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Sant Antoni festivities in Barcelona

Sant Antoni festivities in Barcelona

From 13th January to 23rd January
Barcelona (Barcelona)
Tradition
For Sant Antoni you can enjoy the best of Barcelona's culture at the Festes of Sant Antoni, with giants and big-heads, theatre, dance, concerts and activities for all ages.
Patum de Berga

Patum de Berga

From 7th June to 11th June
Berga (Barcelona)
Religious
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.

Sitges Major Festivities

From 11th August to 18th August
Sitges (Barcelona)
Vibrant Sitges Major Festival, colorful parades, giants and big-heads, sardana dances, dazzling fireworks, and cultural events. An unforgettable festive experience on the picturesque Catalan coast.
Badalona Major Festivities

Badalona Major Festivities

From 14th August to 16th August
Badalona (Barcelona)
Tradition
Immerse yourself in the refreshing August Main Festival. With dances, concerts, and deep-rooted traditions like the Ballada de Gegants and the Bany de Bestias. Enjoy the festive atmosphere with fireworks on the beach and reserve your spot for the iconic communal meal.

Virgen de las viñas patron saint festival in Aranda de Duero

From 8th September to 17th September
Aranda de Duero (Burgos)
The cannon shot kicks off the Patron Saint Fiestas of Aranda de Duero, followed in the afternoon by the Pilgrimage of the Virgin. With activities including a magic festival, concerts, orchestras, parades of giants and big-heads...

Festivities in honour of the Santo Cristo and San Vicente Ferrer of Graus

From 12th September to 15th September
Graus (Huesca)
Tradition
These festivities are a festive universe made up of unique events due to the anthropological richness of their traditional rites. Of particular note are the cabezudos, giants, caretas and caballez, the satire of the Mojiganga, the traditional Pllega, or the singing of the Albadas.
La Mercé Festivities

La Mercé Festivities

From 23rd September to 26th September
Barcelona (Barcelona)
Tradition
On the weekend around 24 September, the Mercé Festival is held in Barcelona to honour the Virgin of La Merced, patron saint of the city.
Alhama de Murcia Fair

Alhama de Murcia Fair

From 5th October to 15th October
Alhama de Murcia (Murcia)
Fair
Festivities in Alhama de Murcia, in honour of its patron saint, the Virgen del Rosario. With activities for all audiences: concerts, exhibitions, dance, gastronomy, attractions.
Sant Narcis Fair in Girona

Sant Narcis Fair in Girona

From 27th October to 5th November
Girona (Gerona)
Fair
The Saint Narcis Fair in Girona is the latest major festival in Catalonia, the city is filled with music, attractions, craft markets, parades, castellers and cultural events, all aimed at providing lots of fun for those attending.
Feast of the Humanitarians in San Martín de Aller

Feast of the Humanitarians in San Martín de Aller

11th November
Aller (Asturias)
Religious
The Asturian bagpipes sound in the streets of Moreda, to announce one of the most typical and iconic popular festivities of autumn in Asturias. On the 11th of November, the Fiesta de los Humanitarios is celebrated in San Martín de Aller.

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Santa Cruz de Tenerife

From 15th February to 26th February
Santa Cruz de Tenerife (Sta. Cruz de Tenerife)
Santa Cruz de Tenerife
The most Brazilian Carnival in Spain is that of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, 15 days of joy, dance, fun and fun. The highlight: the fancy dress costumes at the Gala for the Election of the Queen of the Festivities.

Miguelturra Carnival

From 17th February to 26th February
Miguelturra (Ciudad Real)
Miguelturra Carnival
The Miguelturra Carnival is a fun experience in which you will be more than a spectator: costumes, masks and music fill every street of the town with colour and joy.

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

From 26th February to 19th March
Valencia (Valencia)
The Fallas of 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.

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