Events Calendar in Malaga: September 2014

The month of September in the province brings the traditional fairs and harvest festivals, slightly milder temperatures – and especially – empty beaches!

Who wants to continue enjoying many weeks of summer ahead, can delight in all the pleasant things the Costa del Sol has to offer but without the tourist avalanche of high season. In addition, prices for car hire at Malaga Airport drop considerably.

The Costa del Sol in September – an utterly sunny choice! To go along with, here is our Events Calendar:

 

Fuengirola

 

Beer Festival until September 7

fiesta_de_la_cervezaIf you want to enjoy a good beer in a unique setting, you can stroll along the promenade of Fuengirola until you reach the hill of Sohail Castle, a 11th century Arab fortress and enjoy the sunset and the starry sky by the sea with the best Bavarian beer, typical German dishes and live music of a professional orchestra, emulating the famous Munich Oktoberfest.

Every day from 7 pm to 2 am; Sundays from 12 midday.

How to get there: https://goo.gl/maps/yVBnH

 

 

Play Fest from September 11 to 13

PlayFestFestival of Music, Animation and Video Games. For fans of the world of animation and video games, there will be a comprehensive program including a symphony concert in the unmatched auditorium by the sea and under the night sky of Sohail Castle on Saturday 13, at 10 pm.

http://playfest.es
http://playfest.es/programa

How to get there: https://goo.gl/maps/yVBnH

 

 

Guaro

 

Festival de la Luna Mora from September 5 to 13

Luna MoraThe White Village of Guaro, picturesquely situated 350 meters above sea level in the natural setting of Sierra de las Nieves, hosts for more than 15 years this unique event:

An invitation to relive the past of Al-Andalus, where the coexistence between Arabs, Christians and Jews was a reality.

For two weekends, thousands of visitors enjoy an Arab souk with great food, music, crafts, storytelling and workshops in the winding streets of the village, illuminated by the light of thousands of candles.

http://www.lunamoraguaro.es/programacion.php

How to get there: http://bit.ly/c86l9n

 

Manilva

 

Harvest Festival September 6 and 7

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The fertile lands of Estepona and Manilva until recently were dedicated to the cultivation of the vine, before disappearing under concrete.

This wine tradition, whose protagonist is the grape, is celebrated in Calle Mar, where visitors can taste the first wine of the season (Mosto).

How to get there: https://goo.gl/maps/NAE69

 

 

 

 

Torremolinos

 

San Miguel Fair from 25 to 29 September

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The Fair of Torremolinos is also one of the best known of the province; especially for its impressive Pilgrimage, one of the largest in Andalusia where thousands of people pilgrimage to the Hermitage of San Miguel, with adorned bullock carts and horses.

 

 

Marbella

 

abu simbelExhibition “Abu Simbel Temple, the treasure of the gods” until September 21

If you do not have time to travel to Egypt to see personally the great temple of Abu Simbel, you have the opportunity to visit a replica in the Congress Centre Marbella, until September 21. The opening hours are Mondays to Fridays from 4 pm to 12 am and on weekends from 11 am to 2 pm and 6 pm to 12 am.

How to get there: https://goo.gl/maps/wrUOw

 

 

Maro (Nerja)

 

Maravillas Fair September 8

For a day takes place in the streets of this coastal town this celebration to honour the Virgen de las Maravillas, with verbenas, a procession and fireworks.

How to get there: https://goo.gl/maps/bRvay

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