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Spanish festivals

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The Kings Festival - Spain celebrates the end of Christmas with a great party where everybody gives and receives presents. More details Kings Festival January 5th All over Book Hotel
Saville Tapas Fair - taste the best Spanish tapas February Saville Book Hotel

Carnivals
More details Cadiz carnival
More details Tenerife carnival
More details Las Palmas carnival
More details Madrid carnival
More details Sitges carnival

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Cadiz
Tenerife
Las Palmas
Madrid
Sitges


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The Flamenco festival of Jerez is one of the most important in the world March Jerez Book Hotel
The main feature of Valencia’s famous Fallas de San José festival is, of course, the towering Fallas.Effigies made from wood and papier-mâché March Valencia Book Hotel

Spain is renowned in the world for its Holy Week traditions Seville, Cordoba, Granada and Malaga see the most glamorous celebrations

April

Seville
Cordoba
Granada
Malaga

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Moros y Cristianos (Moors and Christians fight) - The festival represents the capture of the city by the Moors and the subsequent Christian reconquest. April Alicante Book Hotel
Seville´s April Fair (La Feria de Abril) - a week long festival of flamenco dancing, horse shows and bullfighting. April Saville Book Hotel
Romería de Andújar - pilgrimage to a shrine of the Virgin – a very religious and ancient tradition in Andalucia April Andalucia Book Hotel
Cruces de Mayo (May Crosses) - which celebrates the iminent arrival of spring. Each cross represents a different district of the town in a competition for the best decorated cross using flowers May

Cordoba
Granada

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Romería del Rocio - Romería is a Spanish religious pilgrimage a good example is the Nuestra Señora del Rocío, in which the faithful move to the Sanctuary of the Virgen del Rocío in the village of the Rocío, in Almonte, Huelva June Rocío, Huelva Book Hotel
Hogueras de San Juan - Bonfires of Saint John is a popular festival.The festival is celebrated in many cities and towns, the largest being Alicante where it is the most important festival in the city. June Alicante Book Hotel
Pamplona is known for the tradition of the Running of the Bulls. The bulls' route winds half a mile through town from an enclosure on Santo Domingo Street to the city's bullring, where each bull fights a matador in the afternoon. July Pamplona Book Hotel
This is the world’s biggest food fight La Tomatina - an hour of tomato-slinging warfare. Shops and businesses cover up to protect from the messy onslaught of red pulp before lorries arrive to dump ripe tomatoes for participants to sling at each other. August Buñol, Valencia Book Hotel
Noche Buena (Christmas Eve) December All over Book Hotel
Noche Vieja (New Years Eve) December All over Book Hotel


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