Every year thousands of people visit Malaga for the city’s annual feria to be treated to a celebration of local culture in a party-like atmosphere. Commemorating the incorporation of Malaga to the Crown of Castile by the Catholic Monarchs the feria celebrates the arrival of Queen Isabella I of Castile and King Ferdinand II of Aragon when they entered Malaga …
Traditionally always held during the second week in October the Feria de Nerja is one of the most exciting times to visit the Costa del Sol resort. With celebrations and musical events happening all over town locals and visitors take over the streets for some good-natured family fun. For 2018 the Feria is expected to begin on Wednesday the …
The I Nerja Feria Chess Tournament took place in Plaza de España with a total of 16 people taking part.
Today is the last day of the Nerja Feria and tonight’s events are as follows:
Thursday night was the election of the Feria Queen and Knight, these being Maricarmen Bueno and Antonio Joaquín González respectively.
Day Three of the Feria, Saturday, begins at 10:00 with a floral tribute on the Balcón de Europa, followed by a parade through the streets by the Banda de Cornetas y Tambores ‘San Miguel’.
Day Two of the Feria, Friday, begins at 12:00 with a floral tribute on the Balcón de Europa. The Zurrapas Band will be strolling the streets to entertain the crowds.
The Nerja Feria begins on Thursday October 8th at 20:00 with a concert on the Balcón de Europa by the Nerja Municipal Band conducted by José Pedro Almendro del Pino.
The I Torneo de Pádel Feria de Nerja (Paddle Tennis) was held at the weekend and the victors in the top category, 2B, were Rúben and Rodri who defeated Nacho and Miguel in the final.
A total of 23 boats took part in the Feria Fishing Competition held at El Playazo at the weekend, the vessel ‘Bollito’ winning with a total catch weighing 20.095 kilos.