Tag: Andalusia culture

El Ranchito Riding Club, Torremolinos

| May 31, 2012

Rhythm on horseback is a very successful horse show that has been run since 1993. Since our visitors requested it, we started offering feria del sur (southern fair) in 2000. It consists in dinner with a flamenco show that, along with ritmo a caballo make the perfect andalusian mix. Without doubt, the fifteen-year experience and the quality of the shows ensure customer satisfaction. The horse show features five different performances. Its runtime is one and a half hours, with a 10-minute interval.

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Picasso Museum Malaga

| April 3, 2012

Fascinating work by the Málaga – born artist and the beauty of the Palacio de Buenavista make  the Picasso Museum Málaga (PMM) a unique place to enjoy art and culture.

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Semana Santa in Andalucia

| November 24, 2011

While Americans and others may celebrate Easter only on a Sunday, that occasion is marked in Spain by an entire week of festivities known as Semana Santa, or Holy Week. The Holy Week festivals that take place all over the country are especially marked in Andalucia. Here, the emphasis is less on doleful repentance and more on celebration of the central figures of Christianity. Continue Reading

Cultural route in Andalusia

| November 20, 2011

For almost eight centuries, the Iberian Peninsula lived one of its most privileged moments, not only with regard to Spain, but also to Europe as a whole: the age of Moslem Spain, which the Arabs called Bilad al-Andalus. Continue Reading