Festival and Events in Andalusia
A region known for flamenco, bullfights, moorish style architecture and charming white villages. Celebrated painter, Pablo Picasso, was born in Málaga in 1881. Nobel and Pulitzer prize-winning novelist, essayist, and correspondent, Ernest Hemingway closely identified with this region and in fact, spent his final birthday in Andalusia.
To those of us from North America, it is quite surprising to find that January 6 in Spain, The Three Kings festival, is a bigger celebration than Christmas.
The Cordoba Patio Festival is a feast for the senses. For 2 weeks each May, the Cordobeses throw open the gates and doors to their private patios and reveal the hidden floral delights they have been working on all year-long. Since
The origin of Halloween dates back to an ancient Celtic festival known as Samhain. Annually celebrated in Spain from 31 October to 2 November. All Hallows Eve, now known as Halloween
A national holiday and held annually on October 12. This date commemorates the anniversary of Christopher Columbus’ landing in the New World on October 12, 1492. It is also known as Columbus Day in the United States
The Bread Festival (Fiesta del Pan) is celebrated in honor of San Sebastian. Lubrin, a village in Almeria, Andalusia is host to one of the most interesting and fun festivals we have ever gone to.