The 3 Kings parade has changed this year due to covid regulations, instead of us all going to one location and getting sweets thrown at us we now have to stay at home or see the parade at certain locations.
This year the Kings will be putting on some kilometres travelling around Manilva, Sabinillas, Duquesa, Castillo, Casares Costa, Casares Pueblo, Secadero and as many urbanizations as possible in between.
We hope you and your children get to see them on their travels, by the look of all the areas they have to visit it might run into the 6th Jan.
The 3 Kings Day or Los Tres Reyes is the day Spanish people exchange their gifts and a have national holiday.
The councils have put some recommendations in place so all can enjoy the parades safely.
It is important to remember that:
1. Residents will view the parade on their balconies, front doors or portals of their urbanization. If you live in an area where you are not visited by the procession, you may approach the nearest point with care.
2. The various royal entourages will travel through all streets that are accessible by vehicle but you will not be able to approach them to avoid contact between people.
3. To avoid gatherings and injuries no candy will be thrown.
According to the weather forecast, low temperatures and probability of expected rain, it has been decided, always looking after the well-being of families, to visit the Kings on schedule from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Civil Protection volunteers will be present in locations for everything to be normal and standards are respected.
For a full route and times see here