The Murcia Spring Festival has been declared a Festival of International Tourist Interest. This year the festival will be held from April 17 to 24, beginning on Easter Sunday at the end of Holy Week. Then Murcia dresses up and celebrates the beginning of spring and the end of Lent. The most symbolic festivities are the procession “Bando de la Huerta”, the battle of flowers “Batalla de las Flores” and the symbolic burial of the sardine “Entierro de la Sardina”.
Legendary rockers The Rolling Stones will be performing a one night only gig in Spain in the spring as part of an anniversary tour. But still probably one of the longest-running bands on the planet, Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood and Keith Richards have just announced their world SIXTY tour to celebrate the Rolling Stones’ landmark anniversary of as many years. The trio, now aged 78 (Mick and Keith) and 74 (Ronnie), will be playing live in 10 countries, but with their début SIXTY performance in Madrid. They will hit the Wanda Metropolitan Centre on 1st June, with all-new production and a new design of their iconic lips-and-tongue logo. This June will see the Stones back in Madrid for the first time in eight years – their last visit was in 2014 as part of their On Fire tour.
We leave you some of the wonders that our province houses. If you already know them, it is always a good time to visit them again and if you still do not know them, you can start preparing your next getaway.
Altea, Isla de Tabarca, Fuentes del Algar en Callosa de Ensarriá, Dunas de Guardamar, Huerto del Cura Elche, Guadalest, Torre de les Maçanes (Torremanzanas), Peñón de Ifach en Calpe, Barrio de la Santa Cruz en Alicante, Torre de la Calahorra en Elche.
Its objective is focused on emphasizing the importance of the use of indicators for smart planning and management, taking as a reference the system of indicators developed by Invat tur within the framework of the strategy led by Turisme Comunitat Valenciana and used by currently the destinations that are part of the Network of Smart Tourist Destinations of the Valencian Community (made up of 97 destinations). The results of the research show the need for destinations to plan their evolution within a framework of intelligent management hand in hand with indicators of sustainability, governance, accessibility, innovation, marketing and tourist information, areas that in turn constitute the challenges they face. current destinations
Calle Puchalt in Calpe’s old town has many things to offer: with its steps painted in the colors of the Spanish flag, it has long been a tourist attraction and Instagram hit. And look back on a long history.
It means that tourists from third countries (non-EU/EEA) who have recovered from Covid-19 in the past six months can now visit Spain even if they are not fully vaccinated or if their Covid vaccination certificate has expired because they haven’t had a booster shot.
Javea town hall is installing free wi-fi points in the historic town centre and the Duanes and Arenal areas.