Melchor, Gaspar and Baltasar are guaranteed to turn up in Javea


THE Fiestas department has assured Javea’s girls and boys that Covid-19 can’t keep the Three Kings away.

This is the time of year when the town hall starts planning the Christmas lights and the welcome for Melchor, Gaspar and Baltasar who arrive each year at Javea’s fishing port on the night of January 5.

Fiestas councillor Kika Mata said it was inevitable that this year would be different, and it would be necessary to avoid crowds during the Kings’ arrival and parade.

“Nonetheless,”Mata declared, “The Three Kings are coming to Javea and they will do so in a safe manner to carry out their magical visit.”

Published by
Linda Hall

Recent Posts

  • Costa de Almería
  • Spain

Mojacar flies the flag

MOJACAR now has an official flag, chosen by the local population. Gabinete Heraldico, heraldry and…

6 mins ago
  • News
  • UK

Student Goes into Labour While Sitting the Bar Exam

A LAW student went into labour while sitting the bar exam and against all odds,…

22 mins ago
  • News
  • Spain

Falkland Islands based trawler catches fire and sinks in Vigo harbour

THE British registered trawler Baffin Bay which is owned and operated by Falkland Islands fishing…

25 mins ago
  • News
  • Spain
  • World News

Spain’s youngest prisoner abroad begs to be returned home

SPAIN’s youngest prisoner abroad begs to be returned home to finish out her sentence, insisting…

28 mins ago
  • Costa del Sol
  • General News
  • News
  • Spain

Estepona paedophile facing six years in prison

A MAN, 62, from Estepona is facing six year and nine months in prison for…

31 mins ago
  • News
  • World News

North Korean Leader Orders Public Execution of COVID Flouter

NORTH KOREA'S Supreme Leader, Kim Jong-un, ordered the public execution of a citizen by firing…

39 mins ago