Every year since 1620, the tiny village of Castrillo de Murcia (25km west of Burgos) has marked the feast of Corpus Cristi by lining up the village's babies on mattresses, while grown men leap over up to six supine …
Since the 13th century, the 12 barrios (districts) of Soria have celebrated this annual festival with considerable fervour. Held during the second half of June, and sometimes spilling over into July, the main festiv…
A good time to be in Covarrubias is the second weekend of July, when the village hosts a medieval market and cherry festival.
The Feast of Saints Peter and Paul is celebrated with bullfights, processions and much merry-making – particularly on the first Sunday of July, the Día de las Peñas.
On Saturdays and/or Sundays in July, the Colegiata de Santa María hosts mostly classical concerts by international performers.
In the last week of July and the first couple of weeks in August, Medinaceli's Palacio Ducal hosts fine operatic performances.
Celebrates the city's patron saint on 30 January with street parades, public theatre and much merriment.