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The Magdalena Festivities, 75 years lighting up Castellon’s history.

History, tradition, light, and sight. The Magdalena Festivities return one more year to commemorate the  founding origins of Castello de la Plana, a vibrant...

Castelló will vibrate for nine days with its Magdalena Festivities

The multicultural cavalcade of the Pregó, the Romeria de les Canyes (a procession), the Encesa de Gaiates (the switching of the Gaiatas) and the...

Vila-real: Religious heritage, football, and good cuisine

Vila-real, capital of the region of the Plana Baixa and the second population in number of inhabitants of the province of Castellón is a...

October 9. St. Donis

Vaelncian Lovers Day

The first cut of the Ayora honey, a gastronomic and cultural fair

Honey lovers will enjoy this product from October 11th to 14th in Ayora, a locality that has an ingrained tradition in apiculture production. During...

THE HALF YEAR FALLERO

It is known that the fallas committees and entities associated with the josephine festivities have a constant activity during the whole year. in fact,...

September 8, a day marked in the calendars of many Valencian towns

Algemesí, Picanya, Picassent and Chiva are some of the towns that will celebrate this day.

What to Do if a Jellyfish Stings You

Jellyfish are becoming more common on our coasts. The rise in water temperature, the waste spilt to the sea that serves as nutrients, the lack...

The 5 Rituals you must know to celebrate San Juan

Jumping 7 times over the flames will give you, protection all year. That is the belief in Valencia or Alicante. The legend says...
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