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The Cavalcade of the Three Wise Men

As we already know, on January 6th we celebrate Epiphany, better known as the anniversary of the historical event where three Wise Kings from the East bring gifts to the…

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It’s Christmas time in Pizarra!

“Es ya noche buena en Casa Pestiño” (trad. “It is already Christmas Eve at Casa Pestiño) sings the eponymous group of Christmas’ Flamenco during their inauguration concert for Christmas lights…

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EMPANADILLAS WITH BOROCOCO

The winter is arrived, but, here in Andalusia, it doesn’t seems. Clear skies, the sun always brightening and about 17 degrees during the day. Why don’t enjoy this good weather…

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THE ALOREÑA OLIVE

In this period, strolling around in Pizarra, you can see people picking up olives. Here, in the Guadalhorce Valley, surrounded by Sierra de la Nieve, you can find the Aloreña olive. ...
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Huesos de Santo

Today,  November 1st, is All Saints Day and, as it happens in Italy, also here in Spain it is possible to find in this period typical sweets. The “Huesos de…

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Discover Pizarra!

Imagine Spain, warm, bright and welcoming. And then go down to the south, in Andalusia, with its small white villages, placed here and there on the mountains, shining on the…

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Ruta de la Tapa @ Pizarra – A Tasty Festival

In the middle of October, between 13th and 15th, Pizarra dressed up for the XI edition of La Ruta de La Tapa (translated as: Tapas’ Route), a declared Festival of Provincial…

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Trekking at Pizarra

FOR TREKKING LOVERS AND HIKERS   On 1st of October 2017, the provincial council of Malaga inaugurated the “Subida at Santo de Pizarra” trail, a route classified as Andalusian Local Trail…

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Seafood Paella

Thinking about spanish cuisine, the first meal that comes to mind is paella but…what’s that? Where does it come from? Did you know in Andalusia is generally called arroz? Let…