28F, History and Tradition of Andalucia on its big day

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If you’re planning to get away to Andalucia, do not hesitate to come to this destination on its most important date. Andalucia Day is celebrated every February 28th, where the time of holding the referendum on the initiative of the autonomous process, in 1980, is commemorated. Many years and protests remained behind their backs for […]

10 curious festivals you cannot miss if you visit Andalucia

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Andalucia has a huge amount of popular traditions to enjoy any time of the year. So grab your camera and get ready because we present the ten most curious Andalucian festivals and traditions that you can and should go to in the south of Spain. To run stained with black paint, witness the horse races […]

Rooms at the Fuerte Miramar Hotel to display charity art

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The name Kim Soler is famous in Fuerte Hotels. The hotel chain has purchased around fifty pieces of art that form part of a charity project, headed by the renowned Catalan artist. The artists are young people with mental disabilities who have put their creativity, determination and love of art into practice. The final results […]

Discover Andalusia by bicycle with the Washington Irving Route

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In 1829, the romantic and diplomatic American writer Washington Irving, fascinated by the wealth and exoticism of the Spanish-Muslim civilization, made a route from Seville to Granada through Antequera where he was enjoying and taking in every detail of the historical heritage and beauty of Andalusia. The author of the Tales of the Alhambra has […]

The Arabian Route through Andalucia allows you travel back in time to Al-Andalus

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Andalucia is a region rich in artistic and cultural heritage and visiting its cities is the best history exercise that any lover of the humanities and the arts can do. One of the periods of splendour that has marked the Andalucian character, cuisine, music and the architecture of its buildings has been, without doubt, that […]

Here is a route through Málaga which allows you to dive into the day-to-day life of Pablo Ruiz Picasso

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On the shores of the Mediterranean Sea in the city of Málaga, 133 years ago, Pablo Ruiz Picasso was born, the father of Cubism and a legendary artist. The young painter lived the first 10 years of his life in the capital of the Costa del Sol, his childhood being marked by the marine nature […]

Curiosities of Malaga: “Art Encounters in Genalguacil”, the village museum

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Art and nature come together in the Malagan town of Genalguacil in Malaga, in the south of Spain, every first fortnight in August biennially with the initiative “Art Encounters in Genalguacil”, that this year will take place from July 31st to August 14th. Various artists from all over Spain and the world, work, create, live together […]

The Best Place In The World To Live, According To The Telegraph, Is Andalucia: 10 Reasons To Live In Southern Europe

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“The Best Place To Live In The World.” This designation was bestowed on Andalucia as a part of the British publication, The Telegraph, list of its top 20 places to live the good life. Ahead of Paris, France, Parma, Italy and a Caribbean paradise, Southern Spain earned a place on top. The region’s climate, cuisine, […]

Processions and saetas. Here are 10 things you should know about Holy Week in Andalucia

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Holy Week in Spain is one of the most important celebrations of the year. It is a religious commemoration for which an enormous range of artistic wealth has been created, greatly developing Andalusian cultural heritage. The passion of Christ is celebrated intensely throughout the Spanish territory but it is in Andalucia where it takes on […]

Native Products Of Malaga: The Secret of Ojen Anis That Its Founder Took To His Grave

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Travelling is not just about visiting a location, but about getting to know a place. Gastronomy and local products are fundamental components of an area’s culture we should see when we visit. So, today I want to present the origin of a “glass of Ojen”, an anis prepared in the wonderful mountain village perched just […]

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