Day of the Chanfaina - 29th November

by Marbella Family Fun
(Marbella)


Another delightful gastronomical day out! In the town of Totalán, every last Sunday of November they pause to celebrate the mediterranean diet and the tradition of agricultural in the region.

Chanfaina is a delicious simple local dish with potatoes, olive oil, vinegar and various spices including oregano, saffron and bay leaves which, depending on how it is made also includes sliced black pudding and other typical stewing meats.
About 6.000 portions of Chanfaina are made to offer to visitors and the popularity of this event is growing every year! The whole family can enjoy an extensive programme of activities including folk dancing, dancing to a live orchestra, and an exhibition of the traditional farming equipment.
There will also be a prize giving which is organised by the local town hall to honour local citizens.
Date: 29th November
Time: Starts in the morning and runs throughout the day.
Place: Totalán

More information
Web: Totalán Town Hall
Tel: 952 400 215
E-mail: ayuntamiento@totalan.es

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