Spanish children celebrate the Epiphany on January 6th, also known as Three Kings’ Day (aka, the Wise Men).
Category: Festivals & Holidays
What’s it like to spend Christmas and the Epiphany Day in Seville, Spain? Cat Gaa fills us in on the festivities.
Mistletoe is BIG in Spain. More so than a tree. Pick some up for the holidays in one of Spain’s many outdoor markets.
Discover why traveling to Spain in low season is a really good idea!
Dia de Todos Los Santos, or All Saint’s Day, is celebrated on November 1st.
Plan a trip to the Aracena ham festival this October!
Are you ready to party like a local at Seville’s biggest bash?…
Spain always surprises, this time with a ham festival in…
Art Festival in Genal Valley, Genalguacil…
One expat writer celebrates Thanksgiving in Spain.
A local tells you the scoop on how to experience Easter Holy Week, or Semana Santa, in Seville, Spain.
Robes mended, gold crosses polished, and thousands of tall candles ready for the flame – all to be cranked up for Easter…
What is Carnival – called Carnaval in Spain – like in the small town of Tarifa in Southern Spain?
The Spanish love a good party in any shape or form. The Cabalgata de los Reyes Magos is celebrated on the 5th and 6th of January when the Wise Men arrive with gifts for Spanish children.
Huge festivals rock all over Spain. Look for the small festivals and ferias when you visit Spain in the summertime.