16 March 2014
St. Patrick’s Day is one of the most popular annual celebrations in the world. Cabo Roig a small town located on the Orihuela Costa will be turning green for the St. Patrick's Day Parade. Last year, an estimated 10,000 people took to the streets of Cabo Roig for Spain’s largest St. Patrick’s Day parade.
This year will be Cabo Roig’s fourth year hosting a parade along the main strip in town and is expected to feature marching bands, local biker clubs, classic cars and Irish dignitaries. Celebrations also include face painting, street magicians, bouncy castles & Irish dancers. Spend the morning in Cabo Roig roaming the bars and restaurants which will be offering all things Irish including food, drink and of course Irish music.
The parade will commence between Slievenamon and Bog Road from 3pm and proceed past the Trinity and Rianxeria onto Calle Cielo passing Bar Liquid and Flanagans ending at Cabo Roig roundabout. There will also be a spectacular fireworks display at 10.30 pm. to round off what will be a memorable day.