Carnival Platja d'Aro

Address:Mn. Cinto Verdaguer 4. 17250 Platja d'Aro
Price: free of charge

The Carnival of the Platja d'Aro is the most massive in the Costa Brava, a festival supported by the young and partying fame this village has. Therefore Platja d'Aro is officially on the list of carnival cities of the world and every year it attracts nearly half a million visitors in an organization with more than 4,000 extras and that hosts the famous parades floats, popular foods, popular dances and of course the famous cry of Carnestoltes, the mythical legend who starts the week party. Check the official program on the web to know in detail all the events organized.

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Una noia s'acomiada al Carnaval de Platja d'Aro, Costa Brava

Comparsa del Carnaval de Platja d'Aro, Costa Brava

Affiche du Carnaval Platja d'Aro, le plus célèbre de la Costa Brava

Carrossa del Carnaval de Platja d'Aro

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