If you’re looking for fun, grab a disguise and
go to La Linea de la Concepción to experience
a magical fiesta for the four days of its carnival.
The residents of La Linea, with their jests and disguise
groups will keep you entertained.
The day of the dance of the masks is the best,
when the town stages a little comedy of marks and
disguises that is fascinating. On the last day, the
burial of La concha fina concludes a fiesta that is
equally popular and participatory. If you go in summer,
you can relax on the extensive and beautiful beaches
of La Atunara and Carboneras, which offer all sorts
of water sports. In July the fiesta known as La Salvaora
is held; the first three days are outstanding for
the coronation of the Queen and Ladies and the Grand
Cavalvade and Rocío Sunday, when the locals
take to the streets to enjoy a day of singing and
dancing. Have fun.