Every town or village in Spain has an annual fair normally three or four days long. It is a noisy but also a jolly, non-aggressive and optimistic event. Join in and have fun.
What’s the difference between a feria and a fiesta?
“Well fiestas are feast days, either religious or constitutional. Some of them are celebrated nationally (ie Constitution Day, or Andalucia Day) whilst others are specific to a particular town, village or even profession (San Luis, Virgen del Carmen etc). Quite often the fiestas coincide with a bank holiday, either national, regional or local.
Ferias, on the other hand, are fairs or celebrations. Every town or village in Spain has an annual fair normally three or four days long, but in the case of some of the bigger ones, like Malaga, they can be one to two weeks. These are traditionally events where everyone can let their hair down, and are marked by funfairs, musical events and, of course, lots of eating and drinking. They can also be cultural events, Manilva’s annual International Festival being a good example.”
As defined by Manilva, Costa del Sol  www.manilvalife.com