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Day: January 3, 2019

Three Kings Come to Guardamar del Segura Three Days in a Row

While it seems that the current Christmas holidays have gone on for months, this weekend the fun, festivities and national holidays will finally come to an end. The final fiesta to look forward to (maybe not for Spanish parents who are still buying more presents) is that of the Three Kings, traditionally celebrated on the night of the 5th January and the 6th being a red day. However, this year, the Three Kings have decided to visit the municipality of Guardamar early and will actually turn up there three days in a row. Thursday 3 and Friday 4 January...

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We Three Kings of Torrevieja Are

If Santa didn’t bring you the gift you longed for, there’s still hope that the Three Kings might answer your question, so get along to Torrevieja on Saturday evening, put on that big innocent smile, and you never know our luck! This Saturday, the Three Kings will once again arrive in Torrevieja by boat, a scene which has become a tradition in the town, landing at 5:30 p.m. in the fishing port. The Councillor for fiestas, Domingo Pérez, confirmed the arrangements in a press conference, explaining that their Majesties will spend about 30 minutes at the port greeting the...

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Local Holidays in Your Area

We have already featured our National Holiday poster for 2019, but now we have the missing pieces that you can write on yourselves, the local holidays, sorted by town name. If your town isn’t on, check with your town hall, or ask us, we do have a bigger list, but have covered our most popular areas. Oh, and it’s a chance to practice a bit of Spanish too. Good luck. ALICANTE: Jueves 2 De Mayo, Festividad De Santa Faz Martes 25 De Junio, Posterior A La Festividad De San Juan ALBATERA: Jueves 25 De Julio, Día De Santiago Lunes...

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