Spain is a country filled with holidays and festivities. We look forward to crossing many of these festivals off our list.

We want to enjoy and experience several of their well known and not so well known festivals. Keep coming back to this list to read more and check out our opinion on these.

January

  • Dia de los Reyes Magos  (6th and 7th) around Spain
  • Reconquista de Granada (2nd) in Granada
  • Gastrofestival Madrid (26th to Feb 10th) in Madrid

February

  • Carnaval de Cadiz (28th to March 10th) in Cadiz
  • Carnaval de Jerez (22nd to Feb oth) in Jerez

March

  • Festival Las Fallas (15th to the 19th) in Valencia
  • Carnaval de Madrid (1st to the 6th) in Madrid

April

  • Holy week (14th to the 21st) in Sevilla

May

  • Festival de los Patios in Cordoba
  • Feria de Sevilla (May 4th) in Sevilla
  • Feria de caballos (11th to 18th) in Jerez
  • Feria San Isidro ((10th to the 19th) in Madrid

June

  • Saint Johns eve (start of summer) bonfires
  • The wine battle (29th) Rioja

July

  • San Fermin – Running of the bulls (6th to the 14th) Pamplona

August

  • La Tomatina (28th) in Bunol
  • Feria de Malaga (10th to the 17th)
  • Fiesta Major de Gracia in Barcelona
  • Festival 3 cultures in Frigiliana

September

October

  • Day of the Valencian community (9th) in Valencia

November

  • All Saints Day (1st) All around the country

December

  • Christmas (25th)

****This list doesn’t have all the Spanish festivals only the very popular ones and the ones that we want to go check out.

Stay tuned,

Alannah