Día de Andalucía February 28

The Día de Andalucía is a holiday celebrated in southern Spain.  You will find many local events to keep you entertained and quite often there will be free access to some of the cultural sites.

The Día de Andalucía is a holiday celebrated in southern Spain, with cultural events and celebrations. Often with free access to some of the cultural sites, Almuñécar. Read more on Almunecarinfo.com

What is Día de Andalucía?

The Día de Andalucía is celebrated on February 28 because on this day in 1980 there was a referendum.  This is the day the Andalusian electorate voted and made Andalucia an autonomous community of Spain.  This afforded them full powers and their own government.

This is a day when the flag of Andalucía is flown high in town and sometimes from homes and balconies. Read more about the flag.

Flag of Andalucía

When is Día de Andalucía?

February 28th

Map of Andalucía

Andalucía consists of the provinces of Almería, Cádiz, Cordoba, Granada, Huelva, Jaén, Malaga, & Seville.


Celebrations on Día de Andalucía?

There are celebrations in each province and just about every town, big and small.  Many cultural events take place and often historical sites may be open to the public for free.  In Malaga it is a “white week”, so school is out all week.  In Costa Tropical, it is a holiday on the day.  Most of the main stores, shops, and businesses will be closed, excluding restaurants.

Almuñécar Program 2021

There will likely be no public celebrations in 2021 due to covid restrictions.  The day will still be observed and because it falls on a Sunday, public schools and some stores will be closed on Monday, March 1st.

You can get a feel for the “normal” programming from last years schedule.  It is only meant to give you an idea of how it is usually celebrated locally.

Almuñécar Program 2020

2020 agenda dia de andalucia

Photo from the town cultural agenda

February 28

  • 12:00 Marching Band Performance (Starting at the Church of the Incarnation and ending at the Roundabout Andalucia)
    Route:  Atrio de la Iglesia, Casa de la Cultura, Avenida Andalucia, Calle Sevilla, Calle Almeria, Plaza de los Magnolios, Calle Granada, Plaza Antonio Gala, Calle Malaga, Plaza Madrid, Rotonda Andalucia.  Click here to see local plazas.
  • 13:00 Tribute to the flag of Andalusia.
    It is held at the main roundabout on Avenida Juan Carlos I.  With a walk and performance by the Municipal Marching Band of Almuñécar.
  • 20:00 Concert
    In honor of Our Lady of the Incarnation, located at the Church of the Incarnation.

Some cultural attractions are free or have guided visits as well.  As soon as the detailed program is released, we will inform you here.

More Things To Do in 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

Organized Tours

If you are heading to the bigger cities of Granada or Málaga check out these great tours.  There are also many for you to enjoy from being active on walking or biking tour, to enjoying a food or wine tour.  There is so much to do and many great offers for you. Click here to see their latest Deals!


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Heidi is passionate about travel (50+ countries) and loves experiencing the world with husband and their 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 https://wagonersabroad.com

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