Fiestas and Ferias

Almost every town in Spain has it´s Feria or Fiesta and these are usually held around the feast day of the local Patron Saint. Lasting from two to three days, and in some cases up to ten days as in Málaga City, these are events for the whole family to enjoy and well worth visiting if you get the chance. Locals use the Feria as an excuse to dress in traditional costume and both flamenco and more modern music will be featured. Most towns have a Feria or Fair ground with tents, bars and entertainment which will form the focal point of the night time celebrations. Local Feria dates:

  • Sevilla – 2 Weeks after Easter
  • Jerez – First week in May
  • Córdoba – Last week in May
  • Marbella – Second week in June
  • Benalmádena – Last week in June
  • Estepona – First week in July
  • Málaga – Third week in August
  • Torremolinos – Last week in September
  • Fuengirola – First week in October
  • San Pedro – Third week in October

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