The Costa del Sol is set to go ahead with its annual carnival this year and its most popular municipalities are currently beginning their preparations.
The coastal towns preparing for the carnival include Mijas, Nerja, and Marbella.
It was uncertain as to whether the event was going to go ahead since the COVID-19 pandemic has seen the cancellation of many events.
However, with restrictions easing in many countries and things beginning to open back up again, the Costa del Sol carnival is set to return this year.
The number of tourists visiting the Costa del Sol has improved the number of COVID-19 cases has stabilised.
This means hotels can look forward to improved occupancy rates from next month onwards.
The Andalucian regional government made announcements that the traditional Easter carnival will definitely take place.
The news has excited residents and tourists alike as they have missed out on the last two traditional carnivals due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The coastal towns have begun their preparations and these include Marbella, Nerja, and Mijas as well as inland municipalities like Tolox and Alhaurín el Grande.
In the past few days, the Malaga capital has confirmed they will be launching a series of gastronomic previews at this year’s Warm Winter Festive.
These previews are set to go ahead early next month. Most of the towns are focusing on bringing back the tradition by the 28th of February, feeling it is a key focal point for 2022.