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National Public Holidays Spain
Public Holidays are a national treasure as there are so many of them each year!! They include a mix of religious Roman Catholic, national and regional ones and are taken on the exact day they fall whether that be midweek or weekend.
Santiago de la Ribera Monthly Artists Market

Santiago de la Ribera will be hosting a monthly Artists Market on the second Sunday of every month.

Los Nietos Fiesta Señora de Los Ángeles 2nd-17th August 2014

The village of Los Nietos on the Shores of the Mar Menor will honouring their patron saint; Nuestra Señora de Los Ángeles from the 2nd to the 17th August 2014.

Murcia City comes alive to the rythem of the drums, trumpets, music and carnival floats, one of the most varied and vibrant parades you will see. The Region of Murcia have put together this video highlighting what you can expect when visiting this must see carnival.

A wonderful colourful traditonal Countryside Parade lights up this charming City. The Region of Murcia have put together a super video highlighting everything good about this very important yearly event.

Promotional video of the Fogueres de Sant Joan or Hogueras de San Juan Fiestas in Alicante starts on the 13th and finishes on the 29th June 2013.

The XIV Incursiones Berberiscas or Berber Pirate Fiesta will take place in Los Alcazares from the 28th to the 31st March 2013. During these dates there will be a medieval market, shows and theatrical re-enactments, a pirate encampment, falconry displays, donkey rides and much, much more.

The Nao Victoria is in Cartagena from the 21st to the 30th September 2012. It is a replica of the first ship to circumnavigate the world and can be explored for 3€ per adult and 1€ per child.

Cartagena is a fascinating city to visit at any time of the year, but it is particularly interesting during the Romanos y Carthagineses Fiesta.