The population of Los Alcazares looks forward to the celebration of the carnival every year. This fun celebration is one of the most popular and appreciated in the town.
During Holy Week, different scenes are staged to travel back in time to the 16th and 17th centuries, when Barbary piracy frightened the population with its frequent incursions.
Saint John night
As in all Spanish coastal towns, the night of Saint John (June 24) in Los Alcazares is a very special date on the calendar. Between bonfires and music, it is an unforgettable night for locals and visitors.
Day of the Virgin
Every August 15, Los Alcazares celebrates the patroness saint of the town, the Virgin of the Assumption. The traditional maritime-terrestrial procession brings together a multitude of locals and visitors who enjoy this emotional celebration.
Festival of the Orchard and the Sea
During August, the town of Los Alcazares celebrates its well-known International Week of the Orchard and the Sea through folklore and typical gastronomy and its popular cavalcade of cars, carts and automobile relics.
Day of the Cauldron
On October 12, a festival is held in honour of one of the most characteristic and recognized dishes of the region of Murcia: the Cauldron of the Mar Menor, a dish that everyone should taste at least once in their life.
Festival of Lomas del Rame (July)
Festival of the Sea (July and August)
Festival of Punta Calera (August 2)
Festival of the Municipal Autonomy (October)
Halloween night (October 31)
Patron Saint Festivities of Los Narejos (December)