Festivals on March

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

Festivities that had already started before

The Fallas of Gandía

From 19th February to 19th March
Gandia (Valencia)
Enjoy our Fallas monuments, float parades, paella contests, concerts, fireworks shows, and the burning of the Fallas monuments during 'Nit del Foc'. Furthermore, Gandía offers a rich history and culture with tourist attractions such as the Ducal Palace of the Borja family, the Collegiate Church of Santa Maria, Gandía Beach, and the Gandía Marsh Natural Park.

Jerez Flamenco Festival

From 24th February to 11th March
Jerez de la Frontera (Cádiz)
Don't miss the Jerez Flamenco Festival! Immerse yourself in the Andalusian culture and enjoy the best flamenco artists in a unique environment, surrounded by delicious gastronomy and wine. A unique experience that you cannot miss. #JerezFlamencoFestival
The Fallas of Valencia

The Fallas of Valencia

From 26th February to 19th March
Valencia (Valencia)
We invite you to enjoy a great traditional, joyful and colorful festival that takes place in the city of Valencia. The Fallas of Valencia are celebrated from March 15 to 19.

1st March

Arzúa Cheese Festival

From 1st March to 3rd March
Arzúa (Coruña)
The Arzúa Cheese Festival celebrates the cheese-making tradition of the region and offers a unique gastronomic experience. It's an opportunity to taste the delicious Arzúa-Ulloa cheese and other local products, enjoy traditional music and dances, and get to know Galician culture in a festive and welcoming atmosphere.

3rd March

Arrival Festival

From 3rd March to 5th March
Baiona (Pontevedra)
A historical and cultural celebration that commemorates Columbus' arrival to America. With parades, historical representations, music, and gastronomy, it's a unique experience that attracts thousands of visitors every year. Come and discover the magic of this centuries-old festival in a wonderful seaside setting. #ArrivalFestival

4th March

Gabarreros Festival in El Espinar

From 4th March to 12th March
Espinar, El (Segovia)
A unique celebration that combines tradition, culture and fun. It is an opportunity to enjoy the local gastronomy, learn about the history and crafts of the area and enjoy a festive and cozy atmosphere. If you are looking for an authentic and memorable experience, don't miss this popular festival in the heart of the Sierra de Guadarrama.

5th March

The Cincomarzada

5th March
Zaragoza (Zaragoza)
An entire program of outdoor activities takes place in Tío Jorge Park to celebrate how a whole city defended itself with whatever was at hand against an invasion.

11th March

International Vintage Car Rally Sitges - Barcelona

From 11th March to 12th March
Sitges (Barcelona)
Don't miss the exciting Sitges International Rally! Discover authentic automotive gems produced before 1928 and motorcycles up to 1938, on a challenging 46-kilometer route through a dreamy coastal layout. An unforgettable event for all classic car and competition lovers!

San Raimundo in Fitero

From 11th March to 17th March
Fitero (Navarra)
Holidays around March 15, patron saint of Fitero. Beginning of the Navarrese bullfighting season. Activities for all tastes.

13th March

The Idus of March

The Idus of March

13th March
Mara (Zaragoza)
On the Idus of March, the locals dressed as warriors and sorceresses will offer you a show that is hard to forget.

14th March

Partir la Vieja in Arriate

Partir la Vieja in Arriate

14th March
Arriate (Málaga)
The Feast of “Partir la Vieja” brings the whole family together in the countryside to forget the fast and challenge the old Lent. A special occasion that is worth living and that you cannot miss!

Popular dishes of thouse festivals

Crema Catalana

Crema Catalana

Crema Catalana is a traditional dessert from Catalonia. Creamy custard with burnt caramel on top. Deliciously smooth and crunchy at the same time.

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

Upcoming festivals

The pilgrimage of the Virgen de las Viñas in Tomelloso

From 13th April to 21st April
Tomelloso (Ciudad Real)
The pilgrimage of the Virgen de las Viñas in Tomelloso
Discover the spectacular green carriages, a mix of tradition and modernity. Days of togetherness and brotherhood around the Virgin of the Vine, with good food, traditional games, skill competitions, and folk performances.

Day of the Light

From 17th April to 17th April
Arroyo de la Luz (Cáceres)
Arroyo de la Luz celebrates the Day of the Light every Easter Monday in honor of the Patron Saint. Enjoy the excitement of horse racing, music, and traditional food at the town's most important festivity. Declared a Regional Tourist Interest Festival since 1997.

Water Monday in Salamanca

17th April
Salamanca (Salamanca)
Come to Salamanca and celebrate the Lunes de Aguas! Enjoy a day in the countryside with friends and family while tasting the delicious hornazo, a typical dish of the festivity. Discover the history behind this tradition that dates back to the 16th century. Don't miss it!

Medieval Week in Montblanc

From 19th April to 28th April
Montblanc (Tarragona)
Medieval Week in Montblanc
Immerse yourself in the medieval era in the beautiful city of Montblanc. Enjoy exciting knight shows and medieval dances, taste delicious delicacies at the craft market, and marvel at the historical monuments.

Pilgrimage of the Holy Face

20th April
Alicante/Alacant (Alicante)
Discover the pilgrimage of the Holy Face in Alicante, a centuries-old tradition full of emotion and devotion. Experience this unique event and discover the history and culture of the city at the same time.

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