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The mosquito, (‘little fly’ in Spanish) has been around for more than 30 million years.
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water….. Summer 2017 sees the return of the jellyfish to the Catalan coast…but no more than past years so no need to abandon…
In our glorious Mediterranean waters you’ll never swim alone. From rainbow wrasse and damselfish to octopuses and sea cucumbers, there’s plenty going on beneath the waves – if you look.
Les Mygales or mygalomorph spiders are a group of stout spiders including tarantulas, Australian funnel-webs, and mouse spiders amongst their number.
Good things don’t always come in small packages! Most spiders are pretty harmless to humans. In fact, only four are known to be dangerous, one of these being ’la recluse brun’ (brown recluse spider, fiddleback,…
For those of us in the know there is an unfathomable amount of mountain biking potential here. Between the summits and the sea you can ride to your heart’s content on trails suited to all abilities.
If you want to discover wild landscapes, full of delights, with a rich and diverse flora and fauna, look no further than the Nyer Reserve.
Today, terns, avocets and other waders flock to the previously-abandoned area to nest and breed.
St John’s wort may be hated by sheep farmers but herbalists adore it. The flowering tops are harvested after they begin to bloom (traditionally on Solstice, June 21) and prepared with alcohol, and with oil, to make two of the most useful remedies in any first aid kit.