06 Mar Saint Patrick’s celebrations in Spain
We all know that this celebration is famous in Dublin, but just a few people know all the spanish cities where St. Patrick’s day is celebrated every 17th of March since some years ago. Would you like to know the next Irish celebrations in Spain?
Caldas de Reyes
A crowded dance is held in Caldas on St. Patrick’s day. Do not forget the green hat and the insignia go enjoy one of the most interesting celebrations in this city of Pontevedra (Galicia). Accommodations can be a problem, so we recommend to book a hotel in a near village.
Referring the means of transport, it is easy to go by train Alvia from Madrid, Asturias, Cantabria, Euskadi, and also from León. It is a wonderful proposal for those people who want to enjoy this celebration far from a big city. Caldas de Reyes is well located near the Rias Baixas, so it is possible to visit this beautiful area in Galicia by car.
Saint Patrick’s day in Salamanca
Since almost 20 years ago Saint Patrick’s Day is celebrated in many bars and pubs in the city. In fact, it is customary to give the traditional green hats as a present in the celebration, and enjoy the numerous entertainments, as the concentration and the parade in the Plaza Mayor.
Albuñol (Granada) dresses in green
The celebrations of the 17th of March are header in this village of Granada. It is considered a feast day and San José is carried in procession. Saint Patrick’s Day offers an interesting way of enjoying the weekend. Also Albuñol has beach. A car is recommended if you are traveling for several days, because The Alpujarras and Granada capital are worth seeing.
San Eugenio in Tenerife
The feast celebrated in Adejé is almost as being in Dublin. Green hats, beer and many Irish people. The Irish established in the south of Tenerife make travelers feel at home. The south of Tenerife has another marvelous advantage: A resort can be chosen to enjoy a holiday in the month of March.