On Friday 9 June the village will open the weekend with a roving bandas touring the streets from around 20h, with the chance to have a bite to eat, a drink and enjoy some of the small amusement stands. Then at 23h the disco music starts.
Saturday 10 June is the busiest day with a paella on offer as well as music long in to the night, and at 23h there will be a firework display with the village church as a back-drop.
On Sunday afternoon there will be a petanque competition as well as a musette music orchestra rounding off the weekend from 21h.
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