What to see and visit in Malaga?
- Andalucia's day: February 28th.
- Carnival: end of February.
- Holy Week: the whole province lives Holy Week very deeply.
- Cross of Juanes: May 3. You climb the mountain where the cross is located, a historical symbol of the city.
- Feast of the Crosses: in May, as in Córdoba and Granada, the streets, patios, squares are filled with flower crosses, small altars and there are competitions.
- San Isidro Fair: between May and June, in the neighborhood of Churriana from Malaga. Pilgrimage to the hermitage of the saint.
Rescued day: June 7th. On Carihuela Beach (inTorremolinos), is celebrated on Pescaíto Day, where everyone who wants can eat all the fried fish they want
- Saint Barnabas: 1st week of June in Marbella. June 11 is the most important festival, the day of the Catholic Monarchs is celebrated (bulls, performances ...).
- Corpus Christi: June. Flower carpets are made through the streets of the city, the streets, the balconies are adorned ...
- San Juan: June 24, the night of the 23rd the festival of San Juan is celebrated, the entrance of the summer solstice: bonfires on the beaches, which they call Juas, fires, dancing ... The most important Juá is the Parque del West.
- Santa Paula and San Ciriaco: June 18, in Malaga celebrate the feast of the patrons of the city
- Virgin of Carmen: July 16, she is the patron saint of fishermen, so there are usually processions through the historic district, the Perchel district and the Port where they take the virgin by boat and return to the church.
- Fair of the Port of the Tower: it is celebrated between June and July in this Malaga neighborhood.
- Assumption Day: August 15th.
- Malaga's carnival: from August 11 to 20. Booths, fish, ham, fino, flamenco, bulls, performances ...
- Our Mrs. de la Victoria: September 8, parade of the Virgen del Carmen through the historic center.
- Columbus Day or Pilar Day: October 12 °. National holiday.
- San Pedro Fair: October 19 in San Pedro de Alcántara. It lasts a week. Booths, performances, masses, fish, ham, fino, flamenco, bulls ...
- Innocent saints: December 28, inMalaga they celebrate the day of the Verdiales, in the mountains, which surround Malaga.
- All Saints: November 1, in Marbella. They go out to the field and celebrate the Tostón day, in which they eat roasted chestnuts and drink brandy.
- Pilgrimages: each town has its pilgrimage, in which they go to the hermitage of their patron
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