Traditional holidays in Spain
Latest articles about Traditional holidays in Spain
In Spain, the Easter holidays are traditionally one of the biggest events in the calendar and the most important celebrations take place during Holy Week.
Semana Santa is almost upon us again and the Easter holidays are a very important festival in Spain, celebrated this year from 5th to the 12th of April 2020. Due to the coronavirus outbreak in Spain, this year's celebrations may be a little different.
Las Fallas festival When: 1st - 19th March 2020 Where: Valencia, Spain Website: visitvalencia. com
La Floración de Cieza When: 1st-31st March 2020 Where: Cieza, Murcia Website: murciaturistica. es
Love is in the air as 14th February 2020, Valentine’s Day, is almost upon us. So, get your flowers and your chocolates and get ready to celebrate Spanish-style!
Carnival time is a strange celebration at the end of winter and just before Lent when the world dresses up in extravagant clothing and goes wild.
Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year, and Spain is no different. But Spanish Christmas decorations and activities and New Year customs may be a bit surprising. Here are the 9 weirdest and wackiest Christmas and New Year celebrations in Spain:
Spain's finest national holiday 'Fiesta Nacional de España', takes place on 12th October every year and is one of the most important festivals in Spain, being a bank holiday for all workers.
The Feria de Albacete 2019 When: 7th – 17th September 2019 Where: Albacete, Spain Website: feriadealbacete. net
The Cascamorras Festival When: 6th – 9th September 2019 Where: Baza and Guadix, Spain Website: el-cascamorras. com
La Tomatina 2019 When: 28th August 2019 Where: Buñol, Spain Website: latomatina. info
Cante de las Minas 2019 When: 1st – 10th August 2019 Where: La Unión, Spain Website: festivalcantedelasminas. org