The Costa del Sol prepares to celebrate theNoche de San Juan on its beaches again
It’s great that the world is returning to some normality; political skulduggery and war aside. Spain, a place where a party is always welcome, is getting back into the spirit of things.
I was reading the Sur in English, a free newspaper for the South of Spain, and, there it was, San Juan, is back on the beaches of the Costa del Sol and other areas.
Guide to Noche de San Juan
San Juan’s, or St John’s, feast day falls on the 24th of June every year, but it’s on St John’s eve, the 23rd of June, that the celebrations take place. Just a few short days after midsummer, it’s a Spanish festival celebrated on beaches all over the country that welcomes the summer ahead.Most Spanish people consider it to mark the true beginning of summer, which the season when Spain comes into its own. See more
The Shortest night
SUR brings you a round up of all the main activities in Malaga city, Marbella, Fuengirola, Benalmádena, Estepona, Torremolinos, Mijas and the Axarquia this Thursday evening, 23 June
Malaga province is preparing to celebrate the Night of San Juan again after a two-year break in many places forced by coronavirus pandemic control restrictions.
Finally, the rituals of the shortest night of the year will return this 23 June along the entire coast, where numerous celebrations have been organised to celebrate the arrival of summer. This is SUR’s round-up of some of the main activities that can be enjoyed.
You can check out this article from the Sur in English website here.