This afternoon we went to the Zoco Andalusi which has been going on all weekend in Huétor Tájar. This is a fair and market with a mediaeval theme. The main square and town centre were filled with bright stalls selling all sorts of crafts and traditional foods. There were bars offering traditional tapas, a falconry display and a live band. Most of the stallholders and some of the public dressed in mediaeval or Arabic clothes. Remember that in medieval times this land was under the control of the Moors. The atmosphere was relaxed and happy and the streets bustling and colourful. A very well organised event.
I hope you like Digby’s photos. The seated women was doing Tarot readings so perhaps she was passing bad news to the woman with pram. You can click on the photos to see larger images.