Between 23 and 24 June, the mustaches of San Juan (the júas) are burned, dolls that various local associations make and that ridicule well-known local and national characters, and that are destined to be burned at the stake. On the night of the 23rd, the match is held and only the winner is saved from burning, only until the next night. The people of Estepona gather on the beach at midnight to get wet feet and touch the water, which according to tradition gives happiness all year round.

Virgin of Carmen

On July 16, the maritime procession is celebrated, by land and by sea, in honor of Our Lady of Carmen, patron saint of Estepona. The procession, one of the most deeply rooted traditions in Estepona, departs from the church of Our Lady of Carmen and continues along...

Art in Estepona

Art in Estepona

On Monday December 16 the 'Habbility' art exhibition starts at the Exhibition and Congress Palace in Estepona. Recognized artists will participate internationally in this exhibition, which will remain open to the public until January 3. Among the makers who will...

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