Noche de San Juan is the shortest night of the year in Alicante. Isn’t it?
While there is a lot of research on the net for “hotels in Alicante” or “best hostels in Alicante”, we don’t necessarily agree with the search as this is the shortest night of the year and you won’t need to spend extra money at the Hogueras de San Juan event. Instead, try spending the night with your friends at the best beach in Alicante. We pretend to show you through this best experience guide what are the not-to-miss activities for St. John’s bonfires.
How did the program of Hogueras de San Juan look like in 2016?
- Different Mascletàs will take place each Saturday at 2 PM during the month of June.
- A Mardi Gras like-event will be hosted on Saturday, June 11th at 9 PM announcing the beginning of Hogueras de San Juan.
- La Despertá will make every single person at the neighbourhood wake up at 8 AM everyday during the 3rd week of June.
The 6 smartest suggestions on what to do in Alicante at the Hogueras de San Juan.
-The highest, the better.-
Eventhough it could seem as a bizarre idea, it’s the tradition in Alicante. Release all the bad spirits from your body; burn them. They’ll go away and bring new resolutions!
Watch the fireworks,
-Look for the clearest view.-
Alicante is taken by the sound and fire for the whole month, starting on May 26th, and with the icing on the cake at the Nit del Foc. Don’t miss them! Check out our planner!
-The most popular area.-
Don’t search! We’re already giving you the right info. Foreigners and locals alike visit El Barrio both at day and night to perform a ritual in Alicante…What would it be?
-What are you looking for?-
Playa del Postiguet,
-Are they crabs or people?-
There are some items to be brought to Alicante‘s beach that you cannot forget at home: sunscreen, a cooler, booze and wood to fire. Please pick up your mess afterwards.