Cultural Diary from 15/03/2014

[Celebrations]
Boqueixón
Start date
10/08/2014
End date
10/08/2014
Start hour
09:00
[Celebrations]
Melide
Start date
13/09/2014
End date
13/09/2014
Start hour
12:00
[Celebrations]
Vedra
Start date
25/10/2014
End date
26/10/2014
Start hour
12:00
[Celebrations]
Padrón
Venue
Iglesia de Santa María a Maior de Iria Flavia
Location
Iria Flavia , Padrón, 15917
Start date
03/12/2014
End date
19/12/2014
Start hour
19:00
[Celebrations]
Silleda
Start date
05/12/2014
End date
05/01/2015
Start hour
10:00
[Celebrations]
Arzúa
Start date
08/12/2014
End date
08/12/2014
Start hour
10:00
[Celebrations]
Vedra
Start date
11/12/2014
End date
06/01/2015
Start hour
10:00
[Celebrations]
A Estrada
Start date
20/12/2014
End date
20/12/2014
Start hour
12:00
[Celebrations]
Touro
Start date
21/12/2014
End date
05/01/2015
Start hour
10:00
[Celebrations]
A Estrada
Start date
22/12/2014
End date
22/12/2014
Start hour
12:00
[Celebrations]
A Estrada
Start date
26/12/2014
End date
26/12/2014
Start hour
12:00
[Celebrations]
A Estrada
Start date
05/01/2015
End date
05/01/2015
Start hour
18:30
[Celebrations]
Start date
24/01/2015
End date
24/01/2015
Start hour
13:00
[Celebrations]
Padrón
Start date
14/02/2015
End date
14/02/2015
Start hour
14:00
[Celebrations]
Arzúa
Start date
14/02/2015
End date
17/02/2015
Start hour
17:00
[Celebrations]
Lalín
Start date
16/02/2015
End date
16/02/2015
Start hour
17:30
[Celebrations]
Padrón
Start date
21/02/2015
End date
21/02/2015
Start hour
17:00
[Celebrations]
Arzúa
Start date
26/07/2015
End date
26/07/2015
Start hour
10:30
[Celebrations]
Arzúa

Info available in Spanish and Galician. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Start date
31/01/2016
End date
09/02/2016
[Celebrations]
Vedra

Info available in Spanish and Galician. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Start date
06/02/2016
End date
06/02/2016
[Celebrations]
Padrón

Info available in Spanish and Galician. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Start date
13/02/2016
End date
14/02/2016
Start hour
17:00
[Celebrations]
Padrón

Info available in Spanish and Galician. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Start date
23/02/2016
End date
24/02/2016
[Celebrations]
Arzúa

Info available in Spanish and Galician. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Start date
02/04/2016
End date
03/04/2016
[Celebrations]
Padrón

More info available in Spanish and Galician. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Start date
29/04/2016
End date
20/05/2016
[Celebrations]
Vila de Cruces

Info available in Spanish and Galician. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Start date
07/05/2016
End date
07/05/2016
[Celebrations]
Vedra

Info available in Spanish and Galician. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Start date
13/05/2016
End date
31/05/2016
Start hour
17:00
[Music]
Padrón

More info available in Spanish and Galician. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Start date
14/05/2016
End date
14/05/2016
Start hour
20:00
[Celebrations]
Arzúa

Info available in Spanish and Galician. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Start date
17/05/2016
End date
17/05/2016
Start hour
17:00
[Music]
Padrón

More info available in Spanish and Galician. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Start date
20/05/2016
End date
20/05/2016
Start hour
11:45
[Celebrations]
Padrón

Info available in Spanish and Galician. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Start date
04/06/2016
End date
04/06/2016
Start hour
13:00
[Sport]
Lalín

Info available in Spanish and Galician. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Start date
10/06/2016
End date
11/06/2016
[Celebrations]
Arzúa

Info available in Spanish and Galician. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Start date
22/06/2016
End date
22/06/2016
[Celebrations]
Santiago de Compostela
Silleda, Vedra

This is a special human encounter that will lead us DURING 5 DAYS along the magic route Via de la Plata of the Camino de Santiago. It is a unique experience of introspective journey through the voice, a place of meeting and dialogue for peace, a space of very deep connection with nature and heart.

Start date
22/07/2016
End date
26/07/2016
[Music]
Santiago de Compostela
Silleda, Vedra
Start date
22/07/2016
End date
26/07/2016
[Music]
Silleda
Venue
Área recreativa de A Saleta
Location
A Saleta, Silleda, 36547
Start date
22/07/2016
End date
22/07/2016
Start hour
21:00
[Music]
Silleda
Venue
Área de Recreo del Campo de Gundián
Location
Noveledo 1, Vedra, 15881
Start date
23/07/2016
End date
23/07/2016
Start hour
20:30
[Celebrations]
Touro

Like the 5th of every month, the Municipality of Touro holds its local market, but on this occasion it is devoted especially to the Carnival Festival. A parade featuring the traditional “Xenerais da Ulla” and carnival groups with the festival’s most representative elements.

In this market, held from 9 am to 3 pm, visitors will find a range of agricultural and food products, as well as the customary stalls selling clothes and footwear.

From 11 am to 3 pm, those in attendance can enjoy a traditional Galician-style octopus dish.

PROGRAM 

- 12:00 am. MEETING OF XENERAISA meeting with Xenerais in front of the local government 

- 12:30 am. PARADEMarch through the fair with all the characters of Carnival 

- 1:30 pm. ATRANQUE 

- From 1:00 pm. to 2:30 pm. TASTING OF CARNIVAL PRODUCTS Stand located in front of the church, in the bars and in the houses of food of the local government. 

12.30 am. Campo da festa

GPS: 42º 51´ 5” / 8º 18´ 55“ 


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Start date
05/02/2017
End date
05/02/2017
Start hour
12:00
[Celebrations]
Silleda

The parish of Lamela in Silleda celebrates its traditional carnival with the so-called Xenerais da Ulla perfomance, which  involves a stagin where different characters take part.

- 6.00 pm. Lamela (Silleda) Campo da festa

GPS: 42º 44´ 15” / 8º 19´ 21“ 


Click HERE to see the program


The natural region of A Ulla features an original rural carnaval, whose record goes back to the mid-19 century.

The most important characters are the “xenerais” (generals) and “correos” (dispath raiders) on horseback, who go around the parishes throughout the day “cheering” residents and visitors, accompanied by an “army” of standard bearers, choirs and carnival groups.

They finish by stanging an “atranque” or “alto”, a dialectic confrontation in pairs, which is used to make fun of local, political or social affairs from the previous year.

The “Entroido da Ulla” features small differences from one... read more

Start date
18/02/2017
End date
18/02/2017
Start hour
18:00
[Celebrations]
Vedra

The parish of Vilanova in Vedra celebrates its traditional carnival with the so-called Xenerais da Ulla perfomance, which involves a stagin where different characters take part.

- 6.30 pm. Vilanova (Vedra) Campo da festa de Picón

GPS: 42º 47´ 17.28” / 8º 26´ 34.98“ 


Click HERE to see the program


The natural region of A Ulla features an original rural carnaval, whose record goes back to the mid-19 century.

The most important characters are the “xenerais” (generals) and “correos” (dispath raiders) on horseback, who go around the parishes throughout the day “cheering” residents and visitors, accompanied by an “army” of standard bearers, choirs and carnival groups.

They finish by stanging an “atranque” or “alto”, a dialectic confrontation in pairs, which is used to make fun of local, political or social affairs from the previous year.

The “Entroido da Ulla” features small... read more

Start date
18/02/2017
End date
18/02/2017
Start hour
18:30
[Celebrations]

The parish of Marrozos in Santiago de Compostela celebrates its traditional carnival with the so-called Xenerais da Ulla perfomance, which  involves a stagin where different characters take part.

- 7.00 pm. Marrozos (Santiago de Compostela) Campo da festa

GPS: 42º 50´ 22” / 8º 29´ 50“ 

From 6:00 pm. there will be theatre with big handmade puppets in the street and Xenerais da Ulla's costumes workshops for children. Títeres Cachirulo company take part in these activities.

Click HERE to see all the 2016 calendar


The natural region of A Ulla features an original rural carnaval, whose record goes back to the mid-19 century.

The most important characters are the “xenerais” (generals) and “correos” (dispath raiders) on horseback, who go around the parishes throughout the day... read more

Start date
18/02/2017
End date
18/02/2017
Start hour
19:00
[Celebrations]
Touro

The parish of Bama in Touro celebrates its traditional carnival with the so-called Xenerais da Ulla perfomance, which involves a stagin where different characters take part.

- 4.00 pm. Bama (Touro) Campo da festa

GPS: 42º 52´ 45” / 8º 21´ 58“ 

Click HERE to see the program


The natural region of A Ulla features an original rural carnaval, whose record goes back to the mid-19 century.

The most important characters are the “xenerais” (generals) and “correos” (dispath raiders) on horseback, who go around the parishes throughout the day “cheering” residents and visitors, accompanied by an “army” of standard bearers, choirs and carnival groups.

They finish by stanging an “atranque” or “alto”, a dialectic confrontation in pairs, which is used to make fun of local, political or social affairs from the previous year.

The “Entroido da Ulla” features small differences from one parish to another,... read more

Start date
19/02/2017
End date
19/02/2017
Start hour
16:00
[Celebrations]
Vila de Cruces

The parish of Merza in Vila de Cruces celebrates its traditional carnival with the so-called Xenerais da Ulla perfomance, which involves a stagin where different characters take part.


- 4.30 pm. Merza (Vila de Cruces) Campo da festa

GPS: 42º 46´ 9” / 8º 15´ 34“ 

Click HERE to see the program


The natural region of A Ulla features an original rural carnaval, whose record goes back to the mid-19 century.

The most important characters are the “xenerais” (generals) and “correos” (dispath raiders) on horseback, who go around the parishes throughout the day “cheering” residents and visitors, accompanied by an “army” of standard bearers, choirs and carnival groups.

They finish by stanging an “atranque” or “alto”, a dialectic confrontation in pairs, which is used to make fun of local, political or social affairs from the previous year.

The “Entroido da Ulla” features small differences from... read more

Start date
19/02/2017
End date
19/02/2017
Start hour
16:30
[Celebrations]

The parish of Angrois in Santiago de Compostela celebrates its traditional carnival with the so-called Xenerais da Ulla perfomance, which involves a stagin where different characters take part.

- 7.00 pm. Angrois (Santiago de Compostela) Campo da festa de Soutiño

From 6:00 pm. there will be theatre with big handmade puppets in the street and Xenerais da Ulla's costumes workshops for children. Títeres Cachirulo company take part in these activities.

GPS: 42º 51´ 35” / 8º 31´ 41“ 

Click HERE to see the program


The natural region of A Ulla features an original rural carnaval, whose record goes back to the mid-19 century.

The most important characters are the “xenerais” (generals) and “correos” (dispath raiders) on horseback, who go around the parishes throughout the day... read more

Start date
19/02/2017
End date
19/02/2017
Start hour
19:00
[Celebrations]
Vedra
Start date
25/02/2017
End date
25/02/2017
Start hour
17:00
[Celebrations]
Silleda

The parish of A Bandeira in Silleda celebrates its traditional carnival with the so-called Xenerais da Ulla perfomance, which involves a stagin where different characters take part.

- 5.30 pm. A Bandeira (Silleda) Praza da Feira

GPS: 42º 43´ 49” / 8º 18´ 10“ 

Click HERE to see the program

The natural region of A Ulla features an original rural carnaval, whose record goes back to the mid-19 century.

The most important characters are the “xenerais” (generals) and “correos” (dispath raiders) on horseback, who go around the parishes throughout the day “cheering” residents and visitors, accompanied by an “army” of standard bearers, choirs and carnival groups.

They finish by stanging an “atranque” or “alto”, a dialectic confrontation in pairs, which is used to make fun of local, political or social affairs from the previous year.

The “Entroido da Ulla” features small differences from one parish to... read more

Start date
25/02/2017
End date
25/02/2017
Start hour
17:30
[Celebrations]

The parish of Aríns in Santiago de Compostela celebrates its traditional carnival with the so-called Xenerais da Ulla perfomance, which involves a stagin where different characters take part.


- 6.30 pm. Aríns (Santiago de Compostela) Campo da festa na r/ San Martiño

From 6:00 pm. there will be theatre with big handmade puppets in the street and Xenerais da Ulla's costumes workshops for children. Títeres Cachirulo company take part in these activities.

GPS: 42º 51´ 50” / 8º 30´ 14“ 


Click HERE to see the program.


The natural region of A Ulla features an original rural carnaval, whose record goes back to the mid-19 century.

The most important characters are the “xenerais” (generals) and “correos” (dispath raiders) on... read more

Start date
25/02/2017
End date
25/02/2017
Start hour
18:30
[Celebrations]
Vila de Cruces

The parish of Piloño in Vila de Cruces celebrates its traditional carnival with the so-called Xenerais da Ulla perfomance, which involves a stagin where different characters take part.

- 4.30 pm. Piloño (Vila de Cruces)Campo da festa 

GPS: 42º 47´ 55” / 8º 15´ 31“ 

Click HERE to see the program

The natural region of A Ulla features an original rural carnaval, whose record goes back to the mid-19 century.

The most important characters are the “xenerais” (generals) and “correos” (dispath raiders) on horseback, who go around the parishes throughout the day “cheering” residents and visitors, accompanied by an “army” of standard bearers, choirs and carnival groups.

They finish by stanging an “atranque” or “alto”, a dialectic confrontation in pairs, which is used to make fun of local, political or social affairs from the previous year.

The “Entroido da Ulla” features small... read more

Start date
26/02/2017
End date
26/02/2017
Start hour
16:30
[Celebrations]
A Estrada

The parish of Couso in A Estrada celebrates its traditional carnival with the so-called Xenerais da Ulla perfomance, which involves a stagin where different characters take part.

- 7.00 pm. Couso (A Estrada) Campo da festa 

GPS: 42º 44´ 56.74” / 8º 32´ 52.49“ 

Click HERE to see the program


The natural region of A Ulla features an original rural carnaval, whose record goes back to the mid-19 century.

The most important characters are the “xenerais” (generals) and “correos” (dispath raiders) on horseback, who go around the parishes throughout the day “cheering” residents and visitors, accompanied by an “army” of standard bearers, choirs and carnival groups.

They finish by stanging an “atranque” or “alto”, a dialectic confrontation in pairs, which is used to make fun of local, political or social affairs from the previous year.

The “Entroido da Ulla” features small differences from... read more

Start date
26/02/2017
End date
26/02/2017
Start hour
19:00
[Celebrations]
Vedra

The parish of Trobe in Vedra celebrates its traditional carnival with the so-called Xenerais da Ulla perfomance, which involves a stagin where different characters take part.


- 7.00 pm. Trobe (Vedra) Campo da festa - Local multiusos

GPS: 42º 45´ 57.5” / 8º 30´ 20.4“ 

Click HERE to see the program

The natural region of A Ulla features an original rural carnaval, whose record goes back to the mid-19 century.

The most important characters are the “xenerais” (generals) and “correos” (dispath raiders) on horseback, who go around the parishes throughout the day “cheering” residents and visitors, accompanied by an “army” of standard bearers, choirs and carnival groups.

They finish by stanging an “atranque” or “alto”, a dialectic confrontation in pairs, which is used to make fun of local, political or social affairs from the previous year.

The “Entroido da Ulla” features small differences from one... read more

Start date
26/02/2017
End date
26/02/2017
Start hour
19:00
[Celebrations]

The parish of O Eixo in Santiago de Compostela celebrates its traditional carnival with the so-called Xenerais da Ulla perfomance, which involves a stagin where different characters take part.

- 7.00 pm. O Eixo (Santiago) Carballeira do Souto - Santa Lucía

GPS: 42º 50´ 52.74” / 8º 31´ 25.36“ 

From 6:00 pm. there will be theatre with big handmade puppets in the street and Xenerais da Ulla's costumes workshops for children. Títeres Cachirulo company take part in these activities.

Click HERE to see the program

The natural region of A Ulla features an original rural carnaval, whose record goes back to the mid-19 century.

The most important characters are the “xenerais” (generals) and “correos” (dispath raiders) on horseback, who go around the parishes throughout the day... read more

Start date
26/02/2017
End date
26/02/2017
Start hour
19:00
[Celebrations]
Boqueixón

The parish of Sergude in Boqueixón celebrates its traditional carnival with the so-called Xenerais da Ulla perfomance, which involves a stagin where different characters take part.


- 7.30 pm. Sergude (Boqueixón) Campo da festa 

GPS: 42º 49´ 38” / 8º 27´ 48“ 

Click HERE to see the program

The natural region of A Ulla features an original rural carnaval, whose record goes back to the mid-19 century.

The most important characters are the “xenerais” (generals) and “correos” (dispath raiders) on horseback, who go around the parishes throughout the day “cheering” residents and visitors, accompanied by an “army” of standard bearers, choirs and carnival groups.

They finish by stanging an “atranque” or “alto”, a dialectic confrontation in pairs, which is used to make fun of local, political or social affairs from the previous year.

The “Entroido da Ulla” features small... read more

Start date
26/02/2017
End date
26/02/2017
Start hour
19:30
[Celebrations]
Touro

The parish of Fao in Touro celebrates its traditional carnival with the so-called Xenerais da Ulla perfomance, which involves a stagin where different characters take part.

- 4.00 pm. Fao (Touro) Campo da festa

GPS: 42º 50´ 53” / 8º 17´ 58“ 

Click HERE to see the program

The natural region of A Ulla features an original rural carnaval, whose record goes back to the mid-19 century.

The most important characters are the “xenerais” (generals) and “correos” (dispath raiders) on horseback, who go around the parishes throughout the day “cheering” residents and visitors, accompanied by an “army” of standard bearers, choirs and carnival groups.

They finish by stanging an “atranque” or “alto”, a dialectic confrontation in pairs, which is used to make fun of local, political or social affairs from the previous year.

The “Entroido da Ulla” features small differences from one parish to another, each of... read more

Start date
28/02/2017
End date
28/02/2017
Start hour
16:00
[Celebrations]
A Estrada

The local government of Estrada celebrates its traditional carnival with the so-called Xenerais da Ulla perfomance, which involves a stagin where different characters take part.

- 7.30 pm. A Estrada. Campo da festa

GPS: 42º 41´ 25.43” / 8º 29´ 11.83“ 

Click HERE to see the program

The natural region of A Ulla features an original rural carnaval, whose record goes back to the mid-19 century.

The most important characters are the “xenerais” (generals) and “correos” (dispath raiders) on horseback, who go around the parishes throughout the day “cheering” residents and visitors, accompanied by an “army” of standard bearers, choirs and carnival groups.

They finish by stanging an “atranque” or “alto”, a dialectic confrontation in pairs, which is used to make fun of local, political or social affairs from the previous year.

The “Entroido da Ulla” features small differences from one parish to... read more

Start date
28/02/2017
End date
28/02/2017
Start hour
19:30
[Celebrations]
Vedra

The parish of San Xián de Sales in Vedra celebrates its traditional carnival with the so-called Xenerais da Ulla perfomance, which involves a stagin where different characters take part.

- 7.00 pm. San Xián de Sales (Vedra) Campo da festa

GPS: 42º 48´ 55.4” / 8º 30´ 41.4“ 

Click HERE to see the program


The natural region of A Ulla features an original rural carnaval, whose record goes back to the mid-19 century.

The most important characters are the “xenerais” (generals) and “correos” (dispath raiders) on horseback, who go around the parishes throughout the day “cheering” residents and visitors, accompanied by an “army” of standard bearers, choirs and carnival groups.

They finish by stanging an “atranque” or “alto”, a dialectic confrontation in pairs, which is used to make fun of local, political or social affairs from the previous year.

The “Entroido da Ulla” features... read more

Start date
04/03/2017
End date
04/03/2017
Start hour
19:00
[Celebrations]
A Estrada

The parish of Arnois in A Estrada celebrates its traditional carnival with the so-called Xenerais da Ulla perfomance, which involves a stagin where different characters take part.

- 7.00 pm. Arnois (A Estrada) Campo da festa

GPS: 42º 45.51´ 4” / 8º 24´ 28“ 

Click HERE to see the program

The natural region of A Ulla features an original rural carnaval, whose record goes back to the mid-19 century.

The most important characters are the “xenerais” (generals) and “correos” (dispath raiders) on horseback, who go around the parishes throughout the day “cheering” residents and visitors, accompanied by an “army” of standard bearers, choirs and carnival groups.

They finish by stanging an “atranque” or “alto”, a dialectic confrontation in pairs, which is used to make fun of local, political or social affairs from the previous year.

The “Entroido da Ulla” features small differences from one parish to... read more

Start date
04/03/2017
End date
04/03/2017
Start hour
19:00
[Celebrations]
A Estrada

The parish of Santeles in A Estrada celebrates its traditional carnival with the so-called Xenerais da Ulla perfomance, which involves a stagin where different characters take part.

- 7.00 pm. Santeles (A Estrada) Campo da festa

GPS: 42º 44´ 24.13” / 8º 29´ 26.682“ 

Click HERE to see the program


The natural region of A Ulla features an original rural carnaval, whose record goes back to the mid-19 century.

The most important characters are the “xenerais” (generals) and “correos” (dispath raiders) on horseback, who go around the parishes throughout the day “cheering” residents and visitors, accompanied by an “army” of standard bearers, choirs and carnival groups.

They finish by stanging an “atranque” or “alto”, a dialectic confrontation in pairs, which is used to make fun of local, political or social affairs from the previous year.

The “Entroido da Ulla” features small differences from... read more

Start date
04/03/2017
End date
04/03/2017
Start hour
19:00
[Celebrations]
Vila de Cruces

The parish of Salgueiros in Vila de Cruces celebrates its traditional carnival with the so-called Xenerais da Ulla perfomance, which involves a stagin where different characters take part.

- 4.00 pm. Salgueiros (Vila de Cruces) Campo da festa

GPS: 42º 49´ 2” / 8º 15´ 42“ 

Click HERE to see the program

The natural region of A Ulla features an original rural carnaval, whose record goes back to the mid-19 century.

The most important characters are the “xenerais” (generals) and “correos” (dispath raiders) on horseback, who go around the parishes throughout the day “cheering” residents and visitors, accompanied by an “army” of standard bearers, choirs and carnival groups.

They finish by stanging an “atranque” or “alto”, a dialectic confrontation in pairs, which is used to make fun of local, political or social affairs from the previous year.

The “Entroido da Ulla” features small differences from... read more

Start date
05/03/2017
End date
05/03/2017
Start hour
16:00
[Celebrations]
A Estrada

The parish of Santeles in A Estrada celebrates its traditional carnival with the so-called Xenerais da Ulla perfomance, which involves a stagin where different characters take part.

- 7.00 pm. Santeles (A Estrada) Campo da festa

GPS: 42º 44´ 24.13” / 8º 29´ 26.682“ 

Click HERE to see the program


The natural region of A Ulla features an original rural carnaval, whose record goes back to the mid-19 century.

The most important characters are the “xenerais” (generals) and “correos” (dispath raiders) on horseback, who go around the parishes throughout the day “cheering” residents and visitors, accompanied by an “army” of standard bearers, choirs and carnival groups.

They finish by stanging an “atranque” or “alto”, a dialectic confrontation in pairs, which is used to make fun of local, political or social affairs from the previous year.

The “Entroido da Ulla” features small differences from... read more

Start date
05/03/2017
End date
05/03/2017
Start hour
19:00