• Cabalgata de la Ceramica

    There are many activities organized to entertain people of all ages. Traditional Moors and Christians parades, concerts and performances, exhibitions, competitions, the solemn presentation of "Les...

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  • Img 1: MOORS AND CHRISTIANS
    This celebration is still relatively young in Manises, beginning with a group of neighbours, today it includes the majority of the municipality. The parades and the capture of the castle are celebrat...
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    On the eve of San Vicente they begin the preparations by collecting of murta and other aromatics herbs holding a great feast on a day on which even the houses are decorated.

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  • Img 1: DAY OF THE CERAMICS
    On this day, Manises becomes an immense factory open to everyone. This way, the public can see how the clay is worked, pieces are turned, figures and flowers are made, artists finish their works with...
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  • La Candelaria Manises

    Girls between 7 to 12 years old organise this liturgical celebration of the Purification of Maria, Mother of Jesus and the Presentation of Jesus in the Temple. In the Main Mass ceremony the typica...

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  • 20.03.2016

    In its urge to recover traditions, Manises has fraternities that take part in the religious acts programmed in Holy Week such as the benediction of palms, the procession and the Easter Wake. On Fr...

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  • Traditionally, San Juan is celebrated with rolls and pastries elaborated with the first grains of wheat of the harvest. At present, the festivities are celebrated with the representation of Valencian...
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  • Corpus Christi Manises

    The great procession of the Corpus includes the participation of the different fraternities and confraternities of the population with groups of regional dancers, which interpret traditional dance...

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  • Ermita de San Antonio

    As with many populations in the Valencian Community, Manises honours San Antonio Abad, known popularly by the maniseros, as "del porquet", with different festive, playful and religious acts. From...

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  • Mujeres y hombres, ataviados con los trajes de labradores, interpretando el Ball de les Coveteres

    San Juan is the Patron Saint of Manises and lends his name to the parish. In medieval times, the master of the villa was the one who was in charge of organising the ce...

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