Constitution Day is another public holiday all over Spain and celebrates the anniversaryof a referendum held in 1978 which was an important step in Spain's transition tobecoming a constitutional monarchy and democracy. You may not find parties andfireworks but a day for people to enjoy with friends and family.
The Immaculate Conception is a holy day in which you can attend special churchservices and begin the run up to the Christmas holidays. Although the origins of thecelebration are religious it is a popular time for feasting and partying as well as givingthe prayers to Mother Mary.
Is there a better way of spending Christmas than on one of the glorious beaches of theCosta Blanca??
More so now but originally not a day for the giving of presents, the Spanish families leftthis for Kings Day . The 24th night is family time where extended families will gather andenjoy good food, wine and company. The day of the 25th can also be more of a family daythan one of celebration and noise. With sunny days still the norm, many families willtake to the promenades for their walk or paseo, dressed in their finery for all to enjoy.