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Feria de Abril

During a week in April, traditionally the second or third one after Easter, the local girls change their usual dress to the flamenco dress and traditional bars to the booths of the Feria de Abril. A week that includes the singing and dancing of sevillanas (typical regional dance) along with horseback riding and travelling by carriage.

After work hours, it is common that colleagues come together or meet at the party, enjoying the "casetas" with typical products of the land, such as the popular "vino fino"(fine wine) or "manzanilla". You can enjoy it accompanied with the famous "Andalusian Gazpacho" (a cold tomato soup and vegetables) or some olive appetisers.