The 4th November 2013 sees the start of the 27th edition of the International Jazz Festival of Malaga. For seven magical days (until the 10th November) the Cervantes Theatre located in Malaga’s historic centre will host a series of concerts featuring top class musicians including Eric Alexander, Dorantes, Enrico Pieranunzi, the Suzette Moncrief Jazz Band or Kroke.
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For the 5th consecutive year and thanks to the success of previous editions, this coming Friday the 1st November sees the start of the 5th Erotic Tapas Route in our neighbouring town of Fuengirola.
Next week sees the start of the 6th edition of Benalmadena Town’s popular Tapas Route. From the 18th to the 27th October, many of the Benalmadena’s bars and restaurants will take part in this gastronomic event which every year produces some mouth-watering creations!
The establishments which take part in the Tapas Route will have to prepare a special tapa designed only for this event. This way visitors will be able to make their way around the town following the ‘route’ and trying a different and unique tapa in each bar and restaurant; just make sure they are officially taking part in the event.
The first fortnight in October marks an important event in Fuengirola’s calendar: The ‘Feria del Rosario’ in honour of the town’s patron.
For the next week, trips to Fuengirola will include a compulsory visit to the town’s main fairground for a fun and entertaining introduction to true andalucian ‘feria’ culture. Lots of flamenco – music and dancing – great food, wines, sherry, shows, parades and lots more await!
Are you ready to enjoy 4 days of music, dancing, delicious food and lots of great ‘vino’? This Thursday sees the start of the Feria de San Miguel in Torremolinos; from the 26th to the 29th September our neighbouring town will be in full festive mode to celebrate the most important date on their calendar.
This weekend sees the start of the acclaimed Luna Mora Festival in the beautiful white village of Guaro. This unique event is your opportunity to witness and experience the magic of ‘Andalusi’ music and culture.
The Festival takes place on the 6th, 7th, 13th and 14th of September 2013 and is sure to be a great success with visitors coming from all over Spain to experience its rich blend of true Andalusian culture and tradition.
Two of the team from Sunset Beach Club visited the Luna Mora Festival last year and took some great photos which will give you a great idea of what to expect if you choose to venture into the hills and take part in the festivities; you can see the photos HERE.
Next week is ‘Feria’ week here in Benalmadena with the ‘Pueblo’ (Town) celebrating festivities in honor of their patron, the Virgen de la Cruz.
Obviously this is a very traditional event and many of the activities and events organised for the week may not appeal to many of our guests; however, we’ve put together a short list of – what we feel are – some of the highlights of the fair and that you might enjoy. Here goes…
- The traditional ‘Chocolatada’ which takes place every morning at 11.00am in the Plaza de España. Organised by the town hall, it’s basically free hot chocolate for everyone! Head on up there for breakfast one day and try some original Spanish hot chocolote (note: we’re not sure if the ‘churros’ are included ;-))
The 6th edition of Fuengirola’s Beer Festival starts today (3rd August) in the town’s emblematic Sohail Castle. For two weeks – until the 17th August – all who visit the Festival will enjoy the fun atmosphere of the Costa del Sol’s very own Oktoberfest.
Special marquees and tables have been set up where visitors can try typical German dishes, sample a fantastic selection of Bavarian beers and listen to live music.
The Fuengirola Beer Festival is open to the public from 7.00pm to 02.00am on week days and from 12.00pm to 02.00am at weekends.
Definitely makes for a fun night out. Are you planning to visit the Costa del Sol’s Oktoberfest?
We’re just a week away from the start of the Málaga Fair; undoubtedly the event of the year for the Costa del Sol’s capital.
Once again, anyone who visits the city during this week long festivity will be treated to a whole host of fun and entertaining activities and events. We’ve gone through the 26 page official programme for the ‘Feria’ and picked out – what we feel to be – some of the more interesting events on the calendar. Live music, bullfighting, museum exhibitions, Kids activities, Flamenco Shows are just some of the treats awaiting you!
Next week sees the start of the 54th edition of the Nerja Caves Music and Dance Festival. As we’ve come to expect, this year’s line up of artists is just as impressive as previous editions and includes guitar ‘maestro’ Manolo Sanlúcar.
The festival will take place from the 24th to the 27th July; it has been shortened to just 4 days in order to reduce its impact on the conservation and maintenance of these famous caves.