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

Alhambra, Granada

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 […]

ESTEPONA MONUMENTS AND OTHER PLACES OF INTEREST

We invite you to discover Estepona monuments and other places of interest. A tour of the most outstanding of its historical-artistic heritage. A trip through the streets and corners of this coastal city that they call the Garden of the Costa del Sol.     The flowers and plants are one of the characteristic elements […]

Alternative plans to enjoy the Easter holidays

Each year, more of us are looking for alternative Easter holiday plans. We want to make the most of these days off to do something different, away from our routine. To have new experiences that relax us or excite us, that are fun and that put us to the test. Alternative Easter plans are so […]

25 Malaga facts that surely you did not know

Malaga aerial view

Visiting Malaga is much more than enjoy its fabulous coastline and beautiful landscapes. Malaga has a millenary and urban character but still keeps the traditions and history of its ancestors. The Mediterranean culture prevails in its customs. Malaga is a city that is in fashion. There are plenty of reasons for that and plenty of […]

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

Semana Santa en Andalucia

Easter 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 […]

(Español) ¿Cómo celebran la Nochevieja en el mundo? Te contamos las tradiciones más curiosas

(Español) Si vives en España, seguro que ya tienes preparadas las 12 uvas, el champán y alguna prenda de color rojo para recibir el año nuevo. Pero, ¿te has parado a pensar cómo celebran la Nochevieja en el resto del mundo?   Atento porque quizá te plantees incorporar nuevos rituales a la celebración de esta noche tan mágica. […]

The ‘zambombas’: the most genuine party of Andalusian folklore

The traditional wines, pastries and “flamenco style” carols are the ingredients of the “zambombas” held in December and celebrated in every corner of Jerez de la Frontera. Since the eighteenth century on the eve of Christmas Day, friends, neighbours and relatives gather the patios and house gardens. They form a circle around bonfires, where they […]

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

Escultura Genalguacil

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 […]

IV Bienal de Flamenco de Málaga: unique shows in the Cave of Nerja or Gibralfaro

Flamenco comes to Málaga for another year to flood the streets with this art for the people of the province until next September. The IV Bienal de Flamenco de Málaga will feature 40 municipalities where dancing, singing, concerts and cultural exhibitions on this subject will put this Intangible Heritage of Humanity at your fingertips according […]

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

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 […]

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