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Denia at Christmas

Come and enjoy Christmas in Denia, with activities and workshops for everybody.


Thursday, 21st of December
Music show.  Noche de Paz.
With Sheila D. Wheat and Tenessee. (Villancicos, gospel, soul, blues and classics)
Place : Theatre Auditorio of the Social Centre.
Time : 09:30 pm.
Price : 15 Euros and 10 Euros (with Llunàtics, Dinàmics or retired pass).

Friday, 22nd of December
Delivery of Santa Claus cards.
Place : Townhall´s entrance.
Time : from 6 pm to 8 pm.

Saturday, the 30th of December
Royal declaration.
From plaza Mariana Pineda, calle Marqués de Campo and plaza de San antonio. Time : at 07.00pm.

Sunday, the 31st of December
New Year´s Eve fiesta with cava and discotheque till dawn. The 12 bell´s strokes will be broadcasted by the tv channel Canal 9.
Place : Plaza del Ayuntamiento. Time : from 11.00pm.

Monday, the 1st of January
Delivery of the Three Kings´s cards to the postman. Place : Townhall´s entrance. Time : from 05:30 to 07:30pm.

Friday, the 5th of January
Big Three king´s parade.
They will arrive by boat at the explanada del puerto, calle Marqués de Campo, calle Diana and townhall.
Time : at 06:30pm

More information :
C/ Ronda de les Muralles, 42
Tel. 96 642 37 00
From 10am to 1pm and from 5pm to 7:30pm.


Start DateDecember 21, 2006
End DateJanuary 5, 2007
Location NameDenia
Created: 2006-12-15 09:29:25 | Updated: 2006-12-15 09:29:25

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