There’s no better place to celebrate the New Year than in Spain where the New Year or "Noche Vieja" is the highlight of the year.
The Spanish dress up to the nines and women wear red knickers for good luck! Around 11.30 pm everyone in Torrox heads to the Plaza de la Constitucion armed with Cava and champagne glasses and twelve grapes. At midnight the church bells strike and you are supposed to eat one of the grapes at each chime of the bells.
After the last stroke there are fireworks and the atmosphere is fantastic with plenty of opportunities to enjoy the traditional festive food and drink and have fun with the locals!
And Malaga enjoys an average of 330 days of sun each year with an average temperature of 17.4 o C in December/January so you will be able to enjoy some sunshine as well!
Day 1 : Airport transfers; buffet dinner and New Year´s Eve Party, followed by midnight celebrations and fireworks in Torrox Main Square.
Day 2 : Walk around around historic Frigiliana; dinner at Gill & Dave's finca. Day 3: Walk above Alcaucin through pine forests, with stunning views of La Maroma and the Sierras Tejeda and Almijara + opportunity to sample local cuisine and wine at an Andalucian banquet at Maria's Cortijo
Day 4: Walk to Upper Rio Chillar - walk through remote narrow gorge with spectacular views. Evening dinner at local restaurant.
Day 5: Transfer to Airport and Adios from Walk Andalucia
***If you wish to stay for extra days this can can be arranged for an accommodation cost of £35.00 per room per night***