Guía de Isora has announced the XVI edition of its Day of Traditions, held in Chirche not on one day this year, but over a weekend, Friday to Sunday, 8-10 July. There will be a huge range of demonstrations and exhibitions in the village’s courtyards, houses, streets and square, including wheat toasting, openwork, needlework, dance with singing groups “parrandas”, ironing, coffee roasting, basketry, “bofio” grinding, healer, kneaded and baked bread, wine pressing, goat milking, threshing, everything, in fact, concerning traditional life in a Canarian village.

As previously, there will be free transport on Sunday to and from Chirche by minibus which will leave Guía de Isora (opposite the Guardia Civil) for Chirche every 30 minutes from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.


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  1. Chirche Day of traditions, this is a wonderful weekend, we have been to this event twice and enjoyed all of the variety of things to see and do. well worth a trip. If in Chirche try the Mirador for a meal it is a great restaurant at the top of the village

  2. The Mirador de Chirche is usually closed on Saturdays. Maybe they will have a special opening for the Fiesta, I would check in advance if you are thinking of walking up to it from the village, it’s a heck of a climb.

  3. You don’t need to read the Spanish on the poster because the information is in English in the post!

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