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15:24

What to do

A messy centuries-old celebration for carnival

JAVIER ALMELLONES

This weekend in Alozaina, and from Sunday until Tuesday in Tolox, the annual carnival celebrations take place. These two towns have a tradition which started in the nineteenth century but possibly dates back 400 years before that. In Alozaina ... ‘floured’. In Alozaina there are stories of men climbing down chimneys and removing metal window grilles in order to reach the focus of their attentions. Across the province A pagan festival to mark the beginning of Lent In the fifteenth century ... is more usual to throw talcum powder and the festival has lost its amorous overtones in both towns. From midnight on Monday and throughout Tuesday in Tolox and throughout the weekend in Alozaina, residents and visitors of both sexes will be vulnerable

16:37

What to do

A Midsummer Night's Dream takes over Alozaina

SUR IN ENGLISH

This Saturday, 10 August, from 9pm, the village of Alozaina will become the centre of a festival to celebrate local artists and creative people. With art exhibitions, live music and dancing plus a market with lots of craft stalls and activities

12:26

What to do

Potions, prints and crafts in Alozaina market

SUR in English

This year Alozaina Christmas craft market has 50 per cent more stalls than last year. Artists and artisans from the Arte y Artesanía group (created three years ago in 2015 with the first Ruta de Arte or Open Studios Art Trail) are joined by new ... although hot drinks still need to be cleared with the town hall at time of going to press. The Alozaina town hall is supporting the event which has been organised by Isabel de las Nieves, member of the Arte y Artesanía Group. During the morning,

10:54

LifeStyle

Artists' route in Alozaina impresses visitors once again

NEIL HESKETH

The hillside village of Alozaina, in the Sierra de las Nieves, hosted its Ruta de Arte (art route) once again last weekend. Some 16 artists residing or working in the village opened their homes and studios to the public on a special walking route

10:54

Local

Summer storm causes fires in Benahavís, Alozaina and Casarabonela

Mónica Pérez

The summer storm that crossed the province of Malaga on Sunday is thought to have been behind three forest fires that broke out in Benahavís, Alozaina and Casarabonela. The storm brought little rain but came charged with electricity, with ... The firefighting operation was complicated as blaze broke out in Alozaina and Casarabonela at around the same time. Both of these fires however were extinguished by 7pm. Meanwhile the Benahavís blaze was described as "stabilised" at 10pm on Sunday

17:02

Sport

Top cyclists kick off their tour of Spain on the Costa del Sol

MARINA RIVAS

...de Ardales (km. 136.3). This is the first full day of the Vuelta, and the first uphill section of the race. Leaving from Marbella's Bulevar Príncipe Alfonso de Hohenlohe at 1.25pm, the cyclists will pass through Coín, Alozaina, Zalea, Pizarra, Álora, El ... 12.50pm in Calle La Noria, in Mijas. It is nearly 180 kilometres in length and will pass through Mijas, Marbella (and San Pedro Alcántara), Ronda, El Burgo, Yunquera, Alozaina, Coín, Mijas again, Benalmádena, Torremolinos and then finish in Alhaurín

09:44

Sport

Malaga helps get La Vuelta off the line

Daryl Finch

...roads I train on every day, I knew it would be an opportunity to claim the jersey." This stage, which left from the Golden Mile in Marbella, snaked up through Coín, Alozaina, Zalea, Pizarra, Álora and El Chorro, before a finish at the impressive

12:07

Local

A passionate reason to grow a beard

Jennie Rhodes riogordo

...advance. Other plays:You can see other Passion plays in several villages including Istán, Alhaurín el Grande, Casarabonela, Cajiz and Alozaina. “I’m normally cropped and clean-shaven,” says Stephen Bishop, 63, a former transport planner from