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Christmas traditions in Spain – did you know these 5?

BayRadio | December 4, 2020 close
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BayRadio’s home province of Alicante has become a national sensation in Spain after bagging a Guinness World Record – but what other christmas traditions exist in Spain? The whopping 18m nativity scene currently outside Alicante’s town hall is a sight for UK eyes accustomed to the traditional church scenes of […]

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Canary Islands request legal exception to allow rapid antigen ...

BayRadio | December 4, 2020 close
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The Canary Islands are seeking solutions to accept the rapid antigen test –instead of costly PCR – and re-open the winter tourism market. A government statement yesterday said the arrival of a British tourism market was ‘imminent’. The key to unlock these winter sun-seekers however remains a COVID-19 test. Testing […]

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When will travellers to Canary Islands be able to use rapid ...

BayRadio | December 2, 2020 close
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England has come out of lockdown today, 2nd December, permitting international travel from tier 1 and tier 2 areas. The Canary Islands is the only place in Spain on the UK’s travel corridor list – meaning travellers do NOT have to quarantine on return. From today, travellers can fly out […]

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Don’t Mention the C Word – BayRadio Spain new radio show...

BayRadio | November 13, 2020 close
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Don’t Mention the C Word is a brand-new radio show to tear down taboos – and it isn’t about COVID-19 or female genitalia. It’s about cancer, Spain’s 2nd biggest killer, and how it’s not just the foreign lingo that’s got us tongue-tied. BayRadio Spain are proud to present the new […]

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Lonely Planet’s 16 most beautiful rural villages in Spain ...

BayRadio | November 12, 2020 close
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International travel guide Lonely Planet has named just 16 rural pueblos as the ‘most beautiful’ in Spain. How many of these 16 villages have you visited? Read more about the villages on Lonely Planet España’s new blogpage.

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Who built Javea’s giant whale? – metal sculptor Toni ...

BayRadio | October 31, 2020 close
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Javea-born artist Toni Mari is an internationally-renowned metal sculptor – his workshop is home to Javea’s famous whale, La Ballena de Antonia. “For me, I like to keep things as natural as possible,” Toni Mari tells BayRadio News in an exclusive video interview (below). Toni’s iconic rust-coloured sculptures form the […]

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Restaurants lend artists a wall in Denia

Jack Troughton | October 30, 2020 close
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With nowhere to hang their work, two Irish artists have sparked a symbiotic plan to boost Denia’s COVID-19-restricted economy. “Everything in here is for sale,” says Marisela, who runs an American smokehouse-cum-antique shop in Denia’s ‘tapas alley’, Carrer de Loreto. Her California-rooted philosophy mean even elderly Spanish neighbours get a […]

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Bohemians Javea New Winter Menu

Laura | October 28, 2020 close
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WIN A BOHEMIANS MENU!! Menú includes 1 starter 1 main course 1 dessert To enter: Follow @bohemiansjavea “Like” their post Mention someone you’d come with Share their post to your story Winner will be announced live every Wednesday on their Facebook Page ALSO… they are giving away a free NEW […]

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Englishman’s civil war trench tour sees €14.000 revamp

Jack Troughton | October 26, 2020 close
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Michael Gill says his neighbours in Vilamarxant/ Villamarchante near Valencia won’t talk about the Civil War – but things could soon change. The pine-studded hills in Villamarxant were the last line of defence for the Second Spanish Republic (1931-1939), not that you’d know it. Towards the end of Spain’s bloody […]

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