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Casa Olea B&B Andalucia Spain
TAPAS TASTING DINNER: New Year´s Eve in Andalucia! Looking to do something different for New Year´s Eve this year? Then head to sunny Spain for a long weekend away at Casa Olea for some tasty home-cooked tapas, wintery walks in the hills, bike rides through olive groves and cosy log fires and under-floor heating at night... Celebrate Noche Vieja (New Year´s Eve) in style with a special Tapas Tasting dinner, plus the traditional grapes and cava...
flamenco in cordoba
Football or Flamenco in June…? The World Cup kicks off in Brazil (12 Jun–13 Jul) with Spain one of the favourites to recapture their title, but if you’re keen to escape a summer football overdose , then why not head to Andalucia for an extra dreamy Mid-Summer weekend away… * FLAMENCO FIESTA - 20 to 22 June 2014 Celebrate the Summer solstice (21 June) at a unique flamenco event in the steamy streets of Cordoba, the Noche Blanca de Flamenco , a 24...
Granada Music & Dance Festival 2013
What’s On in Andalucia – Spring/Summer May signals the start of the busy spring/summer season of local ferias, cultural events and festivals in Andalucia. It is also one of the best times of year to visit the region with long, warm sunny days and balmy evenings. Read on for our favourite cultural events in Andalucia this May & June… MAY 1-5 May : Cruces de Mayo , Cordoba, with patios and squares adorned with large crosses decorated in...
The Parque Natural de la Subbética near Priego de Cordoba celebrates its 25 th anniversary in 2013 and yet remains one of Andalucia’s least visited national parks . Located at the heart of Andalucia, equidistant from the magnificent cities of Granada and Cordoba, this unspoiled mountainous region lends itself as a relaxing base for visiting these great cities, discovering local towns and white villages (eg Priego de Cordoba, Almedinilla and...
fiestas may andalucia
Cordoba’s Festival de los Patios has recently been inscribed on the UNESCO List of “Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, joining Flamenco and the Mediterranean Diet, which were added to the same list in 2010. As well as buildings and natural features, UNESCO’s list of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity encompasses cultural traditions, practices and crafts which are defined as being traditional, contemporary and living; inclusive;...