A seagull has filmed the Atlantic coast with a GoPro camera it stole from a German tourist on a Spanish island. At the end it shot a cool selfie, probably better than the camera owner might have taken.
Barcelona residents think mass tourism poses a bigger problem to their city than poverty, a new survey shows, indicating growing discontent among the locals with the crowds of tourists flooding the city.
A Spanish singer has performed a special concert to 380 embryos in an IVF clinic in Barcelona. The clinic says the experiment, first of its kind, is based on a study that proves music increases the success rate of IVF.
Hundreds of wild horses have been forced into hair-cuts this weekend in the Spanish village of Sabucedo, where locals have herded the animals from the mountains to fight them at a controversial festival called “Rapa das Bestas” (Cropping of the Beasts).
Mass protests greeted a new Spanish public security law that would make it harder for public to rally. Nicknamed the ‘gag law’, the new legislation puts restrictions on journalists reporting on police.
A new, saucier way to attract tourists has appeared in Barcelona, with erotically-shaped fruit and vegetable seeds now sold on the local flower stalls. Penis peppers, “vulva flowers,” and breast-shaped melons (with nipples) are currently on offer.
Green Party MP Caroline Lucas will join hundreds of activists in central London on Monday to stand in solidarity with the Greeks. They warn the ECB’s threat of cutting off funding to Greece is “an act of financial war” by “unelected technocrats.”