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  • Where in Spain you are most likely to have your car stolen

    Thieves steal 120 cars a day in Spain, the third highest rate in the EU. Here are the Spanish cities where you definitely have to double-check you’ve locked your car and the vehicle models crime gangs usually go for. There’s no denying that Spain is a safe country by global stan...Read More

    01-Nov-2019

  • British are still the main resort property buyers in Portugal

    The Resorts Market in Portugal undertaken by Confidencial Imobiliário in partnership with the APR – Portuguese Association of Resorts (APR) and with the support of Turismo de Portugal (Portuguese tourist board) revealed that in the first half of 2019 UK citizens continued to be the ...Read More

    30-Oct-2019

  • Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab writes an open letter to UK nationals living in Spain

    Stay up to date, go to the Living in Spain Guide at gov.uk/livinginspain In less than a month, the will of the British people will be delivered and the United Kingdom will leave the European Union. This, of course, will be a time of transition. But for those living in Spain, I want to assure...Read More

    11-Oct-2019

  • Will the EHIC be valid for Britons after Brexit?

    If you are planning a holiday in a country in the European Union (EU) you may be wondering whether your European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) will still be valid after Brexit. The EHIC currently entitles you to state-provided medical treatment if you fall ill or have an accident in any EU co...Read More

    10-Oct-2019

  • Travel advice - Thomas Cook

    Following the news that Thomas Cook has gone into compulsory liquidation we would advise affected Thomas Cook customers to contact the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) helpline on the UK freephone number 0300 303 2800 or if calling from outside the UK on +44 (0) 1753 330 330. The CAA has created ...Read More

    23-Sep-2019

  • One in four travellers don’t bother taking out insurance, research shows

    Almost one in four people do not take out travel insurance for their holidays, according to new research, with young people less likely to pay for the safety net when they go abroad. The reluctance to take out insurance is more pronounced among those who travel within Europe, with more than ...Read More

    16-Sep-2019

  • Severe weather warning for Valencia, Alicante, Murcia & Almeria

    Spain's meteorological office (AEMET) has issued an 'extreme risk' weather warning for the regions of Valencia, Alicante, Murcia & Almeria for today and tomorrow. The forecast is for torrential rain and flash floods may occur which could cause disruption and delays to transport services. ...Read More

    12-Sep-2019

  • Tavira excavations confirm existence of Roman city buildings

    Archaeological excavations carried out in the remains of the ancient Roman city of Balsa, in Tavira, confirmed the existence of buildings and an east-west road, but the limits of the urban area remain to be defined. The definition of where the Roman city of the 1st century ends and begins is t...Read More

    05-Sep-2019

  • Massive storm in Madrid causes flash flooding and road closures

    The worst-affected municipality in the region was Arganda del Rey, where heavy rainfall caused a torrent of water that swept away cars and street furniture The Madrid region was hit by a powerful hail storm on Monday evening, with heavy rainfall bringing roads to a standstill, causing proble...Read More

    28-Aug-2019

  • Gran Canaria: 8,000 flee wildfires on holiday island

    About 8,000 people have been evacuated as wildfires rip through Gran Canaria in the Canary Islands. The fires, which started on Saturday, are advancing on two fronts in a mountainous area of the island. Ten planes and helicopters, as well as about 700 firefighters on the ground including...Read More

    19-Aug-2019