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Young Calpe Night

Every Friday, at 22.00 hours anyone between 12 and 35 years can join in the activities organised at the Pabellón Municipal. There are all sorts of activities, including Body Combat, Salsa, dancing lessons, table tennis competitions and lots more.

More details are available at the Tourist Office in Calpe

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Posted by on 01/03/2009 16:26:00

Line Dancing Calpe

There is a group who call themselves the Rodeo Stompers Line dancing Club which meet every Wednesday at El Bolero, Play La Fossa from 20.00 – 23.00 hours. There are also classes for beginners every Friday at El Bolero from 14.00 – 15.00 hours and improvers at 15.00 – 16.00 hours, also intermediate from 16.00 – 17.00 hours.

For further information telephone Barbara on 630 113 649.

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Posted by on 01/03/2009 16:15:00

Christmas Cabaret and Dance, El Andaluz, Moraira

Moraira El Andaluz

Moraira El Andaluz

A Christmas Cabaret and Dance will be held in the El Andaluz Restaurant, Moraira on Saturday, 20th December, commencing at 10.30 hours. This restaurant is situated about 150 metres past El Paichi Garden Centre on the left hand side, taking the Benitachell road at the roundabout.
The “Voice of David” will be the vocalist. David has been singing with various bands for many years, including the Lyceum Ballroom, London and also nightly at the Talk of the Coast, Benidorm.

Also performing will be Barry Moon, comedian who has entertained troops in the Falklands, Northern Ireland and Kuwait.

Tickets are €15.0 which includes a Tapas Meal – over 18s only. These are available from El Sid´s, Moraira, Cornish Pride, Moravit, Moraira or telephone Barry on 616 746 995 or David on 634 763 311.

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Posted by on 12/19/2008 14:52:00

Satari's, Calle Dakar, Moraira

Sataris Moraira

Sataris Moraira

Sataris

Sataris

For a special evening out with excellent dining Satari´s Restaurant can be thoroughly recommended.
To arrive at the restaurant, take the coast road from Moraira towards Calpe and opposite Mas y Mas Supermarket turn right and the restaurant is about 150 metres up on the left hand side.

There is a set menu of €19, consisting of three courses. Drinks are extra. The starters include a delicious fried goat´s cheese served with a salad and exquisite dressing, soup, mushrooms, and many others. Main courses consist of fish, lamb, steak and many others. There is a good choice of deserts. The décor and setting of the restaurant is excellent and the house wine at €13 was superb.

There are special evenings on 14th November, 5th, 13th, and 19th December when the restaurant will be holding a dinner dance with music from the 60´s, 70´s and 80´s. The restaurant is also offering a Special Christmas Menu from 1st December.

The restaurant is open every night from 6.30 p.m. until late but is closed on Wednesday.

It is advisable to book. Their telephone number is 96 574 7134.

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Posted by on 12/02/2008 14:10:00

A Fun Flamenco Show

A special flamenco show will be performed on Friday, 28th November at 8.0 p.m. at the restaurant Viva España. This restaurant is situated just off the N 332 driving towards Oliva, on the left hand side.

This special evening will hold a tombola, and serve a three course traditional Spanish meal. It is being held to raise funds for SPAMA, in aid of abandoned animals. The organisation feeds more than 600 animals who have been neglected, ill treated or abandoned.

The cost of the evening is €25 per person. To reserve a table telephone 96 213 4371.

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Posted by on 11/26/2008 11:37:00

Moors and Christians, Calpe

Moors and Christians

Moors and Christians

This famous fiesta takes place in Calpe from Friday, 17th October until Wednesday, 22nd October.
It is one of the most lavish fiestas in Spain and takes place in different towns throughout the year. There are many parades with spectacular costumes and bands, and some even have horses, elephants or camels in the parade, plus floats.

The programme is as follows:

Friday, 17th. Bell ringing, brass band procession, and informal processions. Saturday, 18th. Moors and Christians parade from Calle Benissa, followed by fireworks on the Arenal beach. Sunday, 19th October. Battle on the beach. Childrens Moors and Christians parade from Calle Benissa. Tuesday, 21st. Second battle and “miracle” in Plaza Mayor Wednesday, 22nd October. Brass band processions. Solemn mass in Plaza Mayor, followed by fireworks. Solemn processions followed by fireworks on the beach. Dancing at midnight.

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Posted by on 10/17/2008 13:27:00

Traditional Flamenco in Abanilla

Abanilla is a very old village with friendly people and on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays there is a traditional flamenco held in a Gipsy Cave-

Entrance with meal is €32, admission 8.0 p.m., entrance only is €15, including a jug of sangria. admission 8.45 p.m. The show starts at 9.30 p.m. and ends at 11.30 p.m.

The owner of the cave speaks several languages and will give a brief talk about the history of flamenco.

This is the real Spain and real flamenco.

Directions, Take the A 7 motorway towards Murcia, exit Orihuela-Benferri. Take Beniferri up to Abanilla. In Abanilla you will see a statue of Jesus Christ on a mountain, in that mountain you will find La Tona gypsy cave.

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Posted by on 06/11/2008 16:49:00

APASA Javea Dinner and Dance

There will be a dinner and dance on Friday, 20th June at the Canor Banqueting Suite, Teulada.

This is organised by APASA (Javea Dog Pound) and everyone is welcome. Tickets are €35 each and will include welcome drinks, canapes, wine beer, water and three course dinner followed by dancing to Double Impact, vocal duo.

There will be an auction and the Directors of Ice Magic International Ltd. At the Plaza Central Shopping Mall in Calpe have donated a prize for a party for up to 12 people at the Calpe rink, to include skating and buffet refreshments with a pair of Italian designer ice skates thrown in. The winners will also be given a skate tuition by top international ice hockey coach.

For reservations call Maggie on 96 574 4449

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Posted by on 06/02/2008 16:06:00

Flamenco Singing Concerts

If you are in the area of Cartagena it would be a good idea to time this visit with a visit to hear one of the many renowned flamenco singers who will be performing every Saturday from 7th June to 30th August.

These concerts will be held at the Plaza de la Comandancia de Marina in front of the harbour. Entrance to all concerts is free.

There will be famous singers from Almeria, Cordoba, Granada, Malaga, Madrid, Badajoz and La Union.

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Posted by on 06/02/2008 13:18:00

Javea International Festival

very year there is an International Festival held in Javea and this year it is from the 12th to the 14th June. There are representatives from Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina and others, also Holland, France, Ireland, Germany, Morocco and Canada.

The festival began 13 years ago in order to promote the integration of the many nationalities that live in this area. Now 27 countries participate.
There will be theatre groups, jazz bands, ethnic music, rock music and many others.

On Saturday there will also be activities for children, with workshops and games.

On Thursday night there will be a spectacular procession of the Moors and Christians, followed by popular rock/pop band Dark Horse.

On Friday there will be EnDanza, music from Hungary and Uruguay, followed by singer Niko Costello and on Saturday the finale will be jazz and the Ciutat Big Band.

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Posted by on 05/27/2008 21:35:00