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March is the month to enjoy Valencian festivities
Publicado 14 de February de 2019 por admin
Popular party lovers are lucky!, during this month of March we have unforgettable dates in the Valencian community, where Fallas in Valencia and Magdalena in Castellón , the latter one less famous but also less overcrowded, take place the same week in the calendar. Anyone who enjoys parties, beach and sun and the nice gastronomy of this land, will love to come, between 15th and 30th March, is the perfect period to meet the best of the Valencian popular parties
Even though “mascletás” (firework shows) start days before, the real party days are from 15th to 19th March, 5 days to discover the fervor of the Valencian´s and how they live this popular week in the year. A visit to this city during their famous parties will let us discover the spectacular monuments that fill beautiful streets and squares, go to a firework show and for sure; enjoy the party in the street as only the valencian´s know how to.
Magdalena popular Party – Castellón
MAGDALENA POPULAR PARTY IN CASTELLON: This one in Castellón are less known and crowded, but without any doubt this week lets the visitor meet and integrate with this town on the Costa Azahar. This year the party week will be from 23rd to 31st March, 9 awesome days where the people can enjoy firework shows, typical parades and processions, taste gastronomy fairs and meet the popular “Gaiatas” Lights monuments.
The proximity of both popular parties in the calendar makes it perfectly possible to meet and enjoy both places and enjoy a few days in this Mediterranean area in the Valencian community. Malco has a large fleet of vehicles available in Castellón and Valencia airports and also in the towns of Castellón and Manises, only minutes from Valencia.
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