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The rain in Spain falls mainly in one day! Popular tourist spot Alicante is hit by worst floods in 20 years after six months' of rain falls in 24 HOURS
Southeast Spain saw a record amount of rain on Monday, causing riverbeds to overflow and roads to flood as the region faced its worst floods in 20 years. Half of the average annual rainfall fell in Alicante in just one day as more than 150litres of water.

Weak pound melts the British dream of a place in the sun - The Guardian
Alfredo Millá of the Sonneil property agency that covers Alicante and Murcia in south-eastern Spain says the weak pound isn't the only reason potential buyers are holding back either. “There's a general air of uncertainty, especially about whether they.

Liquored Up Hooligans Plague Ryanair - TravelPulse
It's been a busy week for the Ryanair public relations team who also had to play defense after a drunk woman incited a brawl on a flight from Newcastle to Alicante last Thursday. According to The Mirror, two passengers—a woman and a man—were arguing&nbsp.

Atletico primed for Barca battle - SuperSport (blog)
Pique was jeered when playing for Spain in Alicante last week, but he received support for his willingness to speak out from Atletico defender Filipe Luis. "I am a fan of Pique even if at times I don't agree with what he says," the Brazilian told El.

'Kidnapper' tried to snatch little girl, 2, in Costa Blanca holiday hotspot popular with Brit families - The Sun
AN OFF-DUTY cop arrested a man suspected of trying to abduct a two-year-old girl on a Costa Blanca seafront promenade. The cop stopped him following a chase after the Spanish man reportedly grabbed the youngster by the arm and run off with her as her&nbsp.

Worried about airport security delays? Here's what you need to know - MoneySavingExpert
UK passengers flying to and from Europe are facing long queues at some airports due to tougher immigration checks. If you miss a flight there's little chance of compensation or a successful travel insurance claim but there are steps you can take to.

Roaming Acinipo's Roman ruins - The Guardian
Ronda has Roman, Arab and romantic history, although it can be hard to feel it when caught up in a crocodile of tourists following a guide with megaphone and flag. Travel up into the mountains 12 miles north-west of Ronda, however, and if you're early&nbsp.

“You're Not Going to Find a Paella Like This in a Restaurant” - Saveur
What makes Spain home to one of the world's most underrated rice cultures is its remarkable breadth of rice-based dishes—from soupy, seafood rices of the coast to the rabbit- and snail-studded dry rices of Alicante's interior. Paella, though, is the.

You might need to get to the airport four hours early if you're holidaying in Europe - Metro
A spokeswoman for travel trade organisation Abta said: 'New, stricter passport checks are resulting in longer queues at some airports, including Palma, which is already busy due to a significant increase in passenger numbers. 'Tour operators will.

Spain remains top destination for Brits moving abroad - Property Reporter
Alicante tops the list as the most searched for property destination in Spain and at €126, 053, it also has the lowest average enquiry price of the most popular sunny regions. According to Rightmove, 62% of enquiries are for houses in Alicante , while.

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