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What's On Newsletter 6th January 2019
The Festive Period draws to a close this Saturday with the arrival of the Three Kings who will give presents to all of the well behaved children. Every village, town and city will have their own parade during the evening and this will be followed by a Public Holiday on Sunday.
Costa Blanca South
The Calendar is dominated with the Three Kings Parades on Friday evening. These are well worth enjoying if you are local, all of the timings, start places and routes for the parades are on the Calendar, so click through to have a look. The oldest and most traditional Parade will take place in Alcoy, this is well worth enjoying as the Three Kings ride their camels accompanied by well over 1,000 musicians, torch bearers and the unique pageboys. There are concerts in both Orihuela and Daya Vieja to enjoy during the weekend, and it is the last Living Nativity in Elche on Sunday morning. The Christmas Markets finish in Alicante city this weekend and the monthly Artists Market takes place at the Cuevas del Rodeo in Rojales on Sunday morning.
On Saturday morning 3,000 Roscons, traditional Three Kings Biscuits, will be handed out in the Glorieta de Espana in Murica, and more than 2 tonnes of sweets will be thrown from the floats during the Three Kings Parade in the evening. On Saturday evening, the Three Kings will be arriving by Boat into Cartagena, San Pedro del Pinatar and San Javier. They will be Parading and handing out presents to all of the well behaved children in many other places in the Costa Calida, click on the Calendar for more information.
Costa Blanca North
The Three Kings will be arriving by boat into Javea and Parading in many of the other villages and towns throughout the Costa Blanca North on Friday evening. Many of the programmes are on the Calendar of Events, so click through for more information about parade routes and times.