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What's on in the Costa Blanca and Costa Calida 21st April 2019

What's On Newsletter 21st April 2019

What's On

The Easter Parades, known in Spanish as Semana Santa, finish on Easter Sunday the 21st April. There are many fabulous processions to enjoy during the next few days, with the ones in Elche, Murcia, Alicante, Cartagena, Orihuela, Crevillent all being of Special Tourist Interest. The Tamboradas, Drum Parades in Moratalla, Mula and Torrevieja are all well worth hearing too! There are many other events taking place this week throughout the Costa Blanca and Costa Calida, these include several Medieval Markets, a Boat Show, Tapas Routes, Artisan Fairs, Discount Shopping and the annual Invasion by the Berber Pirates in Los Alcazares.

Join us on our Coach Tours to support Elche as they play at home on Monday 22nd April against Osasuna, it is 20€ for match ticket and coach travel. Bookings are already being taken for the spectacular Running of the Wine Horses in Caravaca de la Cruz on the 2nd May, and the Night of the Museums in Cartagena on the 18th May. We have just added a Coach and Hotel for 1 night in Madrid to watch Spain v Sweden at the Bernabeu, the home of Real Madrid. Click here for all the information and to book.

Costa Blanca South

CLICK HERE for the full programmes listed on the Costa Blanca South Calendar of Events

There are small Easter parades in Guardamar del Segura, Dolores, Catral, Santa Pola, Rojales, Los Montesinos, San Fulgencio and Pilar de la Horadada. The processions in Torrevieja and Almoradi have been declared as being of Tourist Interest, whilst the much larger celebrations in Orihuela, Crevillent, Alicante and Elche are all listed as International Tourist Interest. There will be a Medieval Market in Santa Pola, Discount Shopping Fair at the Port in Alicante, the 10th Tapas Route in Los Montesinos and the 2nd Irish Tapas Route in the Orihuela Costa.

Costa Calida

CLICK HERE for the full programmes listed on the Costa Calida Calendar of Events

There are lots of small Easter Parades throughout the Region of Murcia, the ones in San Pedro del Pinatar are of Regional Tourist Interest, and the large Easter parades in the cities of Cartagena and Murcia are of International Tourist Interest. The ear splitting Tamboradas will take place in Mula and Moratalla, both of which are of Tourist Interest. The Tapa Route finishes on Sunday in both Los Urruitas and Santiago de la Ribera, the annual Discount Shopping Fair will take place in Santiago de la Ribera and the 22nd Fossil and Mineral Exhibition will be held in La Union. In San Pedro del Pinatar there will be the 9th edition of the Boat Show, and the 8th edition of the Sea World Exhibition. The Berber Pirates will be invading Los Alcazares this weekend with the Disembarkation of the Berber Pirates on Friday 19th and the Grand Parade on Saturday 20th as well a Medieval Market.

Costa Blanca North

CLICK HERE For the full programmes listed on the Costa Blanca North Calendar of Events

The Easter Parades continue in the towns of Calpe, Benidorm, Teulada and Moraira. There are Free Guided Tours in Altea, a Medieval Market in San Juan, the annual Easter Artisan Fair in Javea and an Easter Market in Calpe.