The cultural agenda for February in Salobreña has something for everybody; kiddies and adults: concerts, plays, cinema, conferences and more.
Here are a handful of cultural events in Almuñécar from today to the end of January; art exhibitions, jazz, flamenco, tango, classical music and ballet.
The dance group Sabor Andaluz were the opening act at the I Charity Festival in favour of the Asociación Española Contra el Cáncer.
After the success and critical acclaim for their two previous shjows, “Girls of the Patio” and “Romeo and Juliet,” Maria Gomez takes on the Tale of Aladdin
The complete – although short – cultural agenda for May in Almuñécar and La Herradura, including Flamenco, classical music, plays and exhibitions.
It was back in 1951 when Venta Luciano started to take shape. In those days it was just an inn but they started holding verbenas (open-air dances) at Christmas, etc.
‘Corners’ is a pretty bad translation of rincones in this case but ‘nooks and crannies’ is a little unwieldy.
Rafa from Chiringuito El Tesorillo, on the beach of that name in Almuñécar, has five music evenings a week planned from June on.