Once a year, at Easter, Cabo de Gata becomes a refuge for many people, including me myself.
A good place for breathing in good, fresh air, and feeling first-hand that the Andalusian coast is more than just sun and sand... it is also mountains, culture, gastronomy and, above all, lots of nature.
Ecija's Easter week celebration is definitely one of the most beautiful events in the Seville province.
One of the most special moments is the passing of the 18th-century tortoise shell and silver urn of Santo Entierro through the enclosed door square that still retains remnants of the walls that once protected ancient Astigi.
Good Friday. 6 pm. The Cuesta de San Millán hill packed with people, an impressively steep hill, the throne of the Virgen de la Soledad comes to the foot of the hill; the statue-bearers get ready, they start, they don't walk, they don't go fast, they run - it's amazing, exciting: a run of devotion.
They reach the top. A roar of applause. Infinite excitement. It's impossible not to return