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Summer Festivals in Granada & Jaen
20 July 2017 @ 12:09

 

Summertime in Alcala La Real Alpujarras & Granada

Over the summertime there are lots of Special Activities to enjoy.

Here are a few of the lesser known ones on now and over the next month

  • ETNOSUR

This FREE festival in Alcala La Real takes place 21st, 22nd & 23rd July. The line up includes Youssou N´Dour as well as lots of other concerts, craft markets, outdoor activities and workshops. If you are in Granada, Jaen or thereabouts it´s worth checking out. This is the 21st Edition of this diverse ethnic event.

  •  Alpujarra Theatre Festival

Laroles holds the third Edition of Me Vuelves Lorca. This years line up has Improvisation, Jazz Music, Rock Concerts as well as Theatre. On Fridays and Saturdays in July and August.

Check out more details on this article > Alpujarra Theatre Festival

Laroles is close to Roquetas de Mar and a short drive from Guadix.

  • Summer Nights at the Fortress

Alcala La Real has summer activities called Veladas de La Frontera. Organized by TU HISTORIA these evenings have guided tours at Fortaleza de la Mota. Spooky nighttime tours, medieval markets and murder mystery evenings. On weekends throughout July and August.

Find out more here> Summer Nights in Alcala La Real

 

  • Flamenco at the Alhambra

From now until 26th August at the Generalife theatre in the Alhambra palace grounds the OH CUBA performance is on. With 2 x1 tickets mid week this is a great way to enjoy being inside the palace on a summer evening. The show is at 10pm and combines classic Flamenco with cuban influences.

 

Wherever you are in Spain this Summer

Enjoy it

 

Molly

@piccavey



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