Shopping Night

There is shops out on the streets, catwalk, trends workshops and food stalls during the afternoon and evening.

Sant Joan

The feast of St. John begins the night before, on the evening of June 23, with what we call revetlla de Sant Joan.

National Day of Catalonia

National holiday, held on September 11, that commemorates the last defence of Barcelona, that fell to the Bourbon troops after a 14-months siege that ended in 1714.
sardana malgrat de mar

Sardana Group Gathering

Several coblas play a large sardanas repertoire and different dancing groups (‘colles sardanistes’) and the general public fill Francesc Macià Park to the top.

Tots Sants

Special day when families go to the cemetery to honour their dead. We eat panellets ('little marzipan cakes') and roasted chestnuts, with new wine or muscatel.


In Christmas time we celebrate Cagatió. Tió is a magic log that children have fed for some weeks until the 24th, when we hit it with sticks singing a traditional song to get sweets and presents.

Sant Esteve

In Catalonia families join together to have lunch. We usually meet the half of the family with whom we didn't share the previous day.

Quinto de Nadal

Aquest any viu un Sant Esteve inoblidable i vine a jugar al Quinto de Nadal al Pavelló Poliesportiu de l’avinguda Tarragona!

New Year’s Eve

At New Year's Eve many families gather to start the New Year together. When the clock chimes twelve, everyone eats one grape per stroke.

L’home dels nassos

Game for children to find l'home dels nassos ('The Man of the Noses'). Some say he has as many noses as there are days in the year.