Maroween postponed

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It’s STILL the east of Málaga’s scariest time of the year! 

We’ve just been informed by Nerja council that because of the rain forecast for this Wednesday, they have had to reluctantly postpone MAROWEEN until Saturday the 3rd of November. However, we’ve been assured that the same schedule of events will be kept. So, see below the revised timing –


Saturday, November 3:

5.00 p.m. – traditional craft and gastronomy street market on Calle Real, the town brass band parade, the scary makeup workshop and Halloween children’s show.

7:00 p.m. – traditional roasted chestnuts and sweet potatoes will be tasted

8:00 p.m. – the passage of the Horrors will take place in Maro’s Salón de Usos Múltiples building.

Afterwards there is music provided by two local groups – Arte Medusa and Mandarina Project.

Sunday, November 4:

6:00 p.m. – “The ouija, a portal to ourselves” is the title of an activity at the Al Andalus Hotel, Maro, in which the terrifying agenda of Maroween will be closed, with the participation of Nerja Parapsychology Research Teams and TCI Spain!

A Nerja – Maro – Nerja bus service will be available from 5:00 p.m. until 2:00 p.m. The stops will be those of the urban bus, and in Maro at the entrance to the town.

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I worked in this glorious part of Spain for over 11 years – from hosting a local radio programme to founding both a magazine and newspaper for English speakers in the region. Always the aim was to give people a better insight into the fascinating eastern Málaga region, something that, along with my wife Julie, we now aim to continue with our website.

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