Málaga invites, from the 11.08. to 19.08.2017
Malaga Feria 2018 - one of the oldest european festivals
Malaga Feria - The Feria de Málaga takes place in 2 main locations. the primary is the centre, wherever you'll get pleasure from the fair throughout the day. Malaga’s old town hosts an intense week of song and fashionable dances, stands with music and diversion, and also the finest local food.
The other site, called El Real Cortijo de Torres, is found on the outskirts of the city, where you'll be able to party well into the night at the Malaga Feria. All manner of various associations, societies, and groups have their own non-public tents, that are unengaged to access, where you can eat, drink, dance and celebrate. This site additionally puts on spectacular equestrian shows, and has a region for teenagers with discos, furthermore a variety of rides and attractions.
Malaga Feria is an exuberant week-long street party with plenty of flamenco and ‘fino'(sherry).The fair commemorates the re-conquest of the city by Isabella and Ferdinand in 1487. This castanet-clicking fiesta starts off with a bang, literally, with an impressive firework display in the park which can be seen for miles around.
The next day the people take to the streets, the women in flouncy flamenco dresses, to dance, drink and, generally, make merry. The traditional dance of Andalucia is called ‘Sevillanas’ comprising four distinct dances with plenty of finger-clicking, foot-stomping and, above all, feeling. This is where ‘dancing in the street’ can be appreciated spontaneously ‘en vida’ which is really the only way Spanish dancing should be performed.
Experience this unique Feria Malaga 2017 and enjoy the friendly people, the cultures and traditions.