Festivals on June

Go through the festivals that we show you in June, surely there is one that will surprise you.

Festivities that had already started before

Patron Saint Festivities of San Fernando de Henares

Patron Saint Festivities of San Fernando de Henares

From 26th May to 4th June
San Fernando de Henares (Madrid)
An annual celebration filled with joy, tradition, and culture, bringing the community together through shows, concerts, and events in honor of their patron saint, San Fernando.
Corpus Christi in Camuñas

Corpus Christi in Camuñas

From 29th May to 2nd June
Camuñas (Toledo)
Discover the magic of Corpus Christi in Camuñas with the impressive Pecados y Danzantes, the procession, and the cultural and gastronomic richness of this unique celebration. Experience an unforgettable experience.
May festivities in Aldeire

May festivities in Aldeire

From 30th May to 3rd June
Aldeire (Granada)
At the end of May, Aldeire becomes a stage where Moors and Christians thank the patron saint of the town, the Virgin of the Rosary, for mediating between them.
Alcalá de Guadaíra Fair

Alcalá de Guadaíra Fair

From 30th May to 2nd June
Alcalá de Guadaíra (Sevilla)
Enjoy the colorful casetas, the traditional "Pescaito" night, where children receive discounts on the attractions in the 'Calle del Infierno' (Hell Street). It's a festive atmosphere you can't miss during the fair.

Renaissance Fair of Fonz

From 31st May to 1st June
Fonz (Huesca)
On the first weekend in June, the town of Fonz returns to the 16th century. The square and the streets of the town, full of Renaissance palaces and buildings, are decorated and adorned and are the ideal setting to celebrate this Renaissance Fair.

Corpus Christi festivities in Cabanillas de la Sierra

From 31st May to 2nd June
Cabanillas de la Sierra (Madrid)
Festival with musical activities, bullfighting events, children's events, parades with big-heads, open-air dances. Mass and Corpus Christi procession through the streets of the municipality accompanied by the Lozoyuela brass band.

1st June

Corpus Christi of Béjar and the Moss Men

Corpus Christi of Béjar and the Moss Men

From 1st June to 2nd June
Béjar (Salamanca)
Experience the medieval legend of the moss-covered warriors who reconquered the city. Festival of National Tourist Interest with processions, camouflage with a green cloak. A symbol that is still alive today. A unique celebration with history, tradition and surprising costumes.

Alhaurinos Courtyards Competition and Festival

From 1st June to 2nd June
Alhaurín el Grande (Málaga)
A weekend to dive into the heart of a village located in the heart of the fertile Guadalhorce Valley, at the foot of the Sierra de Mijas. A treasure yet to be discovered in its courtyards, corners and traditional streets of the old town.

2nd June

Almargen Pilgrimage

Almargen Pilgrimage

From 2nd June to 3rd June
Almargen (Málaga)
In honor of the Virgin of Fatima, there is a procession through the town followed by three days of celebrations in La Saucedilla. The highlight is the decorated floats by the residents, with a prize for the most original one. The climax is the journey to the site, where a mass is celebrated.
Art Gaucin

Art Gaucin

From 2nd June to 4th June
Gaucín (Málaga)
Annual exhibition at the artists' studios in Gaucín, the last weekend of May and first weekend of June. We open wide the doors of our studios to welcome visitors and show them our latest work.
Harpia de Balaguer

Harpia de Balaguer

From 2nd June to 4th June
Balaguer (Lérida)
Discover a fair to travel back to the Middle Ages. Enjoy crafts, concerts, gastronomy, workshops, and historical reenactments. Additionally, explore monuments, attend talks, and visit the Interpretation Center of the Segre gold. The perfect family getaway!

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Manchego Shepherd's Migas
Photo: Turismo Castilla La Mancha

Manchego Shepherd's Migas

(Castilla la Mancha)
Primeros platos
Traditional Manchego dish. Crumbled bread, chorizo, bacon, and oil create a crispy texture and smoky flavor. It comforts the stomach and the spirit.

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From 2nd June to 6th June
Santisteban del Puerto (Jaén)
Every year around Pentecost Sunday, the ancient festivities of Pascuamayo are celebrated, with the interesting Ritual de la Toma del Cuadro, as well as open-air dances and bullfighting festivities.

3rd June

Villa Privilege Day

3rd June
Arbancón (Guadalajara)
A Day that has its origins in the renewal of the title of Villa granted to this town in 1721 by King Felipe V, and by which Arbancón was freed from the dominion of the land of the Duchy of Medinaceli.

Pilgrimage of the Virgin of Victory in Martos

From 3rd June to 4th June
Martos (Jaén)
Join the Virgin of Victory in her procession and transfer to the Ermita de la Peña. Don't miss the open-air Mass. Enjoy traditional gypsy dresses, carts, and floats. A unique spiritual and cultural experience in Andalusia.

Asparagus and Crafts Exaltation Fair

From 3rd June to 4th June
Tudela de Duero (Valladolid)
An event that celebrates and promotes one of the region's most prominent products. Enjoy tastings, contests, exhibitions, and activities related to asparagus. A unique opportunity to savor the different varieties and culinary uses of this delicious vegetable.

The Miracle of the Corporals of Daroca

From 3rd June to 11th June
Daroca (Zaragoza)
Since the Middle Ages, this miracle has been celebrated during the Corpus in the major festivities of Daroca. In addition to attracting pilgrims to contemplate the relic, there is a rich program of festivities for all visitors.

4th June

Corpus Christi in Toledo

Corpus Christi in Toledo

From 4th June to 11th June
Toledo (Toledo)
Discover Corpus Christi in Toledo: A historic procession full of tradition and faith, featuring beautiful floats and the impressive custodia by Enrique de Arfe. Experience a unique celebration in a city that fully embraces this sacred event.

Day of Bread and Cake

4th June
Sayalonga (Málaga)
From Corumbela we invite you to taste the traditional cateto bread, handmade in a wood-fired oven, and paella for all attendees. Recognition for some neighbours of the municipality, performances by local groups and live music.

Pilgrimage of Santa María de Alarcos

From 4th June to 5th June
Ciudad Real (Ciudad Real)
The image of the Virgin Santa María de Alarcos is transferred from the Church of San Pedro to the hermitage, with flower offerings and the participation of choirs and dances. It includes a folk festival, medieval tournament, Limoná contest, procession, and religious events.

5th June

Festivities of the Toro Enmaromado in Benavente

From 5th June to 11th June
Benavente (Zamora)
The origin of the 'toro enmaromado' festival is to be found in the context of the Corpus Christi festivity, which was celebrated in the town as far back as the 15th century, so the celebration is thought to have a religious origin.

6th June

Ronda Romántica

From 6th June to 9th June
Ronda (Málaga)
Come to Ronda Romántica and travel back in time to the 19th century! Enjoy carriages, music and dances of the era, typical costume contests, exhibitions and theater. Celebrate our rich history and culture in this unique festival.

7th June

Patum de Berga

Patum de Berga

From 7th June to 11th June
Berga (Barcelona)
Experience the magic of a traditional festival filled with music, dances, and theatrical performances. Enjoy mystical figures, fire dances, and a unique atmosphere. Immerse yourself in the history of this UNESCO-recognized celebration.

8th June

Pilgrimage in honor of Our Lady of Fuensanta

Pilgrimage in honor of Our Lady of Fuensanta

From 8th June to 9th June
Coín (Málaga)
On the first Saturday of June, the pilgrims set off in carts towards the hermitage, spending Saturday and the night at 'Llano de las Marías' and attending a mass in honor of the patron saint. On Sunday, the winning cart will carry the patron saint of Coín back to the church amidst joyful singing and dancing.

Major Festivities of Coslada

From 8th June to 12th June
Coslada (Madrid)
Come and enjoy Coslada's main festivities, with music every day, activities and shows for the little ones and a great line-up of concerts with free entrance.

9th June

La Orotava Patronal Festivities

From 9th June to 18th June
Orotava, La (Sta. Cruz de Tenerife)
Experience the magic of La Orotava's patronal festivities: tradition, religious devotion, and folklore come together in a unique celebration. Flower and volcanic rock carpets, pilgrimages, and cultural events await you in this charming municipality in Tenerife.

Villanueva de Tapia June Fair

From 9th June to 10th June
Villanueva de Tapia (Málaga)
In the past, it used to be celebrated around the feast of San Antonio, so it takes place on the closest weekend to this holiday in June. With cultural and leisure activities, such as children's entertainment, contests, sports activities, musical performances, and a nighttime open-air dance with orchestras and bands.

Rose Festival

From 9th June to 17th June
Mos (Pontevedra)
The official celebration of our Concello pays tribute to the Rose dos Quirós. Join us to enjoy a month-long offering of gastronomy, culture, and sports. Don't miss the Festa da Empanada y Pan de Millo on the first Sunday of June.

10th June

Valle Allin-Metauten Festival

10th June
Metauten (Navarra)
Festival of the allin-metauten valley with entertaining activities for young and old alike. These include folk dances, exhibitions, concerts, popular food...

San Antonio de Padua in Villoldo

From 10th June to 13th June
Villoldo (Palencia)
The patron saint festivities in honour of San Antonio de Padua in Villoldo bring a programme of activities for everyone and anyone who wants to come and have a good time.

Saint Anthony of Padua in Fuentelespino de Haro

From 10th June to 14th June
Fuentelespino de Haro (Cuenca)
Festivities in honour of San Antonio de Padua in Fuentelespino de Haro, music with orchestra, release of cattle, processions and with a programme suitable for all those who want to come and discover it.

11th June

The Colacho Festival

The Colacho Festival

11th June
Sasamón (Burgos)
Discover one of the most astonishing celebrations that forms part of our heritage, a unique event where a man dressed as the devil jumps over babies on mattresses. Immerse yourself in this centuries-old tradition filled with excitement and wonder.
4 Tombs

4 Tombs

11th June
Sant Llorenç d'Hortons (Barcelona)
If you like horses and genuine experiences, don't miss the 4 Tombs. In a completely rural setting, you can enjoy a breakfast like in the old days and see more than 30 horse carriages.

Tamarite de Litera Carpets

11th June
Tamarite de Litera (Huesca)
Carpets decorated with paint and flowers to add more color and splendor to this festival associated with Corpus Christi.

Cows in the Henares

From 11th June to 11th June
Espinosa de Henares (Guadalajara)
A festival that takes place on the banks of the river henares, a stew is prepared for all the participants to enjoy. In the evening, cows are released into the river for the enjoyment of all the people.

Corpus Christi of Hellín

From 11th June to 14th June
Hellín (Albacete)
The streets of Hellín are covered with carpets of sawdust decorated with bright colors that will be destroyed at the passage of the Corpus Christi procession. It is a Festival of Regional Tourist Interest.

12th June

Festivities in honour of San Antonio in Martín de Yeltes

From 12th June to 16th June
Martín de Yeltes (Salamanca)
Martín de Yeltes dresses up to celebrate the festival in honour of San Antonio. Religious and bullfighting events are the focus of the festivities to which everyone is invited.

13th June

El Marrano de San Antón

El Marrano de San Antón

13th June
Alberca, La (Salamanca)
The Marrano of San Antón, is a tradition that takes place in 'La Alberca', Salamanca and in which a pig is released through the streets of the town after being blessed and which coincides with the traditional festival of San Antonio de Padua, which is celebrated on June 13 and gathers the people from all over Spain as well as foreign visitors.

Go through the festivals that we show you in June, surely there is one that will surprise you.

Upcoming festivals

The Mystery of Obanos

From 20th July to 27th July
Obanos (Navarra)
In even years, a medieval legend of the Camino de Santiago comes to life, where the town transforms itself to perform an impressive theatrical representation filled with banners, carriages, and medieval costumes. This performance stands out for its quality and its stage in the Plaza de los Fueros. It is an unmissable spectacle that brings together the community of Obanos and delights visitors.

The Dance of the Stilts

From 21st July to 25th July
Anguiano (Rioja, La)
The Dance of the Stilts
The Dance of the Stilts, is a popular traditional festival, which is celebrated in the town of Anguiano in La Rioja, Spain and which has been declared as an Intangible Cultural Property.

Las Minas International Singing Festival

From 27th July to 6th August
Unión, La (Murcia)
Las Minas International Singing Festival
The Festival Internacional del Cante de Las Minas de La Unión, in Murcia, is held at the end of July and beginning of August. It is a festival that showcases the best of flamenco music through galas and competitions.

Falces Garlic Day

From 29th July to 30th July
Falces (Navarra)
Falces Garlic Day
El Ajo Rojo de Falces has its own festival in July, with tastings, a craft market and brass bands, historical visits and many activities for all audiences.

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