If you visit Malaga during Easter Week you’ll soon become aware of the many processions that happen in the city. Young and old alike throng the city waiting patiently for processions to pass. They happen in the middle of the day, they happen at night. You can be walking down a road after dinner when you’ll hear drumming or a brass band in the distance and suddenly your way is blocked for the next ten minutes.

It’s amazing to see. Be prepared to take your time and take detours if you visit around Easter. 🙂


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A visit to Malaga during Easter Week

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Reading a book on The Matthew
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Reading a book on The Matthew

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Sunset at Glencolmcille
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Sunset at Glencolmcille

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The view from Mirador Del Rio Scenic Road
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The view from near Mirador Del Rio

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Duck Family at the Atlantic Pond
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The Duck Family at the Atlantic Pond

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Malaga Roman theatre
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Malaga Roman Theatre

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Hotel Swimming Pool
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Hotel Swimming Pool

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Malaga Sunrise
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Malaga Sunrise

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Man with dog
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Man with dog

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Minard Castle

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An Chonair

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Old Church Milltown

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