This event was declared an Andalusian Festival of Tourist Interest.
The Fiesta del Verdeo serves as a symbol in that it kick-starts the table olive harvesting season, known as “verdeo”. The name comes from the fact that the valuable olives are harvested when they are not yet fully mature and have a characteristic green colour.
The Osuna May Fair was declared an Andalusian Festival of Tourist Interest by the Regional Ministry of Tourism, Trade and Sport in 2008. It is considered "a manifestation that helps advance the values and traditions of this municipality and of Andalusia, and promotes, develops and disseminate tourism".
Dos Hermanas’ Fair, also known as the May Fair, is a small-scale recreation of the well-known April Fair that takes place in the Los Remedios district in Seville. The fair is held in the centre of Dos Hermanas in the province of Seville.
The Fair takes place in early or mid-May on a fairground were marquee tents and family-friendly attractions.
Declared an Andalusian Festival of Tourist Interest.
The origin of the Harvest Festival dates back to 1954, when it was established with the aim of publicising the quality of the wines obtained from the vineyards of Villanueva del Ariscal.
The April Fair, declared an Andalusian Festival of Tourist Interest, is a particular hallmark of Mairena del Alcor, a unique occasion in which the town recognises and identifies itself with its own character.