Festivities in Huelva

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The festivities in Huelva are an integral part of the city’s cultural identity and offer a unique experience for locals and visitors alike. Throughout the year, a series of popular festivals take place, including traditional fairs, religious festivals, colorful carnivals and much more. Immerse yourself in the authenticity of the local traditions and let yourself be carried away by the music, dances and delicious typical food. Discover why Huelva is known for its hospitality and passion for celebrating life.

Discover the best way to immerse yourself and be part of the exciting festivities in Huelva. Let yourself be carried away by the joy and music of the “Colombinas” Fair that take place in the month of August. Experience the color, humor and music of “Colombino” Carnival, as Huelva’s Carnival is known, or immerse yourself in the charm of the Holy Week. Plan your visit to coincide with Huelva’s festivities and make the most of your stay in the city. Create unforgettable memories at every celebration! I’m sure you’ll be back.

Calendar of festivities in Huelva city

Are you planning to visit our city? Check all the information about the popular festivities that are celebrated in Huelva throughout the year and enjoy the joy, fervor and culture that you will experience in its streets.

From traditional celebrations rooted in Huelva’s culture to modern and lively events, Huelva has something for everyone. Discover the dates, locations and details of the most important festivities, and get ready to live unforgettable moments full of music, dance, traditions and the hospitality of the people of Huelva that will make you feel at home.

Cavalcade of the Magi in Huelva January

Start the year by letting yourself be carried away by the magic and illusion of the Huelvas’s Cavalcade of the Magi, one of the oldest in Spain, on January 5th.

San Sebastián Patron Saint Festivities. January

The celebration of the festivities in honor of San Sebastián, patron saint of Huelva, is a rich exponent of the enormous wealth of heritage that is treasured in our land. The procession of the Saint has an oscillating date each year coinciding with the Sunday after January 20.

“Colombino” Carnival February

The Huelva Carnival or “Colombino” Carnival takes place in February, although the events associated with it, such as the “Concurso de Agrupaciones”, begin a month earlier.

Holy Week in Huelva. March / April

Culture and tradition go hand in hand in Huelva’s Holy Week. Art and popular religiosity are experienced every day of this week on the streets and in the main temples of the capital.

Pilgrimage of El Rocío. May

The Pilgrimage of El Rocío is celebrated in the village of El Rocío, located 64 kilometers from the capital of Huelva, which belongs to the town of Almonte, adjacent to the Doñana National Park.

Colombinas Festivities. August

The Colombinas are more than a festivity. They are the reunion with our essence, with one of the hallmarks of this enterprising and open city, proud of its past and hopeful about its future.

Virgen de la Cinta Patron Saint Festivities. September

Every September 8, Huelva honors and pays homage to its Mother and Patroness: Virgen de la Cinta. For this purpose, the festivity of the “Virgen Chiquita” is celebrated in the Plaza de la Merced and in the surroundings of the Sanctuary, above, in the Conquero, with the marsh in the background.

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