Sweets, parties, lights, markets lots and lots of poinsettias and a huge parade in January.  The Spanish Christmas is lovely, low key and family oriented but with all the magic that Christmas is supposed to envoke.


Year after year, each and every village has their own parades while the large capital cities have week long celebrations and attract thousands of people from far and wide. You may be lucky enough to see one of the villages re-enact the last hours of Christ's life.


Winter and Spring provide a perfect climate for a walking holiday in Andalucia, Spain. Discover the dramatic landscapes of Andalucia - from rocky coastlines, through blossom filled almond groves up into olive groves and out into the alpine mountains. A walking holiday provides a healthy, memorable and great value holiday which will keep the whole family occupied.....[more...]

Andalucians are very Catholic and love a good party. This means that many Saint's Days and religious festivals are marked throughout the region with processions and street parties. One of the most spectacular, outside of Easter week, is the El Rocio Pilgrimage which is held on the Thursday before Whit Sunday and starts in the Triana quarter of Sevilla.....[more...]

COIN has once again hosted the SACAB horse festival, which brought more than 15,000 people to the town to see the best of the equine world.....[more...]