Are you visiting Malaga in November? Then you may be interested in discovering the main festivities and fairs of Malaga during this month.
Events in Malaga in November
In the province there are activities all year round, we will recommend Malaga’s festivals and fairs in November:
Toston Festival in Ojen, Marbella
This traditional celebration takes place in the streets of the village of Ojen. The origin dates back to the time of chestnut harvesting, when young people ate them roasted in the countryside.
When: November 5
Where: Ojén (Map)
Rabbit Festival in Parauta
During this day, the town of Parauta promote its traditional gastronomy. Different recipes are offered with rabbit and there is also a festival with flamenco and verdiales performances.
When: 11 November
Where: Parauta (Map)
Ham Fair in Campillos
Fair with pork products, including cured ham, sausages, olive oil and other traditional products.
When: 12 November
Where: Campillos (Map)
Blues at Moonlight
Don’t be tricked by the title, this is a festival of rockabilly and American music that takes place every year in Benalmádena in mid-November.
This rockabilly music festival brings artists from different parts of the world.
When: Mid of November.
Where: Sunset Beach Hotel in Benalmadena
Mycological Days in Cortes de la Frontera
If you like mushrooms, this event is for you. It is one morning of mushroom harvesting in the forests of the area and later there is a tasting of them after cooking.
There are mushroom shows and conferences.
When: 24 to 27 November
Where: Cortes de la Frontera (Map)
Mosto Festival in Atajate
This town of great winemaking tradition celebrates the popular must festival on the last Saturday of November. Tradition has it that the families dedicated to the production of must offer a sample of their last harvest along with a dish of crumbs, typical of the area.
When: Last Saturday in November
Where: Atajate (Map)
Chanfaina Day in Totalan
The last Sunday in November takes place the day of this typical local dish, the chanfaina. During this day there are also activities, stands with local made products, dances and an exhibition of old farming tools.
When: Last Sunday in November
Where: Totalán (Map)
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