Agencia de Viajes On-Line CV-m-2045-A

What to Do, Where to Go and What to See in Costa Blanca & Costa Calida, Spain
EuroTourGuide What's on in the Costa Blanca and Costa Calida 12th May 2019

What's On Newsletter 12th May 2019

What's On

Another great weekend full of another great selection of events and fiestas for you to enjoy including the Montgo Rock Festival in Javea, the Mola la Mola Fiesta in Novelda, the Mucho Mas Mayo Festival in Cartagena and the Three Culture Fiesta in Murcia..

Costa Blanca South

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

The 3rd Mola la Mola Fiesta will take place in Novelda with lots of Live Music and Gastronomy Events, and the Miniature Steam Trains will be chugging around the Miniature track at Torrellano on Sunday. The International Fiesta can be enjoyed in Quesada on Saturday evening, and it is the 1st free Concert for the 10th Jazz Festival in Formentera. The Plant and Flower Market can be visited on Sunday in Pilar de la Horadada, and the Moors and Christians Fiesta starts in Biar with the main Parade taking place at 17:00 on Friday..

Costa Blanca North

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

The Turron Tapas Route continues in Jijona with 10 local establishments offering a Turron based Tapas and Drink for 2,50€. In Benidorm there will be a Medieval Market on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, plus the Tuna Gastronomy Week continues with Tuna based Menus and Tapas. The 7th edition of the Javea Montago Rock Festival takes place in Javea, and the Romeria marks the end of the Sant Vicent Ferrer Fiesta in Teulada.

Costa Calida

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

The Moors and Christians Fiesta finishes in Abanilla with the Octava Procession on Sunday, whilst the Moors and Christians Fiesta starts in Cieza with a Medieval Market and the Grand Parade on Sunday at 18:30. The Tapas Route continues in Los Belones with 14 Restaurants offering a Tapas and a Drink for 2,50€. San Isidro is being celebrated in Mula with a Carnival Parade on Saturday, and in Yecla with the opening of the San Isidro Market. The Three Cultures Festival starts in Murcia with free Concerts, Dance or Theatrical performances, and the Mucho Mas Mayo Festival starts in Cartagena which showcases International Culture, Art, Music and Dance. The programme of Free Guided Visits every weekend continues throughout the Region of Murcia.