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EuroTourGuide What's on in the Costa Blanca and Costa Calida 27th January 2019

What's On Newsletter 27th January 2019

What's On

As January draws to a close, we start to look forward to the Carnivals, Tapas Routes and Almond Blossom. This year the Almond Blossom has come a little earlier than normal due to the warm winter, and Carnival will be a little later than normal! Lent starts on the 6th March this year, so the Carnivals and Tapas routes will all start around the end of February.

Costa Blanca South

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It will be the 19th annual Day of the Pigs Fiesta in La Mata where, on Sunday from 12:00 onwards you can queue to receive your free cooked pork chop, a slice of bread, stick of celery and a drink!

Costa Calida

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The 41st edition of the Fiesta de las Cuadrillas will take place near Caravaca de la Cruz on Sunday. This is when bands of non professional musicians, singers and dancers take to the streets in an attempt to out play the other bands. There will be a small Medieval Market in Archena all weekend, and a Carnival Float Parade in Ricote on Saturday. The Free Guided Visits can be enjoyed throughout the Region of Murcia on Saturday and Sunday, as part of their year long Tu Visita Guiada programme.

Costa Blanca North

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It is the third and final weekend of the San Anton Fair in Benissa, with a Medieval Market and an Animals, Agricultural Vehicles and Cars Exhibition and Fair. The second free Guided Visit around Altea will take place on Sunday, advance reservation is required.