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ON A WING AND A PRAYER

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What next as 200,000 flights cancelled due to coronavirus? Ryanair and Wizz Air ban from Montenegro The coronovirus has hit 200,000 flights following the...

Travel Destinations That Should Be in Everyone’s Bucket List

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Are you unsure about where to go on your next vacation? Worry not, the world abounds with amazing destinations to explore. Regardless of your...

Emergency mid-air alert following Alicante-Elche departure

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By Andrew Atkinson A flight from Alicante-Elche airport bound for London on February 26 put out an emergency over the north coast of France following...

Summer launch for NEW flights between Teesside and Alicante 

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The new flights to Alicante, which start on July 17, will be running twice a week from Teesside airport. The route was announced by...

FED CUP PROVIDES LAUNCHPAD FOR SPRING TENNIS AT LA MANGA CLUB

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La Manga Club provided the platform for Spain to claim a memorable win over Japan in the Fed Cup this month, and tennis lovers...

FROM QUESADA-ROJALES TO THE GAMBIA

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Andrew Atkinson talks to former Quesada-Rojales resident Rosemary Le Messurier, who now lives in Guernsey, about The Gambia in Part 1 of a two-part...

SANDSTORM SCARE!

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'A Calima came in dangerous winds - hot ones - it was scary' - David Webster IN the aftermath of activating Municipal Emergency Plan (PEMU)...

Coronavirus alert at Alicante-Elche airport

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By Andrew Atkinson LEADER EXCLUSIVE Preventative measures, in the wake of the fatal coronavirus breakout in China killing hundreds of people, were taken at Alicante-Elche...

How to Pack Your Luggage for a 1-Month Trip

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Traveling for a month is quite exciting; however, it can be nerve-racking as well. Trying to put together what you need to pack can...

Why New Zealanders love to visit Spain

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It may be a long way to travel but Spain is a country that New Zealanders love to visit. There are certainly plenty of...

Passenger on flight from Dublin to Alicante-Elche arrives in Los Montesinos...

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Leader Exclusive A passenger on a flight from Dublin to Alicante-Elche airport arrived in Los Montesinos, Spain, on Thursday evening - after an EIGHT hours...

Three Torrevieja beaches back to normality following storms

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Antonio Vidal, Torrevieja’s Councillor of Beaches of the City of Torrevieja, has said that he has completed the repair and conditioning tasks of 3...

Taking care of the local environment

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More than fifty volunteers accompanied councillors in Playa Flamenca last week where they gathered to pick up plastics and light packaging from the beach...

Valor Chocolate Museum celebrates twenty years

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The Valor Chocolate Museum in Vila Joiosa is celebrating its 20th anniversary with a wing dedicated to the production of cocoa, designed "to awaken...

Airlines face disruption as Storm Dennis hits UK

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Holidaymakers destined for Spain caught up Plane travelling from San Francisco to Heathrow quarantined due to a suspected Coronavirus British Airways and easyJet are...

Mojácar Council launches new promotional material ready for the 2020 Tourist Season

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Mojácar Council’s Tourism Department and Tourist Office have been busy putting together a range of new promotional material to help reinforce the work they...

5 Tips for Travelling Spain Safely

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Spain is one of the crown jewels of European travel. The country boasts an impressive collection of towns, cities, natural vistas and landscapes that...

Valencian Community suffers first fall in British tourism

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2019 sees the Community lose almost 42,500 visitors from the United Kingdom The number of International tourist holidaying in the Valencia Community reached a...

How to Plan the Perfect Weekend Trip to San Francisco

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San Francisco is one of the most popular tourist destinations, perhaps because of its cool summers, incredible rolling hills, and famous landmarks. It is...

Travel Needs for Little Kids

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Researchers and child development specialists encourage parents to give their kids the gift of travel, rather than buying them expensive toys or presents. This...

Work gets underway on Torrevieja seafront

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Report and photographs by Andrew Atkinson Works have commenced in Torrevieja to undertake repairs following the devastating damage caused during Storm Gloria in late January. Once...

Los Montesinos’ Gastronomic delights at Madrid Fitur 2020

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Los Montesinos fortunate to have fundamental values for cooking: product, tradition and sensitivity for cooking - Mayor Butron By Andrew Atkinson Los Montesinos were part...

Unmanned drones close down Madrid Airport

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Madrid airport has now reopened following the presence of a number of unmanned drones that were seen in the vicinity of the runways earlier...

Deputy President inspects Servigroup’s Hotel Marina Mar de Mojácar improvements

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Fernando Gimenez, the Deputy President of Almeria Provincial Council, recently visited Servigroup’s Hotel Marina Mar de Mojácar to see for himself the results of...

Costa Smeralda quarantined in Coronavirus alert

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The Costa Smeralda on 7-day Med cruise - including stops in France and Spain - quarantined in Coronavirus alert The Costa Smeralda on a...

U3A Away Day to Cartagena

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Thursday 23rd, saw a coachload of Torrevieja U3A members taking a ride to Cartagena for a day of sightseeing, shopping, and for some, enjoying...

Costa Blanca coastline destroyed as Storm Gloria moves north

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The passage of the Storm “Gloria” bringing with it snow, rain, gale force winds, and one of the strongest maritime storms of recent years...

Best Five Casinos in Spain

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Spain is a country that has a long-time association with gambling. Those in Spain have been placing sports bets and playing inside casinos for...

The leaning tower of Guardamar

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The mayor of Guardamar del Segura, José Luis Saez, has confirmed that he has reported the dangerous state of the rescue tower at la...

Alicante-Elche airport is operational

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First flight departure to Warsaw was at 6.30 this morning Aena has resumed operations at Alicante-Elche airport at 5.00 am this morning. The first...