Every January the 5th, a local festival brightens up the towns and villages across Fuerteventura. This festival, known locally as the Three Kings Parade or ‘Cabalgata Del Reyes’ celebrates the three kings who brought gifts to newborn Jesus and is celebrated with feasts and parades featuring camels and beautiful depictions of the early Christian era across all of Fuerteventura’s settlements.
There is a parade in Corralejo, with Three Kings on their camels[nbsp_tc]that give sweets to the children. The parade starts at the waterpark in Corralejo and marches through the main street to the plaza.
Additionally, in Corralejo, we have on 4th January the visit of Three Kings in Shopping Centre Las Palmeras from five in the afternoon. On January 5th from 7 pm, you can come to the shopping Centre Las Palmeras to listen to Christmas music with Rosa Spiteri.
In Puerto del Rosario, the traditional Three Kings Parade will take place on Tuesday, January 5, 2016, at 17: 30h.
The route of the procession starts[nbsp_tc]in the pier of Puerto del Rosario, where the 3 Reyes Magos have a first contact with the children that will be waiting for them.
Along the seafront towards the C / Duero Street Secundino Alonso until the end in the Bethlehem Gigante, located in the Barranco Pilon, where families can come to Three Kings to greet or give them the corresponding letter to Santa. There will be loads of entertainment and activities for the whole family.
The parade of the Three Kings is a production of the company “Luna de Lobos”.