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Springtime Visit to Andalusia
08 February 2018 @ 16:41

February, March & April in Andalusia

With Springtime getting closer although its quite cold across Andalusia at the moment, I look ahead to Easter and the coming weeks.

In Granada the Alhambra palace is getting busy as the reservations are made for the peak months of March and April.

Easter comes in March this year so just over 6 or so weeks to go now. Seville is one of the most famous Semana Santas in Spain, yet cities like Cordoba Granada and Antequera also have lots of processions and traditions that are worth looking at.

More details here:

Strawberries Blueberries and Raspberries are in Season in Huelva, this province of the very edge of Andalusia neighbours with Portugal. 

Huelva has amazing seafood and Iberian Ham too. 

Find out more about this lesser known region of Spain

Foodie Tour with Granada produce

If you are a foodie fan, there is a new route in Granada to learn about Local products in the Granada province. Spain Food Sherpas are based in Malaga and offer cooking classes and routes in the city. They have now extended their tours to cover Granada too.

The tour is every day at 11am and 6pm for small groups in the Historic part of Granada.

Find out more about their Taste of Granada tour here:

Granada in April

Every year Granada celebrates its white night of culture. The date for this years edition has been announced so you can set the date in your diary. 

Lots of street activities and cultural events worth looking into. Most are free of charge.

All the details here:

Wherever you are planning to visit this Spring, Enjoy it




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