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Unlike most Spaniards, who focus their religious fervour on the Virgin Mary, the gypsies have always identified closely with Jesus, because, like them, he was a wanderer and had to rely on whatever pickings he could find, as he made his way through the world.

The “Romería Nacional de los Gitanos”, or National Gypsy Pilgrimage” traditionally takes place the third Sunday in June and attracts not only gypsies, but also “gachos” (non-gypsies). In fact, this event which was founded in 1969 by Jose Córdoba Reyes, draws participants from across Andalucia.

If you are considering visiting Estepona you may be interested to find the weather in Estepona

A guide to Whats on in Andalucia. Actually there is no fully comprehensive guide to every event, concert, exhibition held in Andalucia. There are so many events it is not posible to keep it up to date. Below we offer you a selection of links to help you search for an event that is of interest to you and in a location near you.

The Solheim Cup, the most important on the international women's calendar, takes place every two years and in 2023 it will be held from 18 to 24 September on the courses at Finca Cortesín in Casares. The Sondheim cup is the womens equivalent of the mens Ryder Cup where USA and EU teams compete.

At Andalucia.com we are continually updating page with up to date into as well as adding new pages. Here is a list of the latest pages to be updated or created.

A round up of news items of interest to visitors and residents of Sotogrande for 2021. .Latest items added to the top, older items archived for resarch interest.

Looking for adventure? Make a bee line for the Zip lines in Andalucia. They can be found at Alhaurin el Grande, Sanlúcar de Guadiana, Castillo de las Guardas, Comares, Elviria, Marbella and Fuengirola.

We received an email from one of our readers, Cheryl Jessop asking if Semana Santa would still go ahead. We replied "As far as we know the Feria is still planned to go ahead. Of course it will depend on events over the next month, but we do not hear any talk of cancellations in local media or social media." We had received several similar emails of the previous week so set up a Coronavirus page to advise tourists of the normality in Andalucia. Things changed very fast over the next few days

Updated statistics and overview on the number of confirmed cases and positive tests in Andalucia. statistics updated daily.

In 2019 Andalucia received 12.1 million international tourists. 3.4% up on 2018. There has been consistent growth since 2010. International tourists means country of residence not Spain and whose main visit is to Andalucia). These figures would place Andalucia (if a country) about 25th in a world league of foreign tourist arrivals.

The Blue Flag Campaign started in 1987 and is now is a voluntary eco-label awarded to over 4000 beaches and marinas in 48 countries across Europe, South Africa, Morocco, Tunisia, New Zealand, Brazil, Canada, Jordan, UAE and the Caribbean. Recently the Blue Flag Programme has expanded to offer awards for individual boaters and whale-watching boats.