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What's on in the Costa Blanca and Costa Calida 13th January 2019

What's On Newsletter 13th January 2019

What's On

The first fiesta of the year is in honour of San Anton on the 17th January, this is followed by Fiestas to honour San Sebastian and San Fulgencio. San Anton is the protector of animals, so over the next couple of weeks there will be animal parades and ceremonies in the church plaza’s to bless all types of animals.

Costa Blanca South

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After the busyness of Christmas and the Three Kings, this weekend is unusually quiet in the Costa Blanca South. The Miniature Trains will be chugging around the Miniature Track at Torrellano as the Friends of the Railways Association offer rides for 1,50€ per person on Sunday morning.

Costa Calida

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The programme of free Guided Visits throughout the Region of Murcia has been released for 2019, so you can now reserve your place. 

Costa Blanca North

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This weekend the San Anton celebrations will take place in Moraira, Javea and Benissa. In each of these towns the traditional Pine Tree will be burnt on Saturday evening, and the Animals Paraded and Blessed on Sunday morning. The monthly Farmers market, known as the Mercat dels Porxes, will be in the Placa Jaume in Benissa this Saturday morning