Calpe is one of the most lively tourist destinations on the coast of the Costa Blanca..
The variety of culture is manifested in the wide range of festivities offered throughout the year and which are a reflection of its history, its traditions and the feelings of its people.
From the arrival of The three wise men in January to the Moors and Christians in October numerous parties are given.
The Three Kings parade
Date: 5 January.
Calpe celebrates the arrival of the three kings with a parade and the delivery of gifts to children..
Date: From the 17th to the 19th of MarchSince 1983 the Commission of the "Falla Calp Vell" is responsible for organizing these festivities.
Bonfire of San Juan
Date: June 23
Is celebrated in Calpe since 1991 with a bonfire and firework in the Arenal-Bol beach.
Virgen del Carmen
Date: July 16
From 1940 sailors celebrate a big party in honor of its Patron Saint, the Virgin of Carmen.
Festivities "Virgen de las Nieves"
This festival is celebrated in Calpe from 1940, in honor to the Virgen de las Nieves, patron saint of Calpe, and is organized by the Commission of Fiestas and carried out by the "festeros and festeras of 8, 18 and 38 years".
Moors and Christians Festivals
The Festivities of the patron saints and Moors and Christians in honor of the Holy Cristo del Sudor are held in Calpe since 1977 and are organized by the Association of Moors and Christians with the collaboration of the Commission of Fiestas, which together combine the religious, popular and historical acts with great majesty and devotion.
Holy Week becomes a religious, cultural and tourist event, The devotion and fervor that comes out of each act is linked to a great aesthetic and cultural value.
And at the same time the Holy Week is one tourist resource more, in an attractive way for which it is worth visiting Calpe these dates..
House of Andalusia
Day in February, The Cross in May, the Andalusian Fair in July and the
Pilgrimage of the Virgen del Rocío in September.