Parties and fairs

The festivities in honour of the Virgen del Castillo are held on the first weekend of September, except in the case that the first day of that month is a Sunday, in which case they are held on the second weekend. ACTS DAY OF ARRIVAL: It is celebrated on the…

On the first Friday of February, the Moors and Christians patron saint festival is held in honour of Sant Blai, which has been declared of National Tourist Interest. Its roots, tradition, colour and culture make these festivities one of the most attractive. The variety of clothing, music and gunpowder involve…

In Cocentaina the Moors and Christians Festival is celebrated in honour of San Hipólito Mártir. They have been declared of National Tourist Interest and are currently made up of 16 "filaes", 8 Christians and 8 Moors, where the role of women plays an important role. They are held in the…

In April, from 22 to 25, the Moors and Christians festivities are held in honor of Sant Jordi, declared of national tourist interest. During the four days, the acts that are celebrated are very diverse. On the 22nd of April, the parade and offering of music bands that will take…

Coinciding with the first weekend after Easter, and therefore with the commemoration in the saint's calendar of the festival of Sant Vicent Ferrer, Agullent celebrates its Moors and Christians. A festival that recalls the struggles and wars between Christian and Muslim kingdoms, a symbolism that we can see in the…

The Moors and Christians festivities in honour of Saint George have been declared of International Tourist Interest since 1980. They commemorate the historical events that took place in 1276, related to the uprisings of the Muslims who inhabited the area and which gave rise to the patronage of San Jorge,…

Muro is always a good option to visit at any time of the year, but if you are planning to spend the month of May you cannot miss its Moors and Christians Festival, in honour of Nuestra Señora de los Desamparados, which dates back to 1822. These patron saint's fiestas…

They are the second most important in the population. These festivities, declared in the year 2019 well of cultural interest (BIC) by Generalitat Valenciana revolve around "les danses", which for centuries have managed to preserve their rituals, music and traditional dress; but what most characterizes them is their popularity. The…

The day of the Festivity of the Divine Savior starts before noon with a parade enlivened by a musical band that ends at the doors of the Church of the Transfiguration of the Lord, where the corresponding mass will be offered in honor of the Divine Savior. Afterwards, the bells…

Parade of the Three Kings Every year, with the arrival of the 5th of January, King Melchior, King Gaspar and King Balthazar find a gap in their busy schedules to come to Bocairent, ready to hand out toys, gifts and illusions to children and adults. Sant Antoni Abad (del porquet…

If you want to party and have fun, laugh and have a good time, you should come to the Carnival of Muro. It is celebrated the week before the beginning of Lent. The Muro Carnival is lived intensely as it is synonymous with hustle and bustle and fun. This festival…

They take place on the first weekend of September. The festivities in honour of the Relic of Saint George commemorate the arrival of the venerated remains of the patron saint to the town. These days are a perfect opportunity to relive the magic of the Moors and Christians Festival. The…

María Magdalena is, together with Sant Jordi, the patron saint of Banyeres de Mariola and has her place of worship in an old Gothic-style chapel located at the top of the municipality. In her honour, the residents of this town hold numerous processions throughout the month of July. There is…

The arrival of the Three Kings is the most eagerly awaited event by children throughout the year. A Festival of National Tourist Interest and declared Intangible Asset of Cultural Interest, it summons hundreds of visitors every year who wish to live the message and the emotion of this centennial parade.…

These dances commemorate the payment that the peasants had to make to the lords of the land. The streets are decorated to receive some traditional dances celebrated in mid-June and which have the participation of dance groups. The parades take place in different streets every day and the villagers are…

The festivities of the Miracle of Agullent, which include in its programme one of the oldest night-time pilgrimages in the Valencian Country, are a good excuse to come to this small town in the Vall d'Albaida region. Every first Friday of September, at night, neighbours and visitors go up to…

Declarada d'Interès Turístic Nacional des de 2012 i Internacional des de 2019, se celebra anualment durant la setmana de l'u de novembre, festivitat de Tots els Sants. És una de les fires més importants del país, i amb un gran poder de convocatòria entre el públic. Tots els anys recorren…

Declared of National Tourist Interest since 2012 and International since 2019, it is held annually during the week of November 1, All Saints' Day. It is one of the most important fairs in the country, and with a great power of attraction among the public. About half a million people…

Around January 17, the Fireta de Sant Antoni is held in Muro, where a suggestive artisan and commercial fair takes place, accompanied by a wide range of cultural events, such as: various exhibitions, conferences, recitals, concerts, parades, the typical dance of the Palau de la Senyoria, the opening of the…

Legend of St. George, the dragon and the princess Every three years, in July, along with the medieval market, the arrival of Sant Jordi is represented in the park of Villa Rosario. This performance is a staging that leaves all the spectators speechless. The last performance took place on 13-14…

During the month of July Banyeres de Mariola celebrates its fiestas in honour of Santa María Magdalena. Among its numerous acts and activities, the Fair and Medieval Market are one of the biggest attractions with which we can enjoy during these days. It is a fair that is celebrated from…

Modernist Week is an event that starts in 2017 with the aim of highlighting the city's entire modernist heritage and reviving its splendid historical past. During this week various activities, conferences, exhibitions and guided and dramatised tours of the city's different Modernist buildings are held. In addition, the City Council…

This is an annual cultural event with the participation of the best writers on the literary scene, which, together with the promotion of reading and love of literature, is one of the most characteristic weeks of late spring in the town of Muro.

In 2005, in the month of October, the First Gastronomical Fair of Typical and Handcrafted Products was held in Muro and, as its name indicates, home-made products were made known. This fair was created with the aim of promoting craftsmen and companies in the gastronomy and food industry located in…

Fair and Festivals to Santa Cecilia Other typical festivals held in the town throughout the year are that of the patron saint of the town and musicians, Santa Cecilia, on 22 November. This festival is celebrated in November on two different weekends and the musicians are the protagonists of this…

Pilgrimage of the Virgen de los Lirios The patron saint of the city, the Virgen de los Lirios, summons thousands of people from Alcoy to her sanctuary at the Font Roja. The day normally takes place on the third Sunday of September in this beautiful spot of the Carrascal that…

The town of Agres annually celebrates this traditional and irreverent festival in which the streets of the town and its authority are taken over by the population for four days. They have been declared Festivals of Local Tourist Interest by the Generalitat. They are based on a medieval tradition, by…

The patron saint of Cocentaina is the Mare de Déu del Miracle and this celebration evokes the miracle of the tears in the painting of the Virgin of the Miracle that took place in 1520. Several acts are revived in devotion to the Virgin where you can see the women…