The Three Kings visit Puerto Banus

The traditional Roscon de Reyes The traditional Roscon de Reyes Wikimedia

THE Three Kings are arriving early at El Corte Inglés in Puerto Banus on the Terrace at 5pm today (Thursday).

This will be an afternoon treat for adults and children alike who can enjoy a traditional bite of Roscon de Reyes, face painting and balloon sculpture.

The afternoon is in association with the Marbella Fire Brigade and one of their favourite charities Debra Butterfly Children with some of the proceeds going to the charity.

Following this, the fun will continue at La Sala Banus where adults are invited to enjoy a two course meal with a glass of house wine for €23 per person and each single youngster under the age of 10 accompanying an adult will eat free of charge between 6.30pm and 8.30pm.

John Smith

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