What's On In Vélez

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Spring Flamenco Nights in Velez-Malaga

Spring is in the air. And like the first green shoots or the blossom on the trees, Flamenco Abierto is back from its winter break. So if you’re in...…

What’s On in February

Are you ready to party? February in the Axarquia means one thing: Carnival time. Besides the parades of pre-Lent parties there are art exhibitions, runs, weekly tours of Velez...…

Prisca Sinay Exhibition – Contra Viento y Marea

From 23rd January to 27th February, the Sala El Posito in Velez-Malaga will host Contra Viento y Marea, an exhibition of works from multidisciplinary artist, Prisca Sinay. The opening will...…

What’s On in December

The year in the Axarquia ends pretty much as it started: with a big bang. And from markets and winter food festivals to local carol concerts and festive flamenco,...…

40th Juan Breva Flamenco Festival

What? The 40th Juan Breva Flamenco Festival Why go? Whether for the flamenco curious or the full-blown aficionado, the region’s main annual flamenco event is not to be missed....…

November Flamenco in Velez

November’s Flamenco programme in Velez-Malaga is drawing to a close – after another month of amazing song, dance and guitar. Hot on the heels of spectacular performances from El Chato...…

What’s On in November

After the frantic pace of late summer and early autumn in Velez-Malaga, things slow down a little during November and December. However, there are still plenty of exhibitions to...…

Flamenco Abierto Presents… José Valencia

It’s been a pretty special few months for fans of flamenco in the Axarquia. Back in the summer the likes of Diego Carrasco & Family and Jorge Pardo performed...…

October Flamenco in Velez

Ruben Portillo and the Flamenco Abierto crowd are back with a big bang this month. And we can’t tell you how pleased we are to see them… What is...…

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Setas con Jamon. 🍽😊 LUNCH TIME 😚🇪🇸
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Velez is a town of little palaces. 🌞🛌
This is one of my favourites, gorgeous inside and out. 😍 And it
Vino de terreno or vino de Malaga is produced throughout Malaga province.🥂 The vines are kept short to make the most of every drop of water so the grapes are as juicy as possible in fairly arid conditions.🍇
This guy was pruning his vines this morning and very cheery he was too. ☺🍃🌱
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