Mojacar Holidays

Once a year the streets of Mojacar are transported into the past, with Moors and Christians dressed in authentic costume on horseback or firing blunderbusses into the air.

Since 1988 the sesquicentennial of the surrender of the city to the forces of Isabel of Castile Mojacar celebrates every year with the moros and Cristianod fiesta three days of street parties, mock attacks culminating in a grand parade through the town and nightly celebrations in the kabilas or troop encampments, specially constructed for the festival.

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