As each year goes by more and more events pop up in the towns and villages around Malaga in order to celebrate the local food and gastronomy. April is a popular month for festivals that celebrate food with the first kicking off in the Hoya de Málaga valley town of Casarabonela to celebrate the Día del Pipeo. Pipeo is curious …
Nerja Youth Councillor Sara Rivas together with Councillor Cristina Fernandez and the President of the Neighbourhood Association José Miguel Ortuño announced the date of this year’s water festival. This year’s celebration is being called the Great Feast of Water and foam and is claimed to be a great fun filled activity for infants, teens and adults. The party starts …
The municipality of Cuevas Bajas in Málaga province celebrated its IX Fiesta de la Zanahoria Morá (Festival of the Mora Carrot), an event which attracted around 7,000 visitors.
Thousands of people attended the IX Fiesta del Monfí in the small village of Cútar at the weekend, enjoying a medieval market, local delicacies, falconry and horse riding exhibitions, dancing and other activities.
The local Verbena de San Cristobál takes place in the Barriada de los Poetas in Nerja on Saturday July 8th.
The town of Casarabonela will be celebrating the twenty-fifth edition of its popular Fiesta de los Rondeles on December 10th, 11th and 12th, with workshops, gastronomic delights and the procession of the Virgin.
The municipality of Macharaviaya will be celebrating the Fiesta de la Independencia Americana (American Independence Day) a day early, on Saturday July 3rd.
Tomorrow, Thursday October 15th, sees the start of festivities in Benamocarra in celebration of the patron of the town, Santísimo Cristo de la Salud.
Tomorrow, Wednesday August 13th, sees the start of a week-long fiesta in Benalmádena Pueblo.
Tomorrow and Saturday is the local Verbena de San Cristóbal in Nerja which is being held in the Barriada de Los Poetas.