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Events & Fiestas in Pollensa and Majorca Do you know of any forthcoming events or fiestas? Have you visited any? Let us know.

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Old 25-06-2003, 02:50
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Default Port de Pollenša - Verge del Carme Festivities 2003

Finally we have the program for this years Fiesta in Puerto Pollensa. Details can be seen on the events page www.puertopollensa.com/events.html

The fiesta starts on Friday 4th July and culminates with a firework display on Sunday 12th July. If any of you are lucky to be there during that time, do report back & some digi-photos would be nice!
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Old 03-07-2003, 19:08
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Well - I'll be in Pollensa then, but it looks like the fireworks are on at 12.30 at night! Have I got that right? Doubt if we'll be bringing the kids to that one.
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Old 03-07-2003, 19:18
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Yes, the time is right. That's quite the norm with Spanish Fiestas & Spanish life in general - everything's much later. That's why you need a siesta ....
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Old 05-07-2003, 06:25
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the fireworks are amazing,
we usually stand on the beach to watch, they are truly spectacular and a great atmosphere
worth keeping children up for special occasion, or depending on your location watching with them from balcony
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Old 26-07-2003, 23:05
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We did go after all, and took the nine-year-old, who loved it even though he only managed a siesta of 30 minutes, if that. It was well worth it, and I've posted more on another forum thread.
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