The best Late summer and early autumn Christians festivals celebrated in Andalucia

In Andalucia, you can enjoy a party every day. People of Andalucia celebrate many festivals every month. More than 3000 fiestas are celebrated in Andalucia every year including pilgrimages, fairs, carnivals, mock battles between Moors and Christians. They also enjoy the religious processions throughout the different communities of the region.

Each village and town has its peculiar patron saint and yearly procession. If you want to know about the Andalusians, you should take part in their fascinating traditional festivals. The local festivals give you a chance to enjoy a splendid show. Not only the local people enjoy and celebrate but visitors also who had come from afar admire and enjoy. Anyone who has visited the Costa del Sol and has not taken part in the fairs and festivals of Andalucia has missed a chance to live.

The first Andalucian festival takes place in Seville in April each year and the last one is celebrated in San Pedro de Alcantara in mid-October. During the festivals, the streets are decked up. Tables and chairs are set where people serve food and drink in the street with loud music in every corner. People of all ages take part in the festivals and they sing and dance. There is fun all around with rides for the children, live music and entertainment and a bar to mark the occasion.

Another important festival is celebrated in the town of Mojacar. The festival commemorates the events that took place during the reconquest of the town by the Catholic Monarchs. These festivals are celebrated in the middle of June. Some of the activities that place during the festival include street parades, dramas, dancing, concerts, fireworks, etc. The great parade with formal costumes and armaments along with band marks the ending.

The San Barnabe festival is celebrated on June 11th in Marbella. The city pays tribute to the patron saint. It is a week long festival. On the Monday night of San, Bernabe people go to the beach at the El Fuerte villa spain to see the fireworks show before diving into a full-scale fiesta the next day. The festival is full of color, traditions, and culture. You can enjoy food, drink, dancing, and entertainment.

Noche de San Juan is celebrated on June 23rd in Costa del Sol and it is considered at the most magical nights of the Andalucía year. The traditional pagan festival celebrates the longest day of the year, the summer solstice. Many bonfires are built on the beaches along Marbella and all over the Costa del Sol to symbolize the purification of the spirit.

The Moors and Christians festivals are popular in the provinces of Granada and Almeria. The festivals are held on different dates in different villages, towns, and cities. These festivals commemorate the period when the Christians drove the Moors out of Spain. Mock battles take place, people drink, play bands, live music and enjoy. Streets are decked beautifully in a medieval style and colorful replica uniforms are worn by locals who represent both sides of the conflict. You can experience a real Spanish tradition and culture through these Moors and Christian festival.