Holy week Cala del Moral


Semana Santa (Holy Week) is a significant religious holiday celebrated in Spain, including in the town of Cala del Moral, which is located on the southern coast of the country in the province of Malaga.


During Semana Santa, the streets of Cala del Moral are filled with processions, where religious brotherhoods and their followers carry large, ornate floats depicting scenes from the Passion of Christ through the town. These processions often have a solemn atmosphere and are accompanied by the sounds of traditional music played by brass bands.

The most significant events during Semana Santa in Cala del Moral take place on Maundy Thursday and Good Friday. Maundy Thursday marks the Last Supper, and Good Friday commemorates the crucifixion and death of Jesus Christ.

In addition to the religious events, Semana Santa in Cala del Moral also includes other cultural and recreational activities, such as traditional dances and music performances, sporting events, and culinary festivals. It's a time for locals and visitors alike to come together to celebrate and enjoy the holiday.


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