Spanish courses in Malaga Spain
- The Spanish Film Festival of Málaga: (From 20th to 27th April, 2013) Officially referred to as “Festival de Málaga Cine Español “(FMCE), is a representative view on cinema that has been taking place every year since 1998 in Malaga, Spain.
In addition to debut performances of the most relevant Spanish film productions of the the year, the best films of the year are awarded honor prizes. The main award is the Jasmine Flower “Biznaga de Oro”.
The Easter Week (Semana Santa): (From 24th to 31st March, 2013)
In spring, the streets of the historical-artistic centre of Malaga are filled by huge processions.
Religious sculptures that represent Christ’s passion in true art works are carried through the streets on decorated thrones, and tens of thousands of people from Malaga and everywhere accompany them day and night.
St. John’s Night: (Night of June 23rd, 2013 around 12 o’clock midnight)
The magic St. John’s Night, a great fusion of tradition, expectations, bonfires and fiesta.
St. John’s Fiesta in Málaga is a lot more than a special night, both on all the beaches and in all the urban quarters.
The Fair of Malaga: (From 17th to 24th August, for children already on 15th August)In the second half of August, Malaga celebrates a fiesta to commemorate the town’s conquest by the Catholic King and Queen.
The ‘Feria’ (Fair) is a popular celebration lasting 8 days involving the whole town, whatever age: children, young and not so young people participate, and even all the foreigners feel ‘at home’. The showy flamenco suits, the sound of "malagueñas" and "verdiales" (the folklore dances of this province) and Malaga’s cool wine flood the streets with bursting merriment during all these vibrating days of the so-called “Fair of Southern Europe.”
The Fair of Malaga starts with an impressing light and sound spectacle of 30 minutes’ fireworks that are synchronized with classical music and let the thousands of people who are waiting in the Central Park and the harbour know that the Fair is being inaugurated. The next day (Saturday) and the following eight days, Malaga – downtown is celebrating an endless fiesta with shows on all its squares, fiestas and music in all its streets. You can see hundreds of people in their typically Andalusian outfit, brightening the streets with color and contributing to the spectacular sight to the visitor who will feel like being among friends and invited to actively join the ‘fiesta’.
You can also admire the horse parades where jockeys present spectacular Andalusian horses showing elegant steps. At night, an amply organised bus transport system takes you to the fair in the outskirts, called "El Real de la Feria".
In one of the more than 200 ‘casetas’– dance halls, you can have a glass of Malaga wine, while you listen and watch a ‘Malagueña’ or ‘Sevillana’ folklore dance of this region, and if you are up to it, join the dance. You can enjoy first class shows for free in the official town hall – ‘caseta oficial’, and later go on one of the numerous roundabouts in the ‘Devil’s Street’ (calle del diablo). During all these days you have two main points of entertainment: in the morning and during the day downtown, and at night on the Fair, both events, where all visitors no matter whether from here or not, are invited to wine and beautiful dances.
If you find some time to sleep, take the chance, for the fiesta is to be continued....