central statistics unit is not scheduled to publish its data regarding the number of foreign visitors to Spain in 2016 until 31st January, but Álvaro Nadal.. Read More
Spain-UK air passenger numbers rose by 15 per cent last year
Spanish airports were busier than ever before in 2016 Throughout last year the sharp increases in air travel and foreign tourism in Spain were well documented, and the year-end figures which were published by airport management company Aena this.. Read More
Ryanair consolidates position as the most used airline in Spain
The low-cost giant accounted for 15 per cent of all air passengers at Spanish airports in 2016 Irish low-cost airline Ryanair was again the busiest airline operating at Spanish airports last year, and increased its advantage over competitors.. Read More
Spanish hotel sector attracts international investors
The main focuses of investor interest are in Madrid, Barcelona and the Costas The annual hotel sector report compiled by JLL Hotels & Hospitality, which has been published this week, concludes that during last year over 130 establishments.. Read More
UK tourists continue to spend more in Spain despite Brexit
In November British tourist spending rose by over 17 per cent As 2017 begins there is much uncertainty over the terms which will be agreed on for the UK's exit from the European Union, but within the Spanish tourist sector it appears that any fears.. Read More
Barcelona to benefit from airline prices wars with new low cost US routes
British Airways-owner IAG said it will start low-cost long-haul flights from Barcelona to U.S. destinations in June next year, in an apparent response to increasing budget competition on transatlantic routes. The move comes after a summer in.. Read More
Montefrio in Granada celebrates 100-fold increase in tourism
Montefrio thanks National Geographic for naming it among the most picturesque towns in the world All over Spain Town Halls and regional and provincial governments spend a great deal of time and effort attempting to boost tourism in order to.. Read More
No Brexit dent in Spanish tourist spending figures
Brits spent 9.3 per cent more in Spain this October Figures published last week showed that the bumper year for tourism in Spain continued in October, with the number of visitors from abroad rising by 11% in comparison to the same month last year.. Read More
Balearic capital shortens its name to Palma
The Town Hall confirms that the ''de Mallorca'' surname is to be dropped What's in a name? Quite a lot, apparently, in the capital of the Balearic Islands, where it has now been made official that from now onwards the city is once again to.. Read More
Spain falls short in attracting premium intercontinental tourism
The big spenders from China and USA head for France and the UK rather than Spain The latest figures regarding international tourism in Spain underline the fact that 2016 is breaking all records in terms of visitor numbers, but as is almost always.. Read More
Foreign visitor numbers up by 11 per cent in Spain in October
No Brexit effect discernible as British visitors fuel the Spanish tourist industry The bumper year for tourism in Spain continued in October, according to the figures published by the government's central statistics unit on Wednesday, with the number.. Read More
Chinese President brings 160-strong entourage to Gran Canaria
Xi Jinping met the Spanish Vice-President on Thursday morning Xi Jinping, the president of China, arrived on Wednesday night at the airport of Gran Canaria to make a brief stop on his way back home from Latin America, and will be meeting Soraya.. Read More
Heavy snowfalls in Sierra Nevada prior to the start of the skiing season
The Granada ski resort opens on Saturday for the 2016-17 season It's only a month since southern Spain was sweltering in unusually high autumn temperatures and bathers were still swimming in the Mediterranean, but suddenly the skiing season.. Read More
Malaga airport welcomes 15 millionth passenger in 2016
British tourists boost passenger numbers to record highs at the Costa del Sol airport 26-year-old Laura Pulham from the UK made a little piece of history at Málaga-Costa del Sol airport on Wednesday when she became the 15 millionth passenger.. Read More
Catalunya plans to increase tourism tax by 246%
Tourist apartments in Barcelona targeted as the authorities seek to regulate the sector As the regional government in Catalunya seeks to impose greater control on tourism, particularly in the city of Barcelona, one of the proposals under consideration.. Read More
Brexit boosts Spanish tourism in the UK
Low-cost airlines carry weekend getaway visitors from Spain to Britain Much has been written about the reduced spending power of British visitors to EU States following the Brexit-related decline in the value of the pound, but on the other hand.. Read More
21.4 million travellers used Spanish airports during October
Passenger figures were 12.1% higher in October than the same month last year Aena has released preliminary data regarding air traffic in Spain during October showing that the network of airports continue to yield highly positive national data.. Read More
Top surfer dies at Asturias beach
Perico Alonso pioneered surfing on the Atlantic coast of Asturias Perico Alonso, one of the pioneers of surfing in the Asturias town of Ribadesella on the northern coast of Spain, died on Wednesday afternoon at the Playa de Santa Marina despite.. Read More
Castellon airport costs the Valencia government another 4.5 million euros
Only four routes are currently in operation at the airport of Castellon After many years of trials and tribulations, and four years after an official opening ceremony which was close to being a farce, the airport of Castellón in the north of the.. Read More
Extremadura backs bulls to boost rural tourism
A series of events in Badajoz showcase the countryside of Extremadura The Spanish Costas have attracted more visitors to this country from abroad than ever before this year, and with tourism providing a boost to the economy in Mediterranean coastal.. Read More
No Brexit effect: Brits spent 13.1 billion euros in Spain during first nine months of 2016
British visitors boost record September tourist spending figures in Spain Brexit or no Brexit, the love affair of the British public with the Costas of Spain shows no signs of cooling, with record numbers of UK tourists spending more money than.. Read More
Wi-fi to be made available on the AVE high-speed rail network of Spain
Films and internet connection at speeds of 300 km/h throughout Spain Spain's AVE high-speed rail network has confirmed plans to supply equally high-speed wi-fi internet connections on board their services, allowing 20 million passengers per year.. Read More
EU entry tax could affect British tourists coming to Spain
Visitors to Spain and other EU States may be required to pay a small entry tax While the uncertainty over the terms of the UK's exit from the European Union continues, one of the possibilities being mooted is that a new tax may be introduced on.. Read More
Over a quarter of all visitors to Spain in September were from the UK
British tourists boost September visitor numbers in Spain The bumper year in the Spanish international tourism sector continued in September, according to data published on Monday, with a total of 7.88 million people visiting this country from.. Read More
Barcelona mammoth museum closes down
Bargain hunters can buy unwanted mammoth tusks in Barcelona This Tuesday sees the closure of the Museo del Mamut in Barcelona, marking the end of a venture into pre-history which has sadly ceased to be financially viable and sparking one of.. Read More
Tourism boom continues to set passenger number records at Spanish airports
More passengers this year at all of the 16 busiest airports in Spain The latest statistics published by Aena, the management company which runs almost all of Spain's airports, show that during September passenger numbers rose at all of the major.. Read More
Cataluña most expensive region in Spain for a hotel room
Barcelona is the most expensive and Murcia the cheapest according to a monthly survey Hotel prices across Spain averaged 113 euros per night during September, a fall of 0.88% against the previous month, according to the latest monthly figures.. Read More
Don Quijote rides again in Alcala de Henares
The Mercado Cervantino in Alcala is the largest medieval market in Europe In the year of the 400th anniversary of the death of Miguel de Cervantes, the 18th edition of the annual ''Mercado Cervantino'' in the Madrid municipality of Alcal&.. Read More
UK visitors spent 74.6 million euros per day in Spain during August
August figures set new tourist spending records in Spain The foreign tourism sector was one of the first to show growth when the Spanish economy began to emerge from its prolonged slump a couple of years ago, and now it appears to be going from.. Read More
The tourism boom continues in Spain as British visitors dominate
August figures show that Spain continues to receive record tourist numbers The latest figures published by the Spanish central statistics unit show that the number of foreign tourists who visited Spain during the first eight months of 2016 grew.. Read More
59,000 euro facelift for the Fuente de la Diosa Cibeles in Madrid
This is one of the most iconic monuments in the City of Madrid The fuente de la diosa Cibeles, or fountain of Cybele is one of the most iconic landmarks in Madrid, located in the Plaza de Cibeles in the heart of the city centre, celebrating.. Read More
Barcelona singled out in complaint to EU over holiday rental restrictions
Europe's bid to champion the ''sharing economy'' is being undermined in the short-term rental sector by capitals imposing petty rules such as dictating the number of coat hangers home-owners must provide, a complaint filed to the European Commission.. Read More
Barcelona proposes tourism tax on cruise ship visitors
2.5 million cruise ship tourists visited Barcelona last year The Town Hall of Barcelona has never been far from the headlines since Ada Colau took office as Mayoress in June 2015, and one of the latest proposals to receive the backing of the council.. Read More
Malaga skyline set to be revolutionized by 135-metre port hotel
Qatari investors see the Malaga Port project as a destination hotel The Qatari group Al Bidda has presented its plans to build a 135-metre-high skyscraper on the Dique de Levante, the jetty which delimits the eastern side of the busy port of.. Read More
Spanish flights affected by French air traffic controllers strike
Few cancellations but probable disruption on flights between Spain and Europe The latest in the seemingly interminable series of strikes by French air traffic controllers, which is scheduled to last from 19.00 on Wednesday to 6.00 on Friday, is.. Read More
Alhambra ticket fraudsters on trial in Granada
The Alhambra was deprived of over 3 million euros by the use of fake tickets The Alhambra palace in Granada one of the most popular monuments in Spain among tourists, receiving almost 2.5 visitors in 2015, but the 1,000-year-old castle and gardens.. Read More
Alicante-Elche airport on course for 12 million passengers in 2016
43 per cent of passengers at El Altet were on UK flights in August To date the highest number of passengers using the airport of Alicante-Elche in El Altet is the 10.57 million which was achieved last year, but after eight months of 2016 it now.. Read More
British tourists spent 2.2 billion euros in Spain during July
This equates to 72 million euros per day The latest foreign visitor spending figures for the month of July, which were published on Tuesday by the Spanish government's central statistics unit, show a continuation of the pronounced upward trend of.. Read More
Hippos and giraffes compete with poliwags and butterfrees at Cantabria wildlife park
The Cabárceno wildlife park in Asturias attempts to attract Pokemon Go tourism In response to the reporting of numerous accidents and incidents caused by distracted mobile phone users playing Pokemon Go, eight countries (China, Saudi.. Read More
Lloret de Mar hotels closed for evading electricity bills
Four hotels in the Costa Brava resort were illegally tapping into the mains supply The tail end of the busy summer tourists season has been marked by controversy and discontent among holidaymakers in the Costa Brava resort of Lloret de Mar, in the.. Read More
Classic tractors undertake scenic castle route in Segovia
Castles dominate the rural landscapes of southern Castilla y Leon Lovers of classic antique tractors – and it appears that there are a fair few of them in the large rural areas of Spain – should make a note in their diaries of.. Read More
10,000 dogs visit Barcelona beach in 40 days
The Playa de Levante dog beach is hailed as a success by Barcelona Town Hall The controversial new dog-friendly beach in Barcelona, which was inaugurated on 19th July, is being acclaimed as a success by the Town Hall, who report that after 40 days.. Read More
Squashy fun in the sun at the Tomatina in Bunyol
160,000 kilos of tomatoes reduced to pulp in the annual tomato fight in Valencia This year's Tomatina festival in the Valencia town of Bunyol aimed to be bigger, more spectacular and safer than in previous years, with the amount of tomatoes provided.. Read More
Restoration begins on the Puerta de San Jose at the Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba
The Cordoba Mosque was at the centre of the largest city in the world in the 10th century Restoration work begins on Thursday at the Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba on the Puerta de San José, one of the gates which was built in the tenth century on.. Read More
 Record July foreign visitor numbers in Spain
New record figures fuelled by 11.4 per cent increase in British visitor number The first post-Brexit Spanish tourism figures which were published on Tuesday confirm that little if any immediate effect on the Spanish tourist industry was produced.. Read More
Andalucia devotes 40 million euros to boosting year-round city tourism
Museums and lifestyle tourism are to benefit from the Andalucia scheme This Tuesday the regional government of Andalucía passed a series of measures designed to regulate tourism in the largest cities of the region, dedicating a budget of at.. Read More
Andalucia government considers options to protect Cabo de Gata beaches
Unauthorized boat moorings at the beaches of Monsul and Genoveses in Nijar The regional government of Andalucía and the Town Hall of Níjar are to study ways in which the problem of boats being illegally moored can be tackled at the beaches of.. Read More
Drunk Brit accidentally buys 34,000-euro bus while on holiday in Ibiza
A Durham man unwittingly acquired a 53-seater coach while partying David Little, a 27-year-old physical education instructor from Durham in the north-east of England, learnt the hard way while on holiday in Ibiza last week that drinking too much.. Read More
Malaga bathers hit by mosquito invasion
Bathers at the Playa de la Misericordia in Malaga suffer dozens of bites Residents and visitors in the western part of the city of Málaga have been seriously inconvenienced over the last few days by what they describe as an ''invasion.. Read More
Mallorca drought brings water supply problem into focus
Water reserves in Mallorca are at their lowest level since 2006 This summer has seen a sharp increase in both domestic and international tourism in the Balearic islands, particularly in Mallorca, and as a result concerns have been expressed by the.. Read More
Traditional bull herding passes off without incident in Segovia
The people of Cuellar maintain a tradition which dates back 800 years The last couple of days have seen a demonstration of the fact that the centuries-old practice of bull running can be a tranquil and peaceful affair, a far cry from the chaos and.. Read More
Turca storms to victory in La Rioja snail race
Snails pull 40 times their own body weight in the event in Tricio The month of August is a time for festivities in towns and villages all over Spain, particularly in many rural areas where the population is boosted by those on summer getaway breaks.. Read More
Benidorm beaches packed over last weekend in August
Costa Blanca holidaymakers make the most of the fine August weather The last weekend of August marks the end of the summer holidays for millions of Spaniards, and beachgoers in Benidorm were keen to make the most of their last chance to enjoy the.. Read More
11 dead on the roads of Spain over the last weekend of August
The summer road death toll in Spain is 13 higher than in 2015 As the month of August draws to a close many thousands of Spanish holidaymakers made their way back to their homes from the Costas over the weekend, causing the inevitable congestion.. Read More
Spanish police trial drones to oversee beach security
Drones help police to quickly verify situations Spanish police have started using drones to help patrol some of the country's most popular beaches at a time when tourist arrivals are reaching record highs. Police in Benidorm, on Spain's eastern.. Read More
British pilgrims rescued after losing their way on the Camino de Santiago
Clothes were made into a colourful cross on the ground to assist rescuers searching by air Two British nationality pilgrims were rescued on Tuesday after being lost for four days while walking the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route. The two.. Read More
Mallorca government worried by excessive tourism
Increasing visitor numbers could overstretch the resources of the Balearics In general terms Spain's tourism sector is enjoying a boom year in 2016, and nowhere is this more apparent than in the Balearic Islands, where the number of visitors from.. Read More
Gaudi suns restored in Park Güell in Barcelona
The Güell park in Barcelona attracted 2.7 million visitors last year Restoration work has now been completed at the ''Sala Hipóstila'' in the Park Güell in Barcelona, one of the city's most important tourist attractions due to.. Read More
British tourists spent 1.8 billion euros in Spain during June
British visitors spent 16.6 per cent more in Spain than in June 2015 The latest foreign tourist expenditure figures, which were published last week and relate to the month of June, reveal that during the month the amount spent by visitors to.. Read More
Foreign visitor figures in Spain rose by 12.7 per cent in June
The UK accounted for 28 per cent of all visitors from abroad There have been concerns expressed in Spain over the last month regarding the potential effect of the UK's decision to leave the EU on the Spanish tourist industry, and the latest figures.. Read More
Air Europa strike called off
114 cancelled flights at Spanish airports will be reinstated A strike by pilots at Air Europa, Spain's third largest airline after Iberia and Vueling, was called off on Tuesday evening after a last-minute agreement was reached with the company's.. Read More
Santiago de Compostela celebrates the Feast Day of Saint James
Fireworks and spectacle in the capital city of Galicia The city of Santiago de Compostela is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Spain, particularly on account of its status as a Holy City and the attractions of the numerous ''Camino.. Read More
Game of Thrones will film several scenes of season 7 in Spain
Winter is coming…….in a little while Fans of Game of Thrones are already desperate for hints of what the next season of action will bring, as winter finally arrives and HBO start work on preparing the next season of filming.. Read More
Spain's third largest airline calls strike for July 30th to August 2nd
Air Europa pilots will strike over the busiest holiday weekend of the year Pilots at Spanish airline Air Europa have called a strike for July 30th to August 2nd over grievances including the outsourcing of part of their fleet to another airline.. Read More
Spanish tourism set for record year due to events in Turkey and north Africa
A tidal wave of ''borrowed tourists'' cancels out any Brexit worries for Spanish tourism The Spanish tourism authorities are confidently predicting that in 2016 new records will be set for the number of people visiting this country from abroad.. Read More
Christmas El Gordo lottery sales launched on the Spanish Costas
Over 5 per cent of Spanish Christmas lottery sales are made in July and August The not particularly cool and blustery date of 12th July might seem an inappropriate one on which to start talking about the 2016 ''El Gordo'' Christmas lottery in Spain.. Read More
Four Galicia beaches stripped of Blue Flags
Lifeguard posts in Miño and Barreiros are understaffed The number of Blue Flags awarded to the beaches of Galicia in the north-west of Spain in 2016 has been reduced from 141 to 137, following the decision by the Adeac organization to.. Read More
150 stranded as Tenerife mountain road collapses
Visitors to the Teno natural park in Tenerife were airlifted to safety Approximately 150 people were trapped in the mountains of the north of the island of Tenerife on Tuesday afternoon when part of the TF-445 road collapsed, forcing its closure.. Read More
None gored in the fifth Pamplona bull run of 2016
The last of the bulls reached the Pamplona bull ring in 3 minutes 4 seconds The fifth bull run of the annual ''Sanfermines'' fiestas of Pamplona ended with no serious injuries on Monday morning, despite there being various moments of danger during.. Read More
Spanish beach rental prices up by 11 per cent this summer
Visitors to Ibiza can pay up to 2000 euros per week for a small apartment A report published last week by independent property valuation firm TecniTasa concludes that the cost of renting a front-line beach apartment on the Costas of Spain has.. Read More
Vueling and French air traffic controllers add to air passenger misery in Spain
Flights to and from France cancelled as frustration continues in Spanish airports The Spanish low-cost airline Vueling continues to face severe difficulties in meeting its busy flight schedule for the first week of July, and on Tuesday morning.. Read More
May Spanish tourist spending figures illustrate possible dangers of Brexit
Foreign tourists spent 6.9 billion euros in Spain during May The latest data published by the Spanish government's central statistics unit on Tuesday morning show that during May the amount spent by foreign visitors to this country was 6,914.. Read More
Chaos at Barcelona airport for passengers on Vueling flights
Cancellations and long delays as Vueling fail to cope with July workload The beginning of the peak summer holiday season brought about problems for thousands of airline passengers who had booked flights with Spanish low-cost airline Vueling, as.. Read More