After three years, the Fira d’Artesania – the oldest market in the region – returns as the main entertainment of the Historic Centre during Easter Week.
The fair will open on Good Friday and will take place between the Placeta del Convent (where all the gastronomic goodies will be concentrated) and Calle Mayor and Plaza de Baix – until Easter Monday.
A total of 65 craft stalls will be there plus animation performances, folk music, children’s shows and workshops.
The fair will include, on Sunday, the meeting of clubs and associations in the church square with the three quintades that will share prominence in Sant Joan, the filà capitana de los Moors y Cristianos, penyas santjoaneras and other groups will participate such as the Musical Artistic Centre, Amics de Thiviers, Rama and the Tapis.
The Soler Blasco Museum will be open on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and the Municipal Market will also have special hours and will open on Easter days.