Mid-January brings some of the coldest days of the year, a period which has been popularly dubbed as the ‘Setmana dels Barbuts’ [week of the bearded ones]. The days of 15, 16 an 17 January have come to be termed thus as the iconography representing...
From 24 to 26 January, Gràcia fills with Majorcan culture and traditions. The main event will take place on Saturday evening with the lighting of a dozen bonfires.
Sant Antoni. The Sa Pobla bonfires were expanded into other parts of the city some years ago, and they can now be seen in three neighbourhoods outside of Gràcia.
Annual festival. From 18 to 26 January, the neighbourhood of Sant Antoni celebrates the first of the city's annual festivals. This year, the daughter of La Porca, who turns 25 years old, will be presented!
Preliminary events leading up to the 2020 “Foguerons de Sant Antoni de Sa Pobla” festival in Gràcia”
Foguerons. Saturday, 25 January sees Gràcia playing host once again to the Foguerons de sa Pobla. We offer you a list of all the preliminary events not to missed!
Sant Antoni is a festive cycle that includes the whole of the month of January and a series of very varied events.
‘Sant Antoni del Porquet sempre s'escau en disset’ (Saint Anthony's Day always falls on the seventeenth) and seven other sayings about Saint Anthony
You can get a good idea about the wealth of Saint Anthony's Day through its proverbs, full of sayings and rhymes that reference different aspects of the festivities: the legend, the famous piglet and the cold weather.
As they do every year, the Three Kings of the Orient will arrive in Barcelona on the afternoon of 5 January, accompanied by the traditional cortege of magic creatures.
The performance is a unique chance to see the Orfeó Català family perform live in the city of Barcelona.