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Festivals & Fiestas of the Costa Blanca  Spain is the home of the fiesta. Find out about the origins, and what to expect from each of the main the annual calendar of the Costa Blanca towns and villages.Spain is known for its festivals (fiestas) many of which originated in religious events but have evolved to be a more general celebrations. Every city, town and village has its own festival which includes feasting, colourful processions, fireworks and partying. Here is an introduction to the most significant fiestas in the annual Costa Blanca calendar.Semana Santa - Holy WeekEaster week is the most important Catholic tradition of the year in Spain. It begins on Domingo de Ramos (Palm Sunday) and ends on Lunes de Pascua (Easter Monday).There are street processions with colourful confetti and a carnival atmosphere every night on the Costa Blanca where religious icons are paraded through the streets, in  re-enactments of the passion of Christ. While celebrations take place all over the coast, noteworthy processions are: 


Christmas in Spainis a family affair with Noche Buena (Christmas Eve) a very quiet night when all families get together for dinner. After midnight on Noche Vieja (New Years Eve) is as raucous in Madrid's cities as elsewhere in Europe.


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