Pilgrimage of San Isidro

The Pilgrimage of San Isidro is one of the parties most felt by the reds, as it is the well-deserved tribute to the older farmers for their dedication to the land.

The throne of San Isidro leaves the village, carried on the shoulders of farmers, to spend the day of May 15 in the mountains and return late in the afternoon, while music and floats follow in their footsteps. The festivities program is completed with Saturday night festivities and a Sunday morning presided by the coexistence among neighbors participating in competitions paellas, cucaña, caliche, petanque, pique, popular folklore performances and choirs.

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