Costa Tropical: Medieval Market in Almunecar

Popular tourist attraction: Stalls were set up along the promenade.CREDIT: Ayuntamiento Almunecar

AROUND 20,000 people visited the Medieval Market in Almunecar since its opening to the public on the Paseo de San Cristóbal. The event has been a popular tourist attraction for visitors and neighbors who arrived in the municipality of Sexitano where fifty stalls were set up along the promenade in front of the Almunecar Playa hotel.

Among the participants were almost a dozen merchants, groups and local artisans also wearing medieval costumes.  

The Medieval Market offered, in addition to tastings and samples, numerous and different attractions for all ages, from falconry, through games and crafts among others. Not forgetting the children’s attractions and popular games, Arabic dance and magic that was incorporated on Saturday and Sunday.


From Friday, until late Saturday night, hundreds of people also visited the International Market in the Plaza de la Constitución which offered typical products from various countries, including mulled wine, gingerbread cookies and pastries.

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