Its origins date back to 1839 as a livestock fair, until today it has become one of the most eagerly awaited festivities by the “policheros”. It is held between the second and third week of August and lasts five days, from Wednesday to Sunday. The lighting of the fairgrounds, accompanied by the local music band “Gailín”, inaugurates this festivity. On the same night, the Flamenco Night takes place.
On the second day of the festival, the parade of Giants and Big-heads and the release of the Bull of Fire complete the morning activities. On the occasion of the Homage to the Polichera Woman, the “Gran Paella” is held in the Municipal Stand, which precedes the Popular Games every afternoon.