Our selected highlights of the busy Las Fallas calendar:
Fallas were cancelled in 2020 due to the pandemic. The 2021 Fallas were postponed from from March and will be celebrated from 1 to 5 September 2021 instead. Read our latest news here for more information.
The usual highlights are below, in 2021 it will be different but we hope it will return to normal in 2022.
1-19 March: "Mascletà" at 2pm in City Hall Square - Plaza del Ayuntamiento. See a mascletà with VIP views and perks.
1st Sunday in March: The “Cabalgata del Ninot” a parade of colourful satirical sculptures and fun filled characters, with music and that fiesta feeling! Starts at the Calle de la Paz and heads towards Plaza del Ayuntamiento.
TIP! Enjoy a VIP view of some of the best Fallas events with our Banging Fallas Balcony Experience!
15 March: Day of “Plantà”, the monuments are erected in the streets in the evening, although some may appear before this. After this date, experience a full day inside a Falla society and get to find out what the world of falleros is really like.
15-19 March: For the most amazing sites visit the “Special Section” Fallas such as Na Jordana, Convento Jerusalén, Sueca-Literato Azorín and Nou Campanar. Find a map to help you get around or receive the VIP treatment on our guided Fallas tours.
15-19 March: The decorative street lights in the Ruzafa zone are a Fallas must-see!
17-18 March: People leave thousands of flowers through the afternoon, evening and right up until the early hours of the morning, at the Plaza de la Virgen, in a traditional offering to the Virgin Mary.
19 March: The “Cabalgata del Fuego” starts at 7pm with a fire parade from Calle Colón to the Porta de la Mar, a nigh of flames, music and dance!
19 March: The “Cremà” starts at 10pm when the Fallas are finally set afire in a blaze of noise and excitement. Avoid the crowds: relax and experience the big night from a VIP balcony.