Cultural Diary with category "Fiestas"

[Fiestas]
Santiago de Compostela's Carnival 2006 programme begins with parades, street entertainment, children's workshops, etc. Sat. 25th: 12.30 to 2 pm: fancy dress workshops. Praza do Toural. 1 pm: street entertainment. 5 to 7.30 pm: fancy dress workshops. Praza do Toural. 8 pm. "Meco" parade from Praza do Toural to Pazo de Bendeña. 8.30 pm. Carnival opening speech. Praza do Toural. Sun. 26th: 12.30 to 2.30 pm: Fancy dress workshop. Praza do Toural. 1 pm: Street entertainment. 5 pm. Children's fancy dress festival. Sala Capitol. Mon. 27th: 5 to 8 pm. Fancy dress workshops. Praza do Toural. 9 pm: Franky Torres Orchestra. Praza do Toural. Tue. 28th: 5.30 pm: Carnival parade from train station to Avenida Xoán Carlos I. 7.30 pm: Noche de Estrellas Orchestra. Praza Roxa. 9 pm: Prize-giving ceremony. Praza Roxa. Wed. 1st: 8.30 pm. "Meco" parade from Praza do Toural to Praza Roxa. Burning of "Meco". Street entertainment in Praza Roxa featuring Ponteceso Music Band and Sapristi Theatre.
Start date
25/02/2006
End date
01/03/2006
Start hour
00:00
Free
1
[Fiestas]
The Intermón-Oxfam foundation organises a day of games, stories and other activities for the 12th Solidarity Fiesta. A celebration that is linked to an anniversary: 50 years working in favour of the underprivileged. The foundation's priorities have not changed throughout all these years: it is still committed to peace and justice with the objective of enabling everybody to live a decent life.
Venue
Praza do Toural
Location
Start date
07/05/2006
End date
07/05/2006
Start hour
00:00
Schedule
00:00:00
Free
1
[Fiestas]
The Plaza del Obradoiro will be the venue of the traditional exhibition of vintage cars.
Start date
30/07/2006
End date
30/07/2006
Start hour
00:00
Schedule
00:00:00
[Fiestas]
Solemn mass in the San Roque´s Church of the Vow that the city makes to the saint with the participation of municpal representatives. The tradition goes back to the year 1517 when several plagues affected the city.
Start date
16/08/2006
End date
16/08/2006
Start hour
00:00
Schedule
00:00:00
Free
1
[Fiestas]

Rúa do Espíritu Santo celebrates its local festival with streets parades, a vermouth session and music. Activities begin at 10 am and continue until the 10.30 pm concert by Os Estalotes and The Turre's Band.

Start date
09/09/2006
End date
09/09/2006
Start hour
10:00
Schedule
10:00:00
[Fiestas]
The Church celebrates All Saints' Day and the city offers its own confectionery: 'huesos de santo' (tube-shaped marzipan with a sweet filling) and 'buñuelos' (balls of flour and milk fried in olive oil and filled with confectioner's cream.
Start date
01/11/2006
End date
01/11/2006
Start hour
00:00
Schedule
00:00:00
[Fiestas]
In Galicia, Carnival is called Antroido or Entroido, which refers to the fact that it is immediately followed by Lent. Before the arrival of this time of abstinence, Santiago lives these days of pagan festivities among parades, fancy dress, satirical humour and a slight touch of transgression. Carnival in Santiago Although some of the celebrations related to this event have almost disappeared from urban memory, the Carnival in still alive in Santiago thanks to the enthusiasm of residents, schools and street bands, who readily participate in parades on two key dates: Shrove Tuesday and Ash Wednesday. Holiday (Shrove Tuesday) The Carnival Festival continues. During the week, in Galicia it is traditional to sample typical products in large quantities, in preparation for the religious fasting that follows the Carnival Festival. The typical dish of these days is 'cocido' or stew, made up of pork (shoulder, chorizos or 'cacheira,' the pig's head), accompanied by boiled potatoes and 'grelos' (turnip leaves). Typical desserts include 'filloas' (crepes made with wheat flour and lard) and 'orellas' (fried 'ears'). Traditional Mardi Gras Parade. The Carnival Festival combines... read more
Start date
16/02/2007
End date
21/02/2007
Start hour
00:00
Schedule
00:00:00
[Fiestas]

Ancient festival based on the auctioning of pig's trotters as an affering to the saint. This one of Compostela's most popular and traditional festivals. It is followed the next day by the Pig's Trotters Festival, when those in attendance sample the pig's trotters auctioned on the previous day. After the auctioning of the pig's trotters, they are now coocked and accompanied by cabbage 'bertóns,' an exclusive recipe from this neighbourhood that is also available in different restaurants. There is also music and dancing in the evening.

Start date
21/03/2015
End date
23/03/2015
Start hour
10:00
Schedule
10:00:00
[Fiestas]
The Ascension Festival is, along with the 'Apóstol' one, the most popular with Compostela's residents. The city is full of recreational and cultural activities, macro-concerts, street entertainment, 'cabezudos' (big heads), theatre, fair in Alameda Park, big wheel, octopus in the Santa Susana 'Carballeira' (oak grove), during a celebration that livens up the city, especially due to the participation of thousands of students before their final exams. The Ascension Festival also features a traditional horse show with equestrian exhibitions in the Amio showground.
Start date
15/05/2007
End date
20/05/2007
Start hour
00:00
Schedule
00:00:00
[Fiestas]
The Ascension Festival is, along with the 'Apóstol' one, the most popular with Compostela's residents. The city is full of recreational and cultural activities, macro-concerts, street entertainment, 'cabezudos' (big heads), theatre, fair in Alameda Park, big wheel, octopus in the Santa Susana 'Carballeira' (oak grove), during a celebration that livens up the city, especially due to the participation of thousands of students before their final exams. The Ascension Festival also features a traditional horse show with equestrian exhibitions in the Amio showground.
Start date
20/05/2007
End date
20/05/2007
Start hour
00:00
Schedule
00:00:00
[Fiestas]
The Ascension Festival is, along with the 'Apóstol' one, the most popular with Compostela's residents. The city is full of recreational and cultural activities, macro-concerts, street entertainment, 'cabezudos' (big heads), theatre, fair in Alameda Park, big wheel, octopus in the Santa Susana 'Carballeira' (oak grove), during a celebration that livens up the city, especially due to the participation of thousands of students before their final exams. The Ascension Festival also features a traditional horse show with equestrian exhibitions in the Amio showground.
Start date
16/05/2007
End date
16/05/2007
Start hour
00:00
Schedule
00:00:00
[Fiestas]
The Conxo socio-cultural centre celebrates the beginning of summer and the San Juan festival with different activities, including the burning of a bonfire at 10.30 pm.
Start date
22/06/2007
End date
23/06/2007
Start hour
00:00
Schedule
00:00:00
Free
1
[Fiestas]

Comienzan las fiestas de uno de los barrios más antiguos y más vivos de Compostela: o Barrio da San Pedro. Durante tres días visitantes y compostelanos podrán disfrutar de actuaciones, pasacalles, conciertos... y, por supuesto, verbena con orquesta. PROGRAMA: MIÉRCOLES 27 DE JUNIO: 22 h. Praciña de San Pedro Héctor Lorenzo en la guitarra y Najla Shami poniendo la voz recorrerán su repertorio de bossa novas y temas de jazz, para abrir con este concierto el programa de las Fiestas del Barrio de San Pedro. JUEVES 28 DE JUNIO: Horario por determinar. Colexio Alborada: Grupo Carauta Teatro: 'A cantante Calva' 20:30 h. IV Encuentro de Corales en el Auditorio del Museo do Pobo Galego con: Coral A Ruliña de Laraño Coral Alfaia das Fontiñas Coral A Xuntanza 22 h. Porta do Camiño: 'Foliada-Churrascada' con: Lúa de Fouce Brincadeira Radio Cos VIERNES 29 DE JUNIO: Horario por determinar. Rúa de San Pedro: Pasacalles con Os Veraneantes. Horario por determinar. Colexio Alborada: Grupo Carauta Teatro: 'A cantante Calva'. 21 h. Cruceiro de San Pedro: Brincadeira y cabezudos. 22 h.... read more

Start date
27/06/2007
End date
01/07/2007
Start hour
10:00
Schedule
10:00:00
[Fiestas]
The city's biggest festival begins officially with an opening speech followed by a free concert featuring a singer of 'Operación Triunfo' programme, Soraya.
Start date
13/07/2007
End date
13/07/2007
Start hour
00:00
Schedule
00:00:00
Free
1
[Fiestas]
The city's most popular festival has begun with a full programme of activities, featuring a concert by SERRAT & SABINA in Praza do Obradoiro (tickets: 30 euros).
Start date
14/07/2007
End date
14/07/2007
Start hour
00:00
Schedule
00:00:00
[Fiestas]
The city's most popular festival has begun with a full programme. 18-21 h. Alameda. FERRADURA ABERTA: 21 h. Alameda. 'Noites na Alameda': Carpa con música caribeña, salsa, merengue, cumbia e clases de baile. 20:30 h. Praza de Quintana. 'Xornadas de folclore galego': ULTREIA. Santiago. BILITROQUE. Carballo. TROMPOS OS PES. Marín. COLEXIATA DO SAR. Santiago. 22:30 h. Praza do Toural. 'Música tradicional no Toural': PRADAIRO.
Start date
17/07/2007
End date
17/07/2007
Start hour
00:00
Schedule
00:00:00
Free
1
[Fiestas]
The city's most popular festival has begun with a full programme. 18-21 h. Alameda. FERRADURA ABERTA: 21 h. Alameda. 'Noites na Alameda': Carpa con música caribeña, salsa, merengue, cumbia e clases de baile. 20:30 h. Praza de Quintana. 'Xornadas de folclore galego': ULTREIA. Santiago. BILITROQUE. Carballo. TROMPOS OS PES. Marín. COLEXIATA DO SAR. Santiago. 22:30 h. Praza do Toural. 'Música tradicional no Toural': PRADAIRO.
Start date
18/07/2007
End date
18/07/2007
Start hour
00:00
Schedule
00:00:00
Free
1
[Fiestas]
The city's most popular festival has begun with a full programme. 18-21 h. Alameda. FERRADURA ABERTA: 21 h. Alameda. 'Noites na Alameda': Carpa con música caribeña, salsa, merengue, cumbia e clases de baile. 20:30 h. Praza de Quintana. 'Xornadas de folclore galego': ULTREIA. Santiago. BILITROQUE. Carballo. TROMPOS OS PES. Marín. COLEXIATA DO SAR. Santiago. 22:30 h. Praza do Toural. 'Música tradicional no Toural': PRADAIRO.
Start date
20/07/2007
End date
20/07/2007
Start hour
00:00
Schedule
00:00:00
Free
1
[Fiestas]
The city's most popular festival has begun with a full programme. 18-21 h. Alameda. FERRADURA ABERTA: 21 h. Alameda. 'Noites na Alameda': Carpa con música caribeña, salsa, merengue, cumbia e clases de baile. 20:30 h. Praza de Quintana. 'Xornadas de folclore galego': ULTREIA. Santiago. BILITROQUE. Carballo. TROMPOS OS PES. Marín. COLEXIATA DO SAR. Santiago. 22:30 h. Praza do Toural. 'Música tradicional no Toural': PRADAIRO.
Start date
21/07/2007
End date
21/07/2007
Start hour
00:00
Schedule
00:00:00
Free
1
[Fiestas]
The city's most popular festival continues with a multimedia son et lumière show projected onto the Cathedral façade, including the traditional 'burning' of the Gothic façade and a city-wide fireworks display. Full programme. 18-21 h. Alameda. FERRADURA ABERTA: 21 h. Alameda. 'Noites na Alameda': Carpa con música caribeña, salsa, merengue, cumbia e clases de baile. 20:30 h. Praza de Quintana. 'Xornadas de folclore galego': ULTREIA. Santiago. BILITROQUE. Carballo. TROMPOS OS PES. Marín. COLEXIATA DO SAR. Santiago. 22:30 h. Praza do Toural. 'Música tradicional no Toural': PRADAIRO.
Start date
24/07/2007
End date
24/07/2007
Start hour
00:00
Schedule
00:00:00
Free
1
[Fiestas]
The city's most popular festival has begun with a full programme. 17 h. Paseo da Ferradura (Alameda): Final do Campionato feminino e masculino de chave 20 h. Praza das Praterías: Concurso de traxes de época e automóbiles antigos. 23.00 h. Praza da Quintana 'Compostela Festival'. Concierto de ESTRELLA MORENTE. 23 h. Prazado Toural 'Música no Toural'. Concierto de RUMBO KALAÑA.
Start date
28/07/2007
End date
28/07/2007
Start hour
00:00
Schedule
00:00:00
Free
1
[Fiestas]
The city's most popular festival has begun with a full programme. 13 h. Praza do Obradoiro: Exposición de automóviles antiguos. 20 h. Praza das Praterías: Concierto de la Banda juvenil LA LIRA de Cheste-Valencia. 22 h. Paseo Central da Alameda Verbena con la orquesta CICLÓN.
Start date
29/07/2007
End date
29/07/2007
Start hour
00:00
Schedule
00:00:00
Free
1
[Fiestas]
The city's most popular festival has begun with a full programme. 22 h. Paseo central da Alameda: Verbena con la orquesta Jocars. 23 h. Música no Toural: Concierto de PABLO SEOANE (Música tradicional).
Start date
30/07/2007
End date
30/07/2007
Start hour
00:00
Schedule
00:00:00
Free
1
[Fiestas]
The city's most popular festival has begun with a full programme. 13 h. Animación de rúa: Grupos de gaiteiros. 21 h. Música no Toural: Concierto del grupo de Mariachis Sol de mi tierra. 22 h. Paseo Central da Alameda: Verbena con la orquestra PARÍS. 23 h. Escalinata do Campus Sur Universitario: Fogos fin de festa. 23:30 h. Praza da Quintana: 'Compostela Festival': DIOS SALVE A LA REINA. TRIBUTO A QUEEN.
Start date
31/07/2007
End date
31/07/2007
Start hour
00:00
Schedule
00:00:00
Free
1
[Fiestas]
Big university party for students from Galicia's seven campuses.
Venue
Location
Start date
30/11/2007
End date
30/11/2007
Start hour
00:00
Schedule
00:00:00
Anticipated price
5.00
Price at the door
5.00
[Fiestas]
Santiago gets in a carnival mood, during 5 days, to celebrate the arrival of Lent. The city will be full of festivities featuring street parades, fancy dress, street bands and workshops for making costumes and masks.
Start date
02/02/2008
End date
06/02/2008
Start hour
00:00
[Fiestas]
The Carnival festival begins with the traditional Meco parade along with theatre, music and fancy dress workshops. The workshops begin at 12.30-2 pm in Plaza del Toural in the company of monitors, while the Meco parade will leave Plaza de Cervantes at 8 pm. The opening speech of the festival will be given by the actors CAMILA BOSSA, IOLANDA MUÍÑOS and LUÍS ZAHERA in Plaza del Toural at 8.30 pm.
Start date
02/02/2008
End date
02/02/2008
Start hour
00:00
[Fiestas]
The Carnival festival continues with a Sunday programme aimed at young ones with a Children´s Fancy Dress Competition, which will be held at 6 pm in the Sala Capitol. There will also be fancy dress workshops from 12.30-2.30 pm in Plaza del Toural and a lot more throughout the day.
Start date
03/02/2008
End date
03/02/2008
Start hour
00:00
[Fiestas]
The Carnival festival reaches its third day with fancy dress workshops and a fancy dress ball featuring the Cunter´s orchestra in the Sala Capitol at 11 pm (admission free, tickets can be picked up at the Teatro Principal).
Start date
04/02/2008
End date
04/02/2008
Start hour
00:00
[Fiestas]
The time has come for the main Carnival event the Mardi Gras Parade through the city´s main streets. The parade leaves the train station at 5.30 pm, ending in the Alameda park at 9 pm with a prize-giving ceremony.
Start date
05/02/2008
End date
05/02/2008
Start hour
00:00
[Fiestas]
The popular Ascension Festival begins, filling the city with recreational and cultural events until May 4, including a bike race, amusements in the Alameda and a horse show.
Start date
30/04/2008
End date
04/05/2008
Start hour
00:00
[Fiestas]
The Ascension Festival begins with a variety of events for all tastes, including a concert featuring Cornelius, Ragdog, DJ Sash and DJ Jesse García in the Campus Sur at 11 pm.
Start date
30/04/2008
End date
30/04/2008
Start hour
00:00
[Fiestas]
The Ascension Festival continues with a range of music and sports events, including a pop concert with M-Clan in the Campus Sur at 11 pm.
Start date
01/05/2008
End date
01/05/2008
Start hour
00:00
[Fiestas]
The Ascension Festival presents events for children and `chave´enthusiasts with a Safari Party in the Alameda at 6 pm and a reggae concert in Praza do Toural at 11 pm.
Start date
02/05/2008
End date
02/05/2008
Start hour
00:00
[Fiestas]
The Ascension Festival continues with a party for senior citizens and a concert by the Alcotón Orchestra in the Alameda at 10 pm.
Start date
03/05/2008
End date
03/05/2008
Start hour
00:00
[Fiestas]
The Ascenscion Festival comes to an end with 'Do re mi Mozart xoga aquí', a puppet show by Títeres Cachirulo.
Start date
04/05/2008
End date
04/05/2008
Start hour
00:00
[Fiestas]
The city celebrates the shortest night in the year, on the eve of St. John´s Day. Each neighbourhood prepares its `cacharela´or bonfire to keep the evil `meigas´away.
Start date
23/06/2008
End date
23/06/2008
Start hour
00:00
Schedule
00:00:00
[Fiestas]
The biggest festival of the year arrives with concerts by internatinally renowned artists, music shows and a lot more for all ages, including the traditional fireworks display on July 24.
Start date
18/07/2008
End date
31/07/2008
Start hour
00:00
[Fiestas]
The TV presenter and writer Boris Izaquirre will officially begin the Apóstolo festival with an opening speech at 11 pm, followed by a concert featuring Carlos Baute (admission free).
Start date
18/07/2008
End date
18/07/2008
Start hour
00:00
[Fiestas]
The Apóstol Festival continues with a great variety of music, ranging from Brazil´s Caetano Veloso and Cuba´s 'Orlando y su orquesta' to 1960s Galician pop with Niño y Pistola.
Start date
21/07/2008
End date
21/07/2008
Start hour
00:00
[Fiestas]
The traditional Chave throwing competition will take place in Alameda Park on July 22 and 23 at 8.30 pm. There will also be music in the park with Los Caporales (Mexico), César Xacaré (Brazil) and 'Orlando y su orquesta' (Cuba).
Start date
22/07/2008
End date
22/07/2008
Start hour
00:00
[Fiestas]
Compostela celebrates the 30th Galician Costume Day, organised by the Galician Costume Association, with locals filling the streets and squares dressed in traditional attire. At 11.30 pm, in Praza da Quintana, there will be a concert by the Joyful Gospel Choir.
Start date
23/07/2008
End date
23/07/2008
Start hour
00:00
[Fiestas]
On the eve of St. James´Day, the city is full of street entertainment, children´s activities and concerts, leading up to the spectacular fireworks display in Praza do Obradoiro at 11.30 pm.
Start date
24/07/2008
End date
24/07/2008
Start hour
00:00
[Fiestas]
Compostela celebrates Galicia Day and St. James´Day with the traditional Apostle James Trust procession, followed by solemn mass and the national offering.
Start date
25/07/2008
End date
25/07/2008
Start hour
00:00
[Fiestas]
The Apóstolo festival enters its second weekend with a period costume and antique car competition, as well as the final of the 30th Chave throwing competition.
Start date
26/07/2008
End date
26/07/2008
Start hour
00:00
[Fiestas]
The Municipal Band begins the 10th day of festivities with a traditional music concert at midday in Rúa do Vilar, followed by an exhibition of antique cars in Praza do Obradoiro at 1 pm.
Start date
27/07/2008
End date
27/07/2008
Start hour
00:00
[Fiestas]
Santiago pays tribute to traditional stage arts with the Afro-Cuban dance and music show 'Cuba. El Musical' in Praza da Quintana at 11 pm (admission free).
Start date
28/07/2008
End date
28/07/2008
Start hour
00:00
[Fiestas]
The Apóstol festival continues with another music concert in Praza do Toural at 11.30 pm and a concert by Amaral in Praza do Obradoiro at 11 pm.
Start date
29/07/2008
End date
29/07/2008
Start hour
00:00
[Fiestas]
Santiago gets ready to celebrate, during 5 days, the arrival of Lent: a traditional event featuring fancy dress, street parades, workshops, masquerade ball... The festival will end on Ash Wednesday, at 8.30 pm, with the burning of Meco.
Start date
21/02/2009
End date
25/02/2009
Start hour
00:00
[Fiestas]
The Carnival festival begins with the traditional opening speech and the arrival of Meco at Pazo de Bendaña, from where it will hang until it is burned on Ash Wednesday; starting from 8 pm.
Start date
21/02/2009
End date
21/02/2009
Start hour
00:00
[Fiestas]
The Carnival festivities continue with a Sunday programme especially aimed at young ones: fancy dress competition, workshops, music and dance shows...
Start date
22/02/2009
End date
22/02/2009
Start hour
00:00
[Fiestas]
It´s time for the Carnival festival´s main event at 5.30 pm, the traditional parade featuring floats and street bands along Romero Donallo, Santiago de Chile, Frei Rosendo Salvado, Plaza Roxa, República do Salvador, Hórreo, Senra, and ending in Avda. de Xoán Carlos I.
Start date
24/02/2009
End date
24/02/2009
Start hour
00:00
[Fiestas]
The Carnaval festival comes to an end with the traditional Meco parade along Praza do Toural, Rúa Nova, Rúa do Vilar, Rúa da Senra, Doutor Teixeiro and República do Salvador and ending in Praza Roxa. CLOSING PROGRAMME: 8.30 pm.
Start date
25/02/2009
End date
25/02/2009
Start hour
00:00
[Fiestas]

The long-awaited Ascension Festival begins with a programme of activities for all ages. There will be bagpipes and street bands in the afternoon, followed by a concert in Praza do Toural at midnight featuring the reggae band Black Ghandi.

Start date
20/05/2009
End date
20/05/2009
Start hour
00:00
[Fiestas]
Once again, the Amio Showground hosts a horse fair as part of the Ascension Festival, with official competitions and riding exhibitions starting from 10 am.
Start date
21/05/2009
End date
21/05/2009
Start hour
00:00
[Fiestas]

The Ascension Festival continues with a horse show in the Amio showground during the morning and a noon concert by the municipal music band. In the evening, there will be performances by Nena Daconte and The Jews Brothers Band at 11 pm and midnight respectively.

Start date
21/05/2009
End date
21/05/2009
Start hour
00:00
Schedule
00:00:00
[Fiestas]

Today´s activities include a children´s rock festival, Nancho Novo in the Teatro Principal and the Compostela Skate Festival, as well as the second day of the Ascension bike race.

Start date
22/05/2009
End date
22/05/2009
Start hour
00:00
Schedule
00:00:00
[Fiestas]

Today´s activities include Nancho Novo in the Teatro Principal and Brazil´s Pedro Moraew in O Toural, as well as the second session of Compostela Skate.

Start date
23/05/2009
End date
23/05/2009
Start hour
00:00
Schedule
00:00:00
[Fiestas]
The year´s craziest and most participative party has arrived with the 19th Festa Hortera featuring Radio Kalimera. So open your wardrobe and put on the most outdated clothes you have...
Venue
Location
Rúa de San Lourenzo, 25-71, Santiago de Compostela, 15705
Start date
23/05/2009
End date
23/05/2009
Start hour
00:00
Schedule
00:00:00
Anticipated price
5.00
Price at the door
5.00
[Fiestas]
The city celebrates the shortest night in the year, on the eve of St. John´s Day. Each neighbourhood prepares its `cacharela´or bonfire to keep the evil `meigas´away.
Start date
23/06/2009
End date
23/06/2009
Start hour
00:00
Schedule
00:00:00
Free
1
[Fiestas]
The popular Apóstol Festival begins with an opening speech by the comedian Rober Bodegas in Praza do Obradoiro at 11 pm, followed by a free concert featuring Nuria Fergó.
Start date
17/07/2009
End date
17/07/2009
Start hour
00:00
Free
1
[Fiestas]
The Apóstolo Festival continues with a folk music concert at 10 pm in Praza da Quintana, followed at midnight by a Galician jazz concert in Praza do Toural.
Start date
18/07/2009
End date
18/07/2009
Start hour
00:00
Free
1
[Fiestas]
The Apóstolo Festival continues with a concert by the Municipal Music Band at 12 noon in Rúa do Vilar, followed by a folk music concert in Praza da Quintana at 10 pm.
Start date
19/07/2009
End date
19/07/2009
Start hour
00:00
Free
1
[Fiestas]
Today´s activities include Latin music and dancing in the Alameda park from 8.30 pm to 3 am, as well as batuka fitness activities in Praza da Quintana at 6 pm.
Start date
20/07/2009
End date
20/07/2009
Start hour
00:00
Free
1
[Fiestas]
Endless leisure and cultural activities await residents and visitors alike during the main day of Santiago's Apóstolo 2009 festival, including a cabaret gala at 11 pm in the Alameda park.
Start date
25/07/2009
End date
25/07/2009
Start hour
00:00
Free
1
[Fiestas]
Today's festive programme features activities commemorating the 31st Galician Costume Day, including mass, parades and street exhibitions, as well as several music concerts beginning at 11 pm in Praza da Qintana with Kérkennai.
Start date
26/07/2009
End date
26/07/2009
Start hour
00:00
Free
1
[Fiestas]
The Apóstolo 2009 features acrobats and jugglers this evening, with several free shows in the Alameda park, as well as a concert by Diego el Cigala at 11 pm in Praza da Qintana.
Start date
27/07/2009
End date
27/07/2009
Start hour
00:00
[Fiestas]
The evening brings a variety of artistic and musical events to Compostela as part of the Apóstolo 2009 festival, including the dancer Sara Baras in 'Juana V Centenario, Juana La Loca' at 11 pm in Praza da Quintana.
Start date
28/07/2009
End date
28/07/2009
Start hour
00:00
[Fiestas]
Compostela celebrates Padrón Day with a series of musical events, including Macaco in concert at 10.30 pm in Praza da Quintana.
Start date
29/07/2009
End date
29/07/2009
Start hour
00:00
[Fiestas]
Praza da Quintana and Praza de Toural will host several concerts during the day, including 1980s pop at midnight featuring Julián Hernández (Siniestro Total), Iñaki Fernández (Glutamato ye-yé), Josele Santiago (Los Enemigos), Javier Andreu (La Frontera) and German Coppini (Golpes Bajos).
Start date
30/07/2009
End date
30/07/2009
Start hour
00:00
Free
1
[Fiestas]
Compostela's main festival comes to an end today with countless leisure activities and concerts, including Fangoria in concert at midnight in Praza da Quintana (admission free).
Start date
31/07/2009
End date
31/07/2009
Start hour
00:00
Free
1
[Fiestas]
Fiesta-concert to present the new season of Radio Kalimera (107.9 FM), featuring music, circus, theatre and a few more surprises...
Venue
Location
Rúa de San Lourenzo, 25-71, Santiago de Compostela, 15705
Start date
02/10/2009
End date
02/10/2009
Start hour
00:00
Schedule
00:00:00
Free
1
[Fiestas]
Start date
08/05/2010
End date
08/05/2010
Start hour
00:00
[Fiestas]
Start date
12/05/2010
End date
12/05/2010
Start hour
12:00
[Sport]
Start date
13/05/2010
End date
13/05/2010
Start hour
00:00
[Fiestas]
Start date
13/05/2010
End date
13/05/2010
Start hour
00:00
[Fiestas]
Start date
14/05/2010
End date
14/05/2010
Start hour
00:00
[Fiestas]
Start date
15/05/2010
End date
15/05/2010
Start hour
14:00
[Fiestas]
Start date
16/05/2010
End date
16/05/2010
Start hour
21:30
[Fiestas]
Start date
16/05/2010
End date
16/05/2010
Start hour
10:30
[Fiestas]
Start date
05/03/2011
End date
09/03/2011
[Fiestas]
Start date
05/03/2011
End date
05/03/2011
Start hour
12:00
[Fiestas]

Start date
06/03/2011
End date
06/03/2011
Start hour
12:00
[Fiestas]

Start date
07/03/2011
End date
07/03/2011
Start hour
17:00
[Fiestas]
Start date
08/03/2011
End date
08/03/2011
Start hour
13:00
[Fiestas]
Start date
09/03/2011
End date
09/03/2011
Start hour
20:00
[Fiestas]

Start date
01/06/2011
End date
01/06/2011
Start hour
12:00
[Fiestas]

Start date
02/06/2011
End date
02/06/2011
Start hour
09:30
[Fiestas]

Start date
03/06/2011
End date
03/06/2011
Start hour
20:00
[Fiestas]

Start date
04/06/2011
End date
04/06/2011
Start hour
13:00
[Fiestas]
Start date
05/06/2011
End date
05/06/2011
Start hour
12:00
[Fiestas]
Venue
Parque de San Domingos de Bonaval
Location
Barrio de San Pedro, Santiago de Compostela, 15703
Start date
29/06/2011
End date
03/07/2011
[Fiestas]

Venue
Plaza del Obradoiro
Location
Praza do Obradoiro, Santiago de Compostela, 15705
Start date
24/07/2011
End date
24/07/2011
Start hour
23:30
[Fiestas]

Start date
21/07/2011
End date
21/07/2011
[Fiestas]

Start date
22/07/2011
End date
22/07/2011
[Fiestas]

Start date
23/07/2011
End date
23/07/2011
[Fiestas]
Start date
24/07/2011
End date
24/07/2011
[Fiestas]

Start date
25/07/2011
End date
25/07/2011
[Fiestas]

Start date
26/07/2011
End date
26/07/2011
[Fiestas]

Start date
27/07/2011
End date
27/07/2011
[Fiestas]

Start date
28/07/2011
End date
28/07/2011
[Fiestas]

Start date
29/07/2011
End date
29/07/2011
[Fiestas]
Start date
30/07/2011
End date
30/07/2011
[Fiestas]

Start date
31/07/2011
End date
31/07/2011
[Fiestas]

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

The most important characters are the "xenerais" (generals) and "correos" (dispatch riders) 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 staging 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 which has small defining characteristics that make it unique.

Adorned generals and dispatch riders make up the spectacular nature of this genuine expression of Galicia's traditional carnival.

CALENDAR

* 29/01/2012
- 20.00 h. Rarís (Campo da festa) Concello de Teo GPS: 42º 46' 50.8" / 8º 33' 48.1"

* 05/02/2012
- 12.30 h. Touro (Fonte Díaz) Concello de Touro GPS: 42º 51' 5" / 8º 18' 5"
- 20.00 h. Oza (Campo da festa de Agoso) Concello... read more

Start date
29/01/2012
End date
26/02/2012
[Fiestas]

The natural region of a Ulla features an original rural carnival, whose record goes back to the mid-19th century.
The most important characters are the "xenerais" (generals) and "correos" (dispatch riders) 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 staging 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 which has small defining characteristics that make it unique.
Adorned generals and dispatch riders make up the spectacular nature of this genuine expression of Galicia's traditional carnival.

- 18.30 h. Aríns (Campo da festa, rúa San Martiño)

GPS: 42º 51' 50" / 8º 30' 14"

More info: www.xeneraisdaulla.com

Start date
18/02/2012
End date
18/02/2012
Start hour
18:30
[Fiestas]

The natural region of a Ulla features an original rural carnival, whose record goes back to the mid-19th century.
The most important characters are the "xenerais" (generals) and "correos" (dispatch riders) 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 staging 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 which has small defining characteristics that make it unique.
Adorned generals and dispatch riders make up the spectacular nature of this genuine expression of Galicia's traditional carnival.

- 19.30 h. Marrozos (Campo da festa) Concello de Santiago de Compostela

GPS: 42º 50' 22" / 8º 29' 50"

More info: www.xeneraisdaulla.com

Start date
11/02/2012
End date
11/02/2012
Start hour
19:30
[Fiestas]

The natural region of a Ulla features an original rural carnival, whose record goes back to the mid-19th century.
The most important characters are the "xenerais" (generals) and "correos" (dispatch riders) 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 staging 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 which has small defining characteristics that make it unique.
Adorned generals and dispatch riders make up the spectacular nature of this genuine expression of Galicia's traditional carnival.

- 19.00 h. O Eixo (Carballeira do Souto- Santa Lucía) Concello de Santiago de Compostela

GPS: 42º 50' 52.74" / 8º 31' 25.36"

More info: www.xeneraisdaulla.com

Start date
19/02/2012
End date
19/02/2012
Start hour
19:00
[Fiestas]
Start date
16/02/2012
End date
21/02/2012
[Fiestas]

Start date
18/02/2012
End date
22/02/2012
[Fiestas]

Start date
16/05/2012
End date
27/05/2012
Start hour
12:00
[Fiestas]

Start date
16/05/2012
End date
16/05/2012
Start hour
12:00
[Fiestas]

Start date
17/05/2012
End date
17/05/2012
Start hour
09:30
[Fiestas]

Start date
18/05/2012
End date
18/05/2012
Start hour
19:00
[Fiestas]

Start date
19/05/2012
End date
19/05/2012
Start hour
12:00
[Fiestas]

Start date
20/05/2012
End date
20/05/2012
Start hour
10:00
[Fiestas]

Venue
Parque de la Alameda (Paseo Central)
Location
Paseo da Alameda, Santiago de Compostela, 15706
Start date
25/05/2012
End date
25/05/2012
Start hour
22:00
[Fiestas]

Venue
Parque de la Alameda (Paseo Central)
Location
Paseo da Alameda, Santiago de Compostela, 15706
Start date
26/05/2012
End date
26/05/2012
Start hour
22:00
[Fiestas]

Venue
Parque de la Alameda
Location
Rúa do Campiño da Ferradura , Santiago de Compostela, 15705
Start date
27/05/2012
End date
27/05/2012
Start hour
12:00
[Fiestas]
Start date
18/05/2012
End date
18/05/2012
[Fiestas]
Venue
Plaza Quintana
Location
Praza da Quintana de Vivos, 1, Santiago de Compostela, 15782
Start date
03/07/2012
End date
31/07/2012
[Fiestas]
Venue
Plaza del Obradoiro
Location
Praza do Obradoiro, Santiago de Compostela, 15705
Start date
24/07/2012
End date
24/07/2012
Start hour
23:30
[Fiestas]
Venue
Plaza del Obradoiro
Location
Praza do Obradoiro, Santiago de Compostela, 15705
Start date
24/07/2012
End date
24/07/2012
Start hour
12:00
[Fiestas]
Start date
25/07/2012
End date
25/07/2012
Start hour
10:00
[Fiestas]
Start date
26/07/2012
End date
26/07/2012
Start hour
18:00
[Fiestas]
Venue
Colegiata Santa María a Real do Sar
Location
Rúa do Sar, Santiago de Compostela, 15702
Start date
15/08/2012
End date
17/08/2012
Start hour
10:00
[Fiestas]
Venue
Cidade da Cultura de Galicia
Location
Lugar de la Ciudad de la Cultura, Santiago de Compostela, 15702
Start date
21/12/2012
End date
03/01/2013
Start hour
10:00
[Fiestas]
Start date
21/12/2012
End date
07/01/2013
[Fiestas]
Start date
13/12/2012
End date
07/01/2013
[Fiestas]
Start date
02/02/2013
End date
02/02/2013
Start hour
19:00
[Fiestas]
Start date
10/02/2013
End date
10/02/2013
Start hour
19:00
[Fiestas]
Start date
09/02/2013
End date
09/02/2013
Start hour
18:30
[Fiestas]
Start date
26/01/2013
End date
17/02/2013
[Fiestas]
Start date
26/01/2013
End date
26/01/2013
Start hour
12:00
[Fiestas]
Venue
Estación Ferrocarril
Location
Estación Renfe
Start date
12/02/2013
End date
12/02/2013
Start hour
17:30
[Fiestas]
Start date
09/02/2013
End date
13/02/2013
Start hour
10:00
[Fiestas]
Venue
Praza do Toural
Location
Start date
09/02/2013
End date
09/02/2013
Start hour
20:00
[Fiestas]
Venue
Sala Capitol
Location
Rúa de Concepción Arenal, 5, Santiago de Compostela, 15702
Start date
10/02/2013
End date
10/02/2013
Start hour
13:30
[Fiestas]
Venue
Parque de la Alameda
Location
Rúa do Campiño da Ferradura , Santiago de Compostela, 15705
Start date
11/02/2013
End date
11/02/2013
Start hour
10:00
[Fiestas]
Start date
12/02/2013
End date
12/02/2013
Start hour
13:00
[Fiestas]
Venue
Praza Roxa
Location
Start date
13/02/2013
End date
13/02/2013
Start hour
20:00
[Fiestas]

From 21 to 23 March

The ’romería’ of San Lázaro, a neighbourhood situated at the entrance of the city, on the Way of St. James, is both religious and gastronomic. The patron saint is honoured with a mass and a procession, in addition to an ancient tradition in which pig’s trotters are auctioned as an offering to the saint, "Festa da Uña". The culinary aspect is therefore based on pig’s trotters with cabbage shoots (**). As in all fiestas, there is also an open-air dance.

(**) RESTAURANTS "FESTA DA UÑA 2015":

  1.  Restaurante A Casa da Viña  see restaurant here
  2.  Restaurante A Grella see restaurant here
  3.  Restaurante... read more
Start date
21/03/2015
End date
23/03/2015
Start hour
10:00
[Fiestas]
Very close to Santiago: Vedra
Start date
12/04/2015
End date
12/04/2015
Start hour
12:00
[Fiestas]
Start date
21/04/2013
End date
21/04/2013
Start hour
13:00
[Fiestas]
Very close to Santiago: Trazo
Start date
16/09/2013
End date
16/09/2013
Start hour
10:00
[Fiestas]
Very close to Santiago: Trazo
Start date
21/09/2013
End date
21/09/2013
Start hour
10:00
[Fiestas]
Start date
04/05/2013
End date
04/05/2013
Start hour
12:00
[Fiestas]
Start date
08/05/2013
End date
12/05/2013
Start hour
12:00
[Fiestas]
Very close to Santiago: A Estrada

A Estrada’s Cider Festival arose due to the existence of a tradition, in relation to boththe growing of apples and the making of cider. The festival was held for the first time in 2012 with the aim of bringing together all of Galicia’s producers; cider makers from the entire Cantabrian coast were also present: Asturias, Zamora, Cantabria and the Basque Country.

NOTE: The dates provided are approximate for 2014. If you would like to know the exact date, please write to info@areasantiago.es

+info: www.aestrada.com

Start date
13/06/2015
End date
13/06/2015
Start hour
10:00
[Fiestas]
Very close to Santiago: Padrón

A gastronomy festival that began to be held in 1987, during the San Isidro de Carcacía festival. In recent years, it coincides with the Day of Galician Letters (May 17).

The festival, which is very popular and influential in the entire region, is centred on the making of a giant omelette, which was the largest in the world according to the Guinness Book of Records in 1988. Last year, 1,200 kilogrammes of potatoes, 8,000 eggs, 50 kilos of chorizo, 380 litres of oil and 15 kilos of salt were used to make the omelette. This was all cooked in a giant frying pan that resulted in a 15 cm-thick omelette with a diameter of 3.5 metres.

The festival also features different events such as concerts with street bands, regional dances, active tourism activities, workshops and craftwork for children, traditional games and exhibitions.

Start date
17/05/2015
End date
17/05/2015
Start hour
10:00
[Fiestas]
Very close to Santiago: A Estrada

In 2015, the municipality of A Estrada will hold its 42th Salmon Festival, an event that pays tribute to the king of our river fishes.

The festival’s highlight is a salmon dish served to all those in attendance. During the previous week, different salmon-promotion activities are carried out, such as the International Fishing Competition and the “Tapas” Competition with the participation of the municipality’s restaurants.


+info: festadosalmon.com

Start date
10/05/2015
End date
17/05/2015
Start hour
10:00
[Fiestas]
Very close to Santiago: Melide

The “Fiesta del Melindre y de la Repostería Tradicional de Terra de Melide” was declared a Festival of Tourist Interest in 2013. It is held every year on the second Sunday in May and its main venue is the Municipality of Melide’s Praza do Convento, where exhibitors gather.

Although for many years the festival was known as the “Fiesta del Melindre,” in recent years the tribute has been extended to include all the characteristic and traditional confectionery made in Melide and its surroundings. Specifically, there are three products that reflect the area’s baking tradition: “melindre,” “rico” and “almendrado”.

With the goal of protecting, promoting and reviving the traditional way of baking, every year Melide organises its “Fiesta del Melindre.” The objective is to pay tribute to a baking style rooted in traditional ways, while ensuring that it survives into the future.

This year the “Fiesta del Melindre” reaches its 23rd year.

 

+ info: www.concellodemelide.org

Start date
10/05/2015
End date
10/05/2015
Start hour
10:00
[Fiestas]
Very close to Santiago: Vedra

A gastronomy festival that is held in Carballeiro do Souto in the parish of San Fins de Sales (Vedra) with free tasting of pig’s ear all day long, accompanied by musical performances. There are also stalls selling sweet “orejas,” octopus, barbecued meat…

+ info: www.vedraturismo.com

Start date
03/05/2015
End date
03/05/2015
Start hour
12:00
[Fiestas]
Very close to Santiago: Boqueixón

An event declared a Festival of Galician Tourist Interest that receives an important number of visitors from all over Galicia every year. This festival was one of the first “filloa” (crepe) festivals held in Galicia, being centred on an exclusively Galician product, just like other traditional products accompanying it (honey, chorizo…), although there are similar desserts in other regions and countries. In view of its age, we can determine that it originated as a genuine promotion of this characteristic Entroido (Galician Carnival) product.

The queen of the festival and the traditional gastronomic product on Galician dining tables for more than 300 years is the “filloa”, also known in some areas as “freixó” or “marrucho.” It is made with egg, milk, water, flour and salt, mixing it to make a dough, a light and liquid cream called “almoado”; its great quality lies in the artisans skill to maintain the right temperature of the stones and of the filloeiros, where the “filloas” are made, and their thinness.

The parish’s Festival Commission organises this event,... read more

Start date
22/02/2015
End date
22/02/2015
Start hour
10:00
[Fiestas]
Very close to Santiago: Rois

This is the municipality’s festival with the greatest tradition and attendance. People are attracted by several activities: cultural (awards ceremony, exhibitions, tributes), sports (traditional games, cycling), gastronomic (traditional lunch) and recreational activities (inflatables and musical entertainment).

SAN ISIDRO 2014 PROGRAMME

- 9 am Firecrackers and “Alborada” in Urdilde and Rois.
- 1 pm Solemn mass in the parish church of San Mamede de Rois.
- 2 pm Festivities in the Rois sports hall:
    Presentation of the Festival by the mayor, Ramón Tojo Lens
    Opening speech
    “Toda unha vida” tribute
    “San Isidro Labrador” tribute
    Artistic-literary awards ceremony. Short story and poetry
- 3 pm Lunch in Rois sports hall
- 4 pm After-dinner music and entertainment
- 4.30 pm Inflatables

+ info: www.concelloderois.org

Start date
15/05/2015
End date
15/05/2015
Start hour
09:00
[Fiestas]
Very close to Santiago: Vedra
Start date
17/05/2015
End date
17/05/2015
Start hour
12:00
[Fiestas]
Very close to Santiago: Vedra
Start date
07/06/2015
End date
07/06/2015
Start hour
10:00
[Fiestas]
Very close to Santiago: Oroso

Coinciding with the second weekend in May, Oroso holds its Trout Festival, an event declared to be of Tourist Interest that has the objective of bringing together residents and visitors to enjoy a couple of festive days. The 18th festival will be held in 2014.

NOTE: the information provided, including dates, is approximate for 2014. If you would like exact information, write to info@areasantiago.es

The Trout Festival includes all kinds of activities for all ages. The upcoming Oroso festival will be held in Vivo, featuring the performance of the best orchestras in Alameda de Gois. The craft fair, along with the antique car show, will satisfy the curiosity of visitors. The streets will be full of music and folk performances, without overlooking children, who will be able to enjoy different activities.

This year, the fishing competition for adults will be held on Saturday. On Sunday, trout will be the main feature with the tasting of trout dishes in participating bars and in Alameda de Gois. The opening speech will be read at 1.30 pm, followed by the Xantar Popular (traditional lunch). Tickets for... read more

Start date
08/05/2015
End date
10/05/2015
Start hour
10:00
[Fiestas]
Very close to Santiago: Vila de Cruces
Start date
13/06/2015
End date
14/06/2015
Start hour
11:00
[Fiestas]
Very close to Santiago: Arzúa

The Arzúa Cheese Festival, declared a Festival of Galician Tourist Interest, is held on the first weekend in March.

Since 1975, every first weekend in March, cheese and culture are the main features in Arzúa. The festival and the town are transformed by a whirlwind of gastronomic, musical, cultural, artisanal, technological, traditional and innovative events.

The star product is Arzúa-Ulloa cheese, which in 1986 was awarded the category of Galician Quality Product and enjoys its own Protected Designation of Origin classification. It shares space in the showground with other Galician products with designation of origin classifications, with homemade cheeses and other cheeses from different parts of Spain and Europe.

The festival’s objective is to combine gastronomy and culture, familiarising children and youth with cheese by means of different activities. One of these is the organization of the Cheese Festival with two days of music for everyone. On Saturday there is rock, electro-rock, fusion, funk, hybrid and hip-hop. Sunday is devoted to Galician music, featuring today’s best artists. The following have... read more

Start date
27/02/2015
End date
01/03/2015
Start hour
10:00
[Fiestas]
Venue
Iglesia de San Pedro
Location
Praza de San Pedro, s/n
Start date
25/06/2013
End date
30/06/2013
Start hour
10:00
[Fiestas]
Start date
23/06/2013
End date
23/06/2013
Start hour
21:00
[Fiestas]
Very close to Santiago: Lalín

Declared a Festival of National Tourist Interest, the Stew Festival is a tribute to one of the outstanding dishes of Galician gastronomy. It is held on the Sunday before the Carnival festival and with the passing of the years, it has become one of the main gastronomy festivals in Galicia and even in the Iberian Peninsula. It began in 1968, with the objective of exalting and promoting the town of Lalín as a point of reference in the production of quality meat and excellent farm products.

The Festival features an extensive programme of events and activities that take place in the first three months of the year; the main day is celebrated with a colourful parade of carriages, street bands and carnival groups, the reading of an opening speech and the appointment of Knight Commanders of Galician Stew.

+ info: www.lkm0.org/

Start date
08/02/2015
End date
08/02/2015
Start hour
10:00
[Fiestas]
Very close to Santiago: Lalín

Pilgrimage held in honour of St. John the Baptist in the parish of Santa Baia de Losón. It is famous for curing ailments of the spirit such as the evil eye, depressions, spells or diabolic possessions. The event is also known as the “fiesta del meigallo.”

During two days, different religious ceremonies are held in honour of “Nuestra Señora del Corpiño.” After mass, the moment of greatest devotion takes place when the “Virgen del Corpiño” is carried in a procession by the pilgrims, who surround the Sanctuary and pass underneath the image of Our Lady, thereby showing their veneration and asking for her protection.

It is a traditional festival that also features, apart from the pilgrimage to the sanctuary, fine food, drink, games for children and musical performances.

The feast of the “Virgen del Corpiño” is held on March 25.


+ info: www.santuario-corpino.es

Start date
23/06/2015
End date
24/06/2015
Start hour
10:00
[Fiestas]
Start date
24/07/2013
End date
24/07/2013
Start hour
23:30
[Fiestas]
Start date
22/07/2013
End date
22/07/2013
Start hour
22:00
[Fiestas]
Venue
Plaza de la Quintana
Location
Plaza de la Quintana, Santiago de Compostela, 15782
Start date
23/07/2013
End date
23/07/2013
Start hour
12:00
[Fiestas]
Start date
24/07/2013
End date
24/07/2013
Start hour
12:00
[Fiestas]
Start date
31/12/1899
End date
31/12/1899
Start hour
10:00
[Fiestas]
Venue
Plaza de la Quintana
Location
Plaza de la Quintana, Santiago de Compostela, 15782
Start date
26/07/2013
End date
26/07/2013
Start hour
12:00
[Fiestas]
Start date
27/07/2013
End date
27/07/2013
Start hour
10:30
[Fiestas]
Venue
Plaza de la Quintana
Location
Plaza de la Quintana, Santiago de Compostela, 15782
Start date
28/07/2013
End date
28/07/2013
Start hour
11:00
[Fiestas]
Venue
Plaza de la Quintana
Location
Plaza de la Quintana, Santiago de Compostela, 15782
Start date
29/07/2013
End date
29/07/2013
Start hour
22:00
[Fiestas]
Start date
30/07/2013
End date
30/07/2013
Start hour
22:00
[Fiestas]
Start date
31/07/2013
End date
31/07/2013
Start hour
12:30
[Fiestas]
Start date
24/07/2013
End date
31/07/2013
Start hour
00:00
[Fiestas]
Venue
Colegiata Santa María a Real do Sar
Location
Rúa do Sar, Santiago de Compostela, 15702
Start date
15/08/2013
End date
17/08/2013
Start hour
10:00
[Fiestas]
Very close to Santiago: 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 festivity of Epiphany. On such a special day for children, visitors can enjoy a Nativity Scene featuring real people, to which the Three Wise Men will come along with their pages, with lots of gifts for young ones.

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.


+info
www.concellodetouro.com
www.touroturismo.com

Start date
05/01/2015
End date
05/01/2015
Start hour
09:00
[Fiestas]
Very close to Santiago: Val do Dubra

Every year, coinciding with the local holiday, Bembibre’s Campo de la Feria hosts the “Día da Exaltación da Empanada” (Galician Pie Day). In order to carry out this popular event, the Municipality of Val do Dubra is helped by local bakeries, which exhibit their different varieties and recipes.

The festival features musical entertainment and stalls offering Galician-style octopus.


+info: www.valdodubra.es

Start date
06/04/2015
End date
06/04/2015
Start hour
13:30
[Fiestas]
Start date
03/10/2014
End date
05/10/2014
[Fiestas]
Very close to Santiago: Padrón
Start date
29/03/2015
End date
12/04/2015
Start hour
10:00
[Fiestas]
Start date
06/12/2013
End date
06/01/2014
Start hour
18:00
[Fiestas]
Very close to Santiago: Lalín
Venue
Pazo de Bendoiro
Location
Bendoiro Abaixo, Lalín, 36512
Start date
25/01/2015
End date
25/01/2015
Start hour
10:30
[Fiestas]
Very close to Santiago: Silleda
Start date
05/04/2015
End date
05/04/2015
Start hour
11:00
[Fiestas]
Venue
Praza do Toural
Location
Start date
01/03/2014
End date
05/03/2014
Start hour
12:00
[Fiestas]
Very close to Santiago: Vedra
Start date
08/03/2015
End date
08/03/2015
Start hour
11:00
[Fiestas]
Very close to Santiago: Silleda
Start date
18/04/2015
End date
18/04/2015
Start hour
12:00
[Fiestas]
Very close to Santiago: Arzúa
Start date
04/04/2015
End date
04/04/2015
Start hour
11:45
[Fiestas]
Start date
28/05/2014
End date
01/06/2014
Start hour
12:00
[Fiestas]
Start date
07/06/2014
End date
08/06/2014
Start hour
11:00
[Fiestas]
Very close to Santiago: Lalín
Start date
25/04/2015
End date
26/04/2015
Start hour
10:00
[Fiestas]
Start date
21/06/2014
End date
21/06/2014
Start hour
12:00
[Fiestas]
Venue
Iglesia de San Pedro
Location
Praza de San Pedro, s/n
Start date
24/06/2014
End date
29/06/2014
Start hour
10:00
[Fiestas]
Start date
18/07/2014
End date
31/07/2014
Start hour
12:00
[Fiestas]
Start date
24/07/2014
End date
24/07/2014
Start hour
23:30
[Fiestas]
Venue
Campus Universitario Sur
Location
Av de Antonio Raimundo Ibáñez, Santiago de Compostela, 15705
Start date
31/07/2014
End date
31/07/2014
Start hour
23:30
[Fiestas]
Start date
05/12/2014
End date
06/01/2015
Start hour
18:00
[Fiestas]
Start date
05/12/2014
End date
06/01/2015
Start hour
10:00
[Fiestas]
Very close to Santiago: Vedra
Start date
22/02/2015
End date
22/02/2015
Start hour
09:00
[Fiestas]
Venue
Praza do Toural
Location
Start date
14/02/2015
End date
18/02/2015
Start hour
10:00