Leisure

Do you also want to enjoy your free time in the Sierra Mariola and don't know how? For your leisure time we recommend you visit some of our theatres, some of them with centuries of history, municipal markets where you can discover the essence of the village of our municipalities and part of our gastronomy of the Sierra Mariola or cultural centres. You choose how to enjoy your free time!

The Main Theatre of Alcoy was inaugurated in 1838, located between Santo Tomás Street and Dins Square. It hosts music and theatre performances by visiting professional companies, amateur groups from the city such as Teatre Circ and Bolos Teatre, as well as the Theatre School for children from three to…

The Avenida Theatre, located in Diputat Castelló street n. 26, is the cultural space with the largest capacity in Bocairent, as it has a 106 m² stage and nearly 400 seats for the public, distributed between the stalls and the amphitheatre. This volume, together with the technical equipment of the…

The Calderon Theatre of Alcoy promotes, encourages and disseminates all the activities programmed both by the Culture Department of the Alcoy City Council and by the professional or amateur associations or entities whose aim is to disseminate cultural and artistic events. Throughout the year you can find a wide range…

During the month of December, the municipal park of the Glorieta de Alcoy becomes the scene of the Christmas Fair. About twenty local traders take part in this event, offering a wide variety of handcrafted and Christmas-related products, such as sweets, nougats, typical drinks and decorative items. The event has…

In the municipal market of Cocentaina you can find all week-long typical products of the area made by specialized companies. Fresh products at good prices. Moreover, you can always count on the advice of those who know best to advise you so that you can take home the best flavours…

This building has a peculiar history, its origins date back to the end of the 19th century. With the collection that took place in it, help was given to the poor and the theatre was repaired. After a long history of repairs and uses, on March 3, 1988 the current…

The Juan de Juanes room, located in Calle Diputat Castelló n. 9, houses most of the exhibitions that take place in Bocairent. It is a large, open-plan space, prepared for the installation of exhibitions from different disciplines. In fact, exhibitions linked to the plastic arts in general and those related…

In 1923, after receiving a request for the construction of a theatre where the old church was located, the mayor Ramón Berenguer Navarro, considered it of the utmost importance to clean the site and build a theatre in that enclave. After several owners it became the property of the Town…

The Centro Cultural de Alcoy is the department of the Àrea de Cultura in charge of promoting and spreading an open and wide cultural offer.  It is the central point of the organization of competitions such as the "Ciutat d'Alcoi de Teatre" awards; or of the relationship with cultural coordination…

In 1923, following a request for a theatre to be built on the site of the old church, the mayor, Ramon Berenguer Navarro, considered that it was extremely important to build a theatre on the site. After several owners, it will become the property of the City Council in 1996.…

Building owned by the city council, inaugurated in 2011. It is a unique and modern building, with a total area of 1,103 square meters. The ground floor houses an exhibition hall as well as other spaces and services linked to it. The mezzanine floor is dedicated to storage and the…

The theatre is located in the Salesian College of Alcoy, has a capacity of 700 seats and plays of all kinds are performed there: comedies, dramas, monologues, musicals, ...

Every Thursday from very early and around the palace of the county, the traditional market has been held since medieval times. Nowadays it is the most important market in the region, due to the quality of the products on offer, such as fruit and vegetables, and the variety of shoe…