Adeje celebrates San Sebastián

The people of Adeje paid their annual homage to one of the borough’s patron saints, San Sebastian in one of the oldest traditions on the island, dating from the 13th Century. Thousands of people were in La Caleta to witness and take part in the festivities this morning and watch the blessing of the animals as well as bathing of horses at the La Enramada beach.

According To Adolfo Alonso Ferrera councillor over 100 horses and riders took part in the annual bathing, as well as a camel and some donkeys. The blessing was extended to sheep, dogs, and goats who were in the square.

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