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ANDALUSIAN CENTRE OF CONTEMPORARY ART
If you like contemporary art, then this is the place you must visit in Seville. Part of the Cartuja Monastery this centre of excellence is an educational facility with exhibitions, conferences, filsm and so much more.
Don't forget this is free admission
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Ronda
 
Ronda the city on a cliff. Spectacular is somehow not good enough to describe this amazing Andalucian city.
 
Jerez
 
Jerez will make a great impression on you.
The birthplace of flamenco and the home of the worlds greatest sherry's.
 
Sierra Nevada
 
Water ski, sun bathe on the beach and ski on perfect snow all on the same day that is Sierra Nevada.
 
Motorcycle sport: Spanish Grand Prix
28 to 30 March
 Sports Motor sports in Spain.
The Spanish Motorcycle Grand Prix, one of the events on the 2008 World Championship calendar, takes place at the Jerez circuit in the province of Cádiz.
On the first two days you can see both training sessions and classifying stages in the different categories: 125cc, 250cc and Moto GP – fixing the start grid for Sunday’s competition
 
 
Semana Santa de Granada
 Easter week in Granada
From Apr 17, 2011 to Apr 24, 2011
A wonderful, once seen never forgotten religious celebration in a great city
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Semana Santa de Cabra
 Easter Week in Cabra
From Apr 17, 2011 to Apr 24, 2011
The Easter week celebrations in Cabra (Cordoba province) are outstanding for their mass participation, with the whole town getting involved in the festivities. They are also known for the artistic wealth of the processions that can be found at almost any time of day.
 
Granada Tango Festival
4-9 March 2008
Sexy dancers galore as Granada is filled with the latest Tango Festival. Music, dance and laughter is the order of the day and night.
 
Semana Santa de Málaga
 Easter Week in Málaga
From Apr 17, 2011 to Apr 24, 2011
A beautiful procession in honour of the Virgin of the Sorrows, which takes place early Friday morning, illuminated only by the long candles of the Nazarenes is one of the many highlights of this fascinating week.
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Semana Santa de Riogordo (Málaga)
The representation of the death of Jesus Christ.
The most important event of the Easter week celebrations in Riogordo is the theatrical representation of the Passion. The dramatisation takes place on a natural stage, with space for an audience of more than 6,000 people. More than 500 amateur actors, mostly village residents, take part in this theatrical performance, that acts out the passion and death of Jesus Christ, on Good Friday and Holy Saturday. The montage lasts three hours and excels for its faithful representation of the gospel texts, its excellent setting and the realism of its scenes.
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Dates
From Apr 17, 2011 to Apr 24, 2011
Location
Riogordo (Malaga)


 
 
Fiestas inCordoba
5 Jan
Calvalcade of the Three Kings (Christmas parade)
26-28 Jan Medieval Market in Corredera Square
16-25 Feb Carnival
Apr & May National Flamenco Contest
1-8 Apr Holy Week
 
 
Tourist Offices for Andalucia
Oficina de Turismo de La Línea de la Concepción (Cádiz) Dirección: Avda/ del Ejército, Esquina 20 de abril Teléfono: 956784135 Fax: 956784136
Email: otlinea@andalucia.org
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Jerez Horse Fair
Spain's world-renowned sherry-producing town hosts the most prestigious equine heritage event in the whole of Spain, and one of the most important in Europe. Much like the Feria de Abril (Seville's April Fair), the Feria del Caballo in Jerez draws many thousands of visitors to witness the superior displays of horsemanship, bullfights and flamenco.
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Andalucia's treasure
The historic town of Antequera!

The area around Antequera, one of the most charming and historic towns in Andalucia, has in recent years seen a small–scale invasion of British house buyers, attracted by the low house prices (relative to the Costa del Sol!) and the genuinely Andalucian atmosphere of this beautiful region.
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Ten Top Places to visit in Andalucia
Andalucia is probably one of the most archetypal or stereotypical of all of the semi autonomous regions that make up Spain.
Once described as where bull fighters meet beaches, flamenco, white villages meet cave houses and all intermingled within a whole plethora of gaudy festivals!......Read More

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Seville April fair
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Royal Andalusian Horse Ballet
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From the remotest of times Andalusia has produced a special communication between Man and the Horse. This communication is best summarised by the logo of the Equestrian Art Museum which depicts a centaur and acquires the category of an EQUESTRIAN ART in the show "Cómo bailan los caballos andaluces".
Real Escuela Andaluza del Arte Ecuestre
 Recreo de las Cadenas, Avenida Duque de Abrantes, Jerez de La Frontera, Cádiz, Andalusia , Spain
 +34 956 31 96 35
info@realescuela.org
 
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