The translation of the Spanish phrase "amuletos de buena suerte" in English is "good luck charms." The word "amuletos" translates as "amulet." As a result, the phrase can also mean "good luck amulets" or "lucky amulets."
Amulets are lucky charms that traditionally ward off misfortune and evil.
A lucky symbol of Almeria, Spain, that is often featured on amulets and other Spanish products is the Indalo man or "Rainbow Warrior." This pictograph shows a man with a stick-like form and spread arms, each touching one end of the rainbow that forms above his head. Other lucky charms and amulets include four-leafed clovers, horseshoes, dream catchers and wishbones.