This bank-holiday weekend sees the Mercadillo Medieval, which will run until Monday between 11.00h and 22.00h each day.
Whilst the people in Almuñécar and La Herradura might be tempted to go up into the hills for the romeria, folks in Salobreña have the market in the park.
Located in the Exhibition room of La Herradura’s Civic Centre, the exhibition is called I Reunión de Artistas Plásticos and will culminate tomorrow with each of the artists donating one of their pieces to the village
From Friday the 21st to Sunday the 23rd, La Herradura held a handicraft, street market along Calle Príncipe.
The XV edición de la Hecho en la Alpujarra (15th Made in the Alpujarra festival), which was held at the beginning of April in Órgiva, pulled in thousands of curious visitors.
We went along to the Senegalese party, which was held in the marquee on Plaza de Kuwait on the 11th of December. It was packed. There was live music – some of the ethnic instruments used were amazing! There were also stalls selling all kinds of Senegalese handicraft; everything from paintings, carved figures and traditional clothing to samples of Senegalese sweetmeats etc.