Costa Azahar is set in a quite rural area, surrounded by olive and almond trees, in the heart of the Maestrazgo.

Saturday, 27 September 2014

Nearly 1.7 billion euros' worth of pesetas still in circulation

AN ESTIMATED 1.7 billion euros' worth of pesetas remain in circulation in Spain, more than 12 years after the new common currency was introduced.

The Bank of Spain says it changes about a million euros in pesetas every month, and that this figure has been continuous since the country

Spanish village swaps bulls for giant balls

Residents of a Madrid village have changed their annual running of the bulls to a similar event with giant 125-kilo (275 pounds) polystyrene balls, a move animal rights groups are hoping will be copied in other parts of Spain.  Spanish village swaps bulls for giant balls

Saturday, 20 September 2014

Tomatina moves to London's Hyde Park

LONDON could get its own version of the famous Valencian tomato fight, the Tomatina.

Councillors from Buñol, a town to the east of Valencia city with 10,000 inhabitants which is renowned worldwide for its messy, fruity fiesta, have been in talks with the management of Hyde Park in the British capital.

Friday, 19 September 2014

Castellón Airport is having test flights

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Castellón Airport will receive its second flight this week, yes, test flight. The Valencian Government has reported in a statement that the facility will receive this week's flight calibration systems of air navigation radio aids, a mandatory step for the airport and received all necessary permissions to be able to open.