Festivals of Almuñécar & La Herradura


This is a listing of the local Festivals of Almuñécar.  Many more are celebrated and you will need to check with the tourist office for a listing of activities.

Festivals of Almuñécar & La Herradura, plus annual calendar. Read more on AlmunecarInfo.com

Festivals of Almuñécar –

More detailed information can be found here>>  Almuñécar Holiday calendar

January                Day of the Three KIngs
20 January          Fiestas de San Sebastian
Feb/March          Carnival
March/April        Semana Santa
23 June                Night of San Juan – Bonfires and Camping on the Beaches
(According to tradition, if people jump over a bonfire three times on San Juan’s
night, they will be cleansed and purified, and their problems burned away.)

18 July                  Day of the Virgen Carmen
15 August             Fiesta de la Virgen de la Antigua
29 September     Fiesta de San Miguel
October                Fiesta de la Chirimoya (Torrecuevas), Fiesta del Mar (La Herradura)

Festivals of Almuñécar - Carnaval Almunecar 2014

Holidays

Markets and Stores are usually closed on all National and possibly local holidays.
Please view our  Almuñécar Holiday calendar here.  We let you know the dates of school holidays, ferias, fiestas and more.

Almuñécar Holidays, Ferias & Fiestas (Local & National)

Looking for more things to do Almuñécar?

If this wasn’t enough for you or you want more adventurous activities, please review our full list of Things To Do in Almuñécar, including 1/2 day and full day trips from Almuñécar.
Things to do in Almunecar Spain. From Almunecar Beaches, to castles there is so much to see and do. Including local activities, day trips, outdoors, Almunecar beaches and more. Read more on www.AlmunecarInfo.com

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Heidi is passionate about travel (50+ countries) and loves experiencing the world with hubby Alan and their 2 kids. In Aug 2012, they left the “perfect American life”, quit their jobs, sold their belongings and moved to Almuñécar. She likes to share all of her favorites things about the area, as well as practical information too. You may also view their family travel blog, Wagoners Abroad, at http://wagonersabroad.com