Costa Brava Fireworks Festival

Address:Platja Sa Palomera. 17300 Blanes
Price: free of charge

The International Costa Brava Festival Fireworks in Blanes, is held in the framework of the local fiestas of Santa Anna at the beach, near the big rock ledge Sa Palomera, and during the month of July. It's actually a contest in which pyrotechnic technical enterprises from around the world show their creations in 20-minute sessions that often begin from 23:00 h. The public (up to 450,000 people over the weekend) view them from the beach or from the sea, in boats. Nearly 4 tons of explosives are detonated after the 4 or 6 days that last these performances.

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Fireworks Festival in Blanes beach, Costa Brava

Festival de Focs d'Artfici de Blanes des de la platja, Costa Brava

Montaje espectáculo pirotécnico junto a Sa Palomera, Blanes

Concours de Feux d'Artifice de Blanes, vue de la Tour de Sant Joan

Los niños miran asombrados el Festival Pirotécnico de Blanes, cada mes de julio

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