27 Feb, 2024 @ 10:07
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What shops will open on Andalucia Day in Spain tomorrow? All you need to know

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ANDALUCIA Day will see celebrations across the region tomorrow in commemoration of an historic 1980 referendum in which the Andalucian electorate voted for the statute that made Andalucia an autonomous community.

Streets will be adorned with flowers and the famous green and white regional flag as schools, public administrations, shopping centres and many shops close for a day of joyous festivities.

Some businesses will remain open for business, so if you need to pop to the shops on 28-F, here is a comprehensive guide to where you should or should not head:

Mercadona: Closed

Carrefour: All closed apart from some branches of Carrefour Express. Visit Carrefour’s website to find out which shops will remain open from 10am to 10pm.

Dia: Closed

Lidl: Closed

Aldi: Closed

El Corte Inglés: Closed

Eroski: Closed

Maskom: Closed

Alcoop: Closed

Piedra: Closed

Shopping centres including Malaga’s Plaza Mayor, Rosaleda, Vialia, Nostrum Shopping Park and Malaga Plaza will likewise remain shut all day.

La Cañada Shopping in Marbella will remain open, but only for leisure and restaurants, whilst Miramar in Fuengirola will open its cinema, restaurants and petrol station

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Ben Pawlowski

Ben joined the Olive Press in January 2024 after a four-month stint teaching English in Paraguay. He loves the adrenaline rush of a breaking news story and the tireless work required to uncover an eye-opening exclusive. He is currently based in Barcelona from where he covers the city, the wider Catalunya region, and the north of Spain. Send tips to [email protected]

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