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Transfers from Malaga Airport to Manilva

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Manilva History

 Prehistory and Ancient Age

 Although there are remains from the Paleolithic, there is no evidence until the Final Bronze Age. Back in the 9th century BC. C. that evidence the contacts existing at this time between the ancient Iberians and the Phoenician settlers

 The Romans also had a settlement here. We also have knowledge of it thanks to small farms near lands of high agricultural value. 

 These would be gradually abandoned towards the coast because, among other reasons, the boom of the fish-salting industries. That is why we can find in the surroundings of the Duchess’ Castle, the remains of a village, thermal baths and necropolis. In addition to a large fish salting factory and a market.

 At the beginning of the 5th century, a series of historical events took place that meant that most of the settlements on the coast were abandoned.

 The Middle Ages

 With the arrival of the Muslims it is necessary to emphasize the confirmation of a dispersed rural population. Besides these populations would depend on the fortress and medina located in the present Casares.

 Also the surroundings of the Guadiaro River and therefore the present boundary of Manilva were the border of the Kingdom of Granada. But in 1485 Casares was handed over to the Christians of Castile.

 Modern Age

 At this time, specifically in 1530, the “Cortijo de Manilva” was born. Which is always dependent on Casares. Its origin is due to the need to repopulate the land closest to the coast to avoid piracy. 

 The increase in population is gradually thanks to the cultivation of sugar cane and its industry and vineyards. 

In October 1796 it is obtained, the concession of the Real Privilege of Villazgo to Manilva. Also with the final segregation of the town of Casares.    


Manilva parties


 First of all, the proximity to Cadiz influences the fact that this is one of its main festivals. Because at the end of February every year, for three days, the carnival brings together many locals. They dress up, sing and take part in the celebration in which chirigotas and comparsas stand out. 

 The Holy Week

 As in all of Andalusia, after Lent, which begins after Carnival, comes Holy Week. Furthermore, Holy Week in Manilva has a special religious meaning. It is not at odds with some customs of a recreational nature. The festivity in which the Life, Passion and Death of Jesus Christ is commemorated is lived with great devotion. Brotherhoods and sisterhoods organize processions that, day by day, go through the streets of the village.

 The Magic Night of San Juan

 The night of June 23rd and 24th is the magical and enchanting night. It is also one of the most anticipated events which coincides with the summer solstice. The traditional burning of the “Júas” on the beaches of Sabinillas, lights up the shortest night of the year. 

 Pilgrimage of the Virgin of Fatima

 On June 27 the village of Manilva turns in what is already its traditional pilgrimage. Which made every year the residents of the Ermita de San Adolfo, in the Baths of the Hedionda.

 The Day of the Virgen del Carmen

 The Virgen del Carmen is the patron saint of fishermen. That is why her celebration is with much devotion for all the sailors’ villages.

 At sunset, the images after the seafaring mass go in procession to the beach. Afterwards they go out to sea in a maritime procession.

 The Day of Santa Ana

The day of Santa Ana is July 26 which is the patron saint of Manilca. The neighbors and tourists take part in the events organized by the City Council. On this day there is a parade of floats, music, dances and night parties until the early hours of the morning.

 The day of San Luis de Sabinillas

 In August is the day of the patron saint San Luis, so the Sabinillas neighborhood celebrates its festivals every year. The sea becomes a special and magnificent setting in this local commemoration. There are various activities such as sports competitions, music and dance, which invade the town with joy during these days.

 The Day of the Tourist

 In August, various events are held for the enjoyment of visitors.

 The Harvest

 The people pay tribute to the product that for so many years has been and continues to be the support of their economy. During the first weeks of September each year.

 The grape harvest festival stands out for its uniqueness on the Costa del Sol. The first weekend of September this festival is celebrated in the town of Manilva. It is necessary to emphasize the Day Fair that is celebrated from 1983.