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FIRES I CELEBRACIONS
Marratxí es dona a conèixer a través de les seves fires i festes. Són esdeveniments popular i arrelats a aquest municipi que mostren els productes locals i faciliten l’encontre amb les persones. Vine a firar!
Every year, Portol celebrates the Burial of the Sardine, an act that imitates the funerals that took place in the past. This symbolically marks the end of the Marratxí carnival and the beginning of Lent. The protagonist of this particular...
Sa Rua de Marratxí is the first parade and has the honour of inaugurating the carnival festivities in Mallorca. A festival of costumes, music, laughter and colour. Pòrtol, Sa Cabaneta and Sant Marçal are the towns through which the rua...
The patron saint festivities of Marratxí are held on 30th June. It is the most important festival in the municipality and one of the first summer festivals in Mallorca.
For years now, on the last weekend in May, an exhibition of classic and antique vehicles has been organized together with a flea market for buying and selling. This event has become a national point of reference for all those...
The first weekend in November is the Autumn Fair, a fair that attracts thousands of visitors. The arrival of autumn is celebrated and the traditions and crafts of the municipality are exhibited.
The 16th of July is the day of the Virgen María del Carme and for the last 10 years, different events have been organized in Pòrtol to celebrate it.
In Pla de na Tesa, specifically in the church square, Sant Antoni celebrates the beneïdes, a traditional religious festival that consists of the blessing of animals, which are usually pets.
The Llet d’Ametla (almond milk) fair is organized every year in mid-December. It is a tradition that is still alive thanks to four families who keep the mills that produce this milk.
Every March the Fira del Fang is held in Marratxí, a place where you can find all kinds of ceramic pieces (decorative, toys, for the kitchen, etc.). It is a venue that hosts local potters, from the peninsula and some...