Festivities in Alcázar de San Juan

Festivities in Alcázar de San Juan

Moors and Christians (June the 24th): the night of San Juan marks the start of the Summer and Alcázar fills with colours for the Moors and Christians festivity. This festivity lasts three days when the villagers remember their history, turning the village into a colourful and bright stage with wonderful and documented medieval performances.

The well-known "Carnaválcazar" was declared a festivity of Regional Tourist Interest, not only because of the original dates, celebrated between the 26th and 28th of December, but also because of the wonderful colouring and floats used in the parades.

Fair and Festivities: between September the 3rd and the 8th, Alcázar celebrates its local festivities where many events are organized: bullfighting, shows, open-air dances and vermouth dances.

Patron Saint Festivals: Virgen del Rosario is the patron saint in Alcázar de San Juan; this festival is also known as Harvest Festival (1st weekend of October).

Events: Wine Regional Contest in the land of Don Quixote (April), Flavours Fair in the land of Don Quixote (April-May), World Music Festival (August).

More festivities:

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