May 24th, 2012 – If there’s one thing that spells out summer in Spain, it’s the festivals that take place over the month of June. And when it comes to June 2012, Spain definitely doesn’t disappoint.
Award-winning car rental company ArgusCarHire.com is ready to take you to the centre of the action with Mallorca airport car hire from £12 per day, Madrid car hire from £10 per day and car rental in Malaga airport from £10 from per day.
23 June Nit de Foc. One of the most popular festivals in Palma de Mallorca is called Nic de Foc (Night of Fire). The festival is scheduled to happen on the evening before Midsummer. The event is marked by huge bonfires and fireworks displays which are held every year in the Parc de la Mer and these mark the beginning of Mallorca’s summer fiesta season.
One of the easiest ways to be part of the summer festivities in Mallorca is with Mallorca Airport car hire.
Meanwhile in the Spanish capital from June 9th to June 13th, Madrid’s San Antonio de la Florida party takes over the streets of Madrid, creating a carnival atmosphere that everyone can enjoy.
San Bernabé Fiesta and Summer fair takes place in mid June in Marbella – a short drive from Malaga with Malaga Airport car hire. The seven-day event features bullfights in the centre, horse and cart rides, local foods as well as a fairground. Many events also take place around Malaga’s Old Town district in the Plaza San Benabé Square and Alameda Park.
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