Christmas Cadiz

among them, us We find the zambomba and Andalusian Flamenco mass in Jerez de la Frontera, which are the most genuine celebrations of the Catholic feast. Its origins date back to the 18th century, and he is to meet on the eve of Christmas Eve with friends, neighbors and relatives in yards and yards of the houses of neighbors and gananias. They will form a roll around campfires, where is singing and dancing Christmas carols in a spontaneous manner while it distributes wine, anise, eggnog and Christmas sweets. The fundamental instrument is the zambomba, hence the name of the party.Among the hundreds of zambombas celebrated every Christmas in Jerez, prior to Christmas Day December Saturdays are the busiest days and in which consumed more great cakes and pastries.There is a tradition that does not occur on another site in Algeciras (Cadiz). If you have additional questions, you may want to visit San Antonio Spurs. In the days prior to Reyes children gather empty cans and prepare them the drag, on the morning of 5 January (day of the) Drag cans) they dragged throughout the Centre of the city putting together a great escandalera for the attention of their Majesties the Kings of the East and that do not forget to visit them at night. According to the delegate of celebrations of the town; I do not know with certainty when you can date this tradition, is something noisy to walk around the city, but children spend scandal.Another interesting tradition are the so-called Candelas of Puerto Serrano which are held in the evening on December 31 in the Town Hall Square. Candles are lit in order to make the arrival of the new year, accompanied by fritters, grapes and hot chocolate warmer.We also cannot forget Christmas Cadiz gastronomy, really very varied and attractive. These dates dishes are fish, lamb, Turkey, and the pastries, without forgetting the wines and liquors. Nor have Miss pestinos, polvorones and, of course, amarguillos and alfajores de Medina Sidonia.As we have seen, by your saw both their customs and its coast, Cadiz becomes the ideal destination for your spend a few days resting in their Christmas holidays.