Find details of Fiestas on the Costa Blanca, Spain - Fiesta Calendar 2017
Information about 2018 Fiesta Events in Moraira and Teulada, Spain.
The Voramar Street Jazz & Kids Festival in Moraira involves live music concerts in the streets of Moraira and Teulada in a Street Jazz Festival to remember! The festival is held in collaboration with the dance school, "La Marina Lindy Hop".
The Fiesta of Santa Catalina is celebrated in Teulada.
Fiestas in Moraira: Find here the Fiesta Programme for Three Kings fiesta in Moraira and Teulada.
This 2019 Moraira Fiesta is in honour of Sant Antoni and is held every January in Moraira, Costa Blanca, Spain.
This Moraria Fiesta is a religious festival held in honour of "Sant Vincent Ferrer". The event is organised by the town of Teulada and the Moraira-Teulada Tourist Office.
The Easter period is an important traditional period of Fiesta in Moraira, Spain, and includes many traditional processions and festivities around Easter.
Fiestas in Moraira: The Moors and Christians Fiesta is a spectacular fiesta in Moraira, Spain, with parades and concerts in June 2019.
This Moraira Fiesta is called the "Fiestas de la Font Santa" and takes place every June/July in the town of Teulada, Costa Blanca, Spain.
Moraira will be celebrating the 'Virgen de los Desamparados' and the 'Virgen del Carmen' during an annual fiesta in July 2019. See the full schedule of activities here.
This 2019 Moraira Fiesta takes place in Benimarco and usually involves food, drink, live music, holy mass, fireworks, and other activities. Find the full programme for the Benimarco "San Jaime" Fiesta 2018 here.
This 2019 Moraira Fiesta is held in Calle Calvo Sotelo in Teulada and involves supper in the street, a "Mass Campaña", a nighttime fiesta, and bull running.
This 2018 Moraira Fiesta is hosted every year in Teulada and includes the Wine Harvest Parade and Folk dancing.
This Moraira Fiesta is in honour of the "Divina Pastora" (the Divine Shepherdess), and is held in Teulada, Spain. The fiesta involves the annual meeting of singers that sing traditional Spanish songs in many modalities and styles.