During Easter week in Spain everyone throughout the country turns out to enjoy and take part in one of the many traditional events which take place at this time of the year. Fiestas take place all over the country, an experience not to be missed if you are lucky enough to be visiting at this time of the year. Each region of Spain celebrate ‘fiesta week’ in their own unique way. This is an emotional time when the people of every city, town and village have an active part in the celebrations. The streets are filled with amazing colourful floral displays, the beating of drums and many religious parades. The celebrations continue throughout the day and the night, making Easter one of the longest fiestas in Spain. This is an amazing time to take advantage of the many holiday deals to Spain and experience some highly emotion celebrations and processions.
The crowning moment of Easter week in the province is the Tamborada festival when 20,000 drums invade the town of Hellin.
Thousands of people mark the end of Easter week in Cartagena. At this moving time, the people join together in song to intone the salve Maria to the Virgin Mary. Read more »