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    San Vicente street is a friendly neighbourhood with an important local tradition, their festivities promote the most emblematic aspects of local life. Open air dances, and playful acts of leisure...

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    The maritime character of Oliva means that the people of the sea honour their Patron Saint by means of a procession at sea, in which the majority of the crafts of the municipality take part.

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  • Img 1: FESTIVITY IN HONOUR OF THE VIRGEN DEL REBOLLET

    The festivities in honour of the Virgen del Rebollet, Patron Saint of the city, begin with a peregrination, in which hundreds of pilgrims take part, accompanied with a cane from which they hang a...

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  • Img 1: FESTIVITY IN HONOUR OF SAN ANTONIO ABAD

    San Antonio is celebrated in Oliva with the installation of the traditional porrat, a typical custom to the whole region. The event, of medieval origin, plaza San Roque. Many stalls...

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  • Img 1: FESTIVITY OF EASTER WEEK

    The Easter Week festivity in Oliva has gained the recognition of the whole region as being the oldest of the territory. On Holy Friday the religious manifestations begin with the Vía Crucis on the...

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  • Img 1: Fallas
    The great week of the Fallas brings to Oliva a great entertainment spectacle of music, colour and fire, that is kept going in the streets of the town throughout the festivities. The fallas, ha...
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  • Img 1: FESTIVITY IN HONOUR OF THE SANTÍSIMO CRISTO DE SAN ROQUE

    The most representative customs and traditions in Oliva take over the streets during the festivities of San Roque, which have been celebrated since the XVII century. The proclamation, in which all...

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  • Img 1: Moors and christians festivity program

    Oliva is one of the municipalities of the Valencian Community that lives with great intensity the Moors and Christian festivities, which commemorate the struggles between the two forces for the te...

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