ESTEPONA is aiming to break the Guinness world record for the largest group of people dancing Sevillanas in one place.
At the town’s fair on June 14, around 1,000 people are expected to strut their stuff in unison.
The current record of 780 people was set in Cordoba in 2012, but Estepona organisers are confident.
Pena Flamenca is offering free professional dance classes ahead of the bid.
The Sevillanas dance is based on Flamenco rhythms and is common at Spanish fairs, weddings or bars at the weekend.
Find out what happens when the Olive Press sends a reporter to learn to dance and help Estepona break the world record in the next issue.
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