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Holy Three Kings – Traditional highlight of the christmas season

Holy Three Kings – Traditional highlight of the christmas season
03/01

On Saturday, January 5th, the Holy Three Kings parade will take place in many places on the island. The largest takes place in the early evening in Palma. It starts at the Old Pier, where the kings moor with their ship. The children can present their wish lists to the Holy Three Kings or their pages. The little ones, who give their pacifiers to the kings, get a surprise. The Epiphany is traditionally the last highlight of the Christmas season in Spain . Still many children get their presents only on this day. January 6th is a national holiday. Who wants to find a parking lot in city center proximity, should make itself early on the way.

Program on January 5, 2019, the evening before the public holiday of the Three Kings: Palma: At 6 pm arrival by ship at the pier, carriages will move via Avda. de Antonio Maura, Paseo del Borne, Plaça del Rei Juan Carlos I, C/. Unión, La Rambla, C/. Bisbe Campins, C/. de Rubén Dario via Paseo Mallorca to Avda. Jaume III, Plaça del Rei Joan Carles I, Paseo del Borne. Arenal: At 17.30 from Club Náutico to Plaça Major. Port d’Andratx: At 18.30 at the church, at 19.30 in Andratx, also at the church. Cala Millor: At 18.30 arrival by ship in Cala Bona; at 19.30 parade to the church in Cala Millor. At 20.30 arrival at the church of Son Servera, where the “living” crib is located. Cala Ratjada: At 18.15 arrival of the Three Kings at the pier – parade – at 20h hot chocolate at the Plaça de l’Orient. Palmanova: At 18.00 o’clock arrival by ship at the harbour, move takes place at the harbour promenade up to the Plaza. Afterwards there will be children’s animation and live music. Port Adriano: At 17.00 hot chocolate for everyone and children’s entertainment (clowns from Sonrisa Médica), at 18.00 arrival of the kings. Puerto Portals: From 17.00 children’s party at the Christmas market, at 18.00 arrival of the kings by ship.

Source: Mallorca Magazine

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