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The Baby Jumping of El Colacho

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Baby Jumping is the popular name by which “El Colacho” festival is internationally known. This traditional holiday, dating back almost four centuries, is held in Castrillo de Murcia (Burgos province) during Corpus Christi celebrations. Much more info in our blog    

Saint John´s Festival -Firewalking and the “Móndidas”-, San Pedro Manrique

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*National Tourist Interest Two ancient traditions of different origins which are celebrated during the Saint John´s Festival in this village of the Soria province, the famous Firewalking and the “Móndidas” (three girls of the village who play the role of pristesses during these days). + info in our blog

Bonfires of San Juan

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Alicante´s most representative celebration is the Bonfires of San Juan or ‘Hogueras de San Juan’. It celebrates the summer solstice. The highlight of the festival are the ‘hogueras’, large satirical sculptures made of paper-mache, cork and wood, placed all over the city. It has been declared festival of International Tourist Interest as well as Intangible Cultural Heritage.   A little bit […]

The Wine Battle

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Every 29th of June an unusual battle takes place on the outskirts of Haro, at the foot of the cliffs where a hermitage is located. Thousands of people meet together to take part in an international wine battle, where all kinds of recipients are used for hurling wine at each other. + info in our blog […]

Corpus Christi

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Nearly 2 km of hand-made flower carpets laid along the way of the procession. * International Tourist Interest

Corpus Christi

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The aroma of herbs and the sight of  fully decorated balconies are the main attraction of this procession, which has been celebrated since the 15th century. * International Tourist Interest