Horses are the stars of the Feria. There were hundreds of them all throughout the week.
Andalucia has its own breed of horses, the Andalusian horse, also known as Pura Raza Española, which is known for its elegant, strong build and long, thick mane and tail.
The breed has a long history and, through time, has become known for its agility, courage and intelligence (depicted in portraits throughout history as battle chargers for famous warriors).
For this reason, the horses have outstanding importance. They partook in various activities, such as a horse parade at the fairgrounds and an exhibition of dressage horses in the Plaza de Toros (bullring) and walking around with carriages.
On Thursday of the fair, prizes were given to the best horses.
Flamenco is a Spanish art form from Andalucía that is made up of three parts; singing (cante), dancing (baile) and music (toque).
It is not just a dance, but so much more. It is a state of mind, an art form that conveys deep emotions, which are usually melancholy and sadness.
It was originally the traditional dance and music of the Andalusian gypsies (gitanos).
Flamenco dates back to the 18th century and is said to have emerged from the occidental area of Andalucía (Seville, Córdoba, Huelva).
On Wednesday of the Feria, it was possible to see the art of flamenco for yourself.