Beas de Segura
Beas de Segura nestled in the western part of the Sierra de Segura, since the sixteenth century has celebrated the festivities of San marcos in which the protagonist are the roped bulls. The fiesta which has been declared of Tourist Interest in Andalusia begins on 23 April with the Little San Marcos celebration, the running of small or hornless yearling calves known as emboladas.
On the 24th occurs the running of the roped bulls, bulls with
a rope around their horns that allows them mobility. On the 25th
you are assured excitement by the release of bulls into the closed-off
streets before and after the procession of the image, which is
escorted throughout by two decorated and roped fighting bull calves.
Make a reservation at the cortijo Casarazo more than one hundred
years old, which is located 300 metres from Cañada catena,
a small village in the Cazorla, Segura y Las Villas nature Park
which still keeps its traditions alive.