What to do in Andalusia
Flamenco Spring Fair (Feria)
It´s always held in spring, and always after Easter. 5 days of dancing, drinking, eating and socialising. From Thursday to Monday, from midday until the early hours of the morning. Women wearing Flamenco dresses, carriages and horseriders riding around the avenues of the fairground, the popular dance of Sevillanas in every stand, the Sherry wine... a combination of all of these is our Spring Fair.
It is the most dazzling carnival town in Spain, famous for its amusing and creative characters and satirical song groups. Groups and associations throughout the city spend the entire year preparing for the carnival. Such dedication deserves more than just a weekend, the celebration going for at least 10 days!
Moto GP is the premier motorcycling championship in the world with a season that includes 18 Grand Prix in 16 countries. The Spanish Grand Prix at the Jerez Circuit is one of them. the Jerez Motorcycle Grand Prix is held always in Spring, between April and May every year.
Every year, Andalusia gets ready to convert its streets and squares into the stage for a representation which is always the same, yet always different. From Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday, the people go out on the street in their Sunday best to celebrate the Passion, amidst the traditional religious fervoursand Processions of elaborately decorated floats with Jesus and Mary images. It is an amazing experience, and a great time to come to Andalucia.
SUN & BEACH
Kilometres of coastline with one common factor: the Sun. You will find a succession of beaches ( unspoil beaches ), cliffs, salt marshes teeming with wildlife and a little-known underwater world waiting to be discovered. Golden sand beaches where you can enjoy your holiday. Spacious beaches, tourism infrastructures and clear waters…Perfect areas for windsurfing and fishing.
To cool down from the heat there is nothing more refreshing than cristal-blue water of the Atlantic ocean. It would not be any warmer than 20°C in the summer, but neither any colder than 12°C in the winter.