Transfers from Malaga Airport to Conil de la Frontera

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History of Conil de la Frontera

 Conil de la Frontera has a Phoenician origin, although there were already remains in the area since prehistoric times. Because the Phoenicians put their traps and fisheries here. 

 The name of Conil derives from the tribe of the Conians, who were a Tartessian civilisation from the 9th to 6th centuries BC. 

 Later the Romans conquered the area and it then acquired great splendour and grandeur as it formed part of the Via Herculaneum and linked the cities of Malaga and Cadiz. 

 It was then sacked by the Visigoths, the Byzantines and the Vandals, until the arrival of the Muslims in 711.

 In 1265, due to the Reconquest, the name “de la Frontera” was added to it. Because it was part of the border that separated Muslim and Christian territories. 

 From 1299 it was called Torre de Guzmán because King Fernando IV of Castile gave it to Alonso Pérez de Guzmán, Conil, to repopulate and strengthen it, collaborating in its new rise. 

 The almadrabas always served the inhabitants as the basis of their economy. 

 In the 17th century, Conil became an economic enclave of the surrounding area. But from the following century the almadrabas began to decline, but then agriculture and livestock farming began to flourish. 

 Certain disputes between nobles and the Napoleonic invasion caused the popularity of the town to fall in the 19th century. During the 20th century, tourism, which was initially national, began. Because the wealthy families of Seville began to come to this area in the summer to bathe in the medicinal waters. But since 1960 Conil has had a tourist boom, and today it is the most important sector for Conil’s economy.


Popular festivals

  •  Pilgrimage of San Sebastian: because San Sebastian is the Patron Saint of the town. That is why on the Sunday closest to the 20th of January, the image of the saint is carried from the village to the pine forest of El Colorado, in the company of the villagers.
  •  Carnival: Famous throughout the province of Cadiz are its carnivals, with their costumes, parades and chirigotas competitions.
  •  El Colorado Spring Fair: In the first week of June it is the town’s fair. In which the horse is the protagonist, as well as the fairground stands and attractions installed in the fairgrounds.
  •  Holy Week: As in all of Andalusia, the brotherhoods and sisterhoods make their processions through the main streets of the town.
  •  Virgen del Carmen Conil: this festival is held on 16th July and begins with the celebration of the Rosary of the Dawn that starts from the Chapel of the Holy Spirit. It is followed by the transfer of the “Marinera” Virgin to the Parish Church and the subsequent celebration of Holy Mass. 

 Afterwards, the image is transferred to the quay where it is loaded onto the boat to begin the sea procession. In the afternoon, the land procession begins through the streets of the town, highlighting its passage through the Fisherman’s Quarter. 

  • Festivals in honour of Nuestra Señora de las Virtudes: If San Sebastián is the Patron Saint, Nuestra Señora de las Virtudes is the Patron Saint. A fair is held from 7 to 11 September, as 8 September is the day of the patron saint.
  • Torch Rosary of the Virgen del Carmen: in the streets of the neighbourhood, remembering the dead who fell at sea and of the Brotherhood. It is celebrated at the beginning of November.


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