The Marbella Feria, or fair, pertains to an age-old European tradition that was once widespread across the continent. One of the countries that has continued to maintain this annual festivity is Spain, where every year the calendar is dotted with the annual feasts of everything from tiny hamlets and villages to large towns and cities. In the case of Marbella, the feria that takes place from the 5th to the 11th June and represents a rather unique coming together of luxury resort glamour and authentic Andalusian tradition.
For the third year running, Nicole King of Mi Marbella TV, has brought together a gathering of Marbella residents and businesspeople to discuss important issues that affect those who are lucky enough to call Marbella their home. Held at the
At a loss for something to do in Marbella this weekend? Don't worry - Manifesto Design has it covered! We have searched for exciting, interesting and educational events that are going on this weekend and have gathered them all here for you, so you don't have to! With St. Patrick's Day on Satuday and Spanish Father's Day on Monday, there is a lot to pack in - take a look below and decide for yourself! 17TH & 18TH MARCH This Saturday and Sunday, St. Patrick’s Festival (Free admission) at Marbella’s Parque de la Constitución, (close to beach promenade and lighthouse): from 12:00 AM TO 23:30 PM. Food and bars, Rock, blues and Irish & Folk music.For children, there will be inflatable castles, painting workshops and magic amongst other activities. Great fun for all the family!
We live in a part of the world where most people feel lucky to spend two weeks a year, so we try not to take Marbella for granted, however every now and again we all need a change of pace. Luckily,