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Las Fallas Festival 2018

Valencia, Spain

14th - 19th March 2018

Setting fire to things at Las Fallas Festival 2018

Includes cabin-style accommodation, sleeping bags, hot hearty breakfast each morning and delicious dinner every night, nightly transfers to and from Las Fallas, experienced guides, unlimited beer and sangria available at the campsite for 10 euros per day, free shots and crazy drink deals at a central bar in Valencia every night – the pre-game for massive nights out during the Festival!! Choose to meet us there or ride round trip to and from Barcelona for the weekend!

Spain is famous for its unique and crazy street festivals, and this fiesta is one-of-a-kind. Las Fallas takes place in Valencia, a city of just 1 million inhabitants, but this increases to around 3 million flame-lovers during the event. Las Fallas is a celebration of the coming of spring. It is a festival to wish a jubilant bon voyage to winter, where locals bid farewell to those cold days and even colder nights by building giant ninots (puppets or dolls) out of cardboard, wood, paper machè and plaster, and then burn them to the ground. There are spectacular fireworks set off from every angle, and, of course, drinking sangria and dancing in the streets.

The ninots are made to look lifelike and usually fit in with current events, poking fun at Spanish politicians and celebrities. The massive structures are sometimes lifted into place by cranes on the day of la plantà or the rising, and they remain here until the 19th March, the day of the burning. Young men wander around the city with axes making little hard-to-spot holes in the ninots and stuffing them full of fireworks. Just before midnight the crowds in Valencia start to chant, the streetlights are turned off and finally at midnight the ninots are set on fire. What follows is an explosion of fireworks, roaring fires and full-on excitement.

Stoke Travel Does Las Fallas 2018

In true Stokie style, each year at Las Fallas Festival we host a weekend of camping nearby with our ever-present bar of unlimited beer and sangria! We’ll be warm and cozy in our cabins when we pass out so all you have to do is tumble into bed once the celebrations are over. Our chef will cook up a culinary storm and we’ll have crazy drink deals in a central Valencia Bar (open 20:00-03:00) every night to pre-game for the long party ahead of us. If you’re looking for a weekend of mayhem from Barcelona, Stoke has you covered. Check out our trip options here.PRICE: €60 | AU$ 87 | US$ 67 | £52 per NIGHT (MIN 2 NIGHTS)

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Key Features

  • Where: Valencia, Spain
  • When: 14th - 19th March 2018
    16th - 19th March if you ride with us to Las Fallas
  • How: Meet us there or take our private shuttle from Barcelona and join us for a Barcelona stay before or after too if you like.
  • Age: Young at heart traveler 18+. Free trip if you bring your grandma
  • Sleep: Cabin-style accommodation with sleeping bags provided
  • Eat: Hot and hearty breakfasts each morning and delicious dinners every evening

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  • Included:

    • Cabin-style accommodation with sleeping bag provided
    • Hot breakfast daily
    • Delicious dinner every night
    • Nightly transfers to and from Las Fallas for 1.50 euros
    • Experienced guides to lead you through the mayhem
    • Access to unlimited beer and sangria at the Stoke campsite for 10 euros per day
    • Nightly free shots and drink deals at a Central Valencia Bar, open 20:00-03:00

    Add-On’s: 

    • Unlimited beer and sangria at the Stoke campsite for 10 euros per day
  • Wednesday 15th – Thursday 16th

    Campsite chills all day every day.

    Guides into town after dinner every night for fiestas. Start at Stoke Bar.

    At 14:00 Mascletà (daytime pyrotechnic event) in the town square – every day of Las Fallas

    At 00:00 – L’alba de les falles with pyrotechnic show (on Wednesday 15th)
    At 00:00 – Huge firework display at Paseo de la Alameda (on Thursday 16th)

    Friday 17th 

    Ride With Us from Barcelona arrives arrives in Valencia at 21:00 (departs Barcelona at 16:00)

    It’s Friday Party. With unlimited flowing booze and paella for all.

    Saturday 18th

    Wake up to a hearty breakfast at the campsite before heading to Valencia to check out the daytime festivities. Return to Stoke campsite for dinner where we’ll get on the unlimited beer and sangria then head into town again to the bar for some crazy drink deals! Party til the break of dawn!

    Beach Activities from 11:00

    Guides into town after dinner for fiestas. Start at Stoke Bar.

    Flamenco show in bar at 20:00

    Sunday 19th – Today is the DAY!

    La Crema or the Burning, the biggest night of the festival!

    Walking Tour leaving camp at 09:30 finishes at 11:00 on the San José bridge.

    11:00: On the San José bridge the Fallas Queens of Valencia make an offering of flowers. When the ceremony is over, a mascletà takes place

    14:00: Mascletà in the town square

    19:00: Fire parade on Calle Colón, from Calle Ruzafa to Puerta de la Mar square.

    Guides into town after dinner for more fiestas.

    22:00: The kids’ fallas are set on fire

    22:30: Burning of the children’s falla that won first prize

    23:00: Burning of the children’s falla in the town square

    00:00: All fallas in Valencia are set alight

    00:30: Burning of the falla that won first prize overall

    01:00: Firework display in the town square and burning of the town falla

    Ride With Us Bus will depart right after the Burning Ceremony directly from Valencia center at 2am to return to Barcelona on Monday March 20th at 7am, in time to return to reality

    Monday 20th – Day of Rest

    Late check out at 11:00

    See you all at SpringFest or Barcelona where our next stoke parties will kick off!

  • Where the Wild Oranges roam.

    We stay just outside Valencia city at Camping Coll Vert. The campsite is well connected to Valencia city, and we’ll have nightly guided shuttles or during the day you can hop on the public bus for just €1.50 to get into Valencia to enjoy Las Fallas!

    The campsite is not wild in the slightest, with full-time security, a bar, restaurant and shop onsite, a great swimming pool, clean amenities and great authentic Spanish atmosphere.

    And there is so much more to the region outside of the festivities! Valencia has a wonderful old walled city, great modern architecture, clubs, restaurants, beaches and bars. It’s just wonderful! Come and see it! You’re going to love it! We adore it!

    Campsite Address:

    Carretera del Riu, 486
    46012 – Pinedo (Valencia)
    Valencia

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  • Meet Us There

    Aeroplanes are fast

    Fly to Valencia and then make your way to our camp. A train will take you into the city centre (Estación del Norte) from the airport. From there it’s just 5 stops on the 190a Bus to Camping Coll Vert. Check out the little hint below for details of your Valencia – Camping Coll Vert commute.

    Trains are simple

    It was once considered glamorous to travel by train. These days it’s merely considered to be faster, yet more expensive, than buses and slower, but often cheaper, than planes.
    FOR QUICK, CHEAP AND EASY TRAINS CHECK OUT EUROVENTURE.

    Buses take you places

    Same thing again. Just make sure you get a ride to Valencia and not somewhere else, like Palencia, which is on the other side of Spain, but presumably full of pals.

    Valencia to the Campsite:

    From the central train Station (Valencia Estacio del Nord) walk 5 minutes out the door to the Gran Via de Germanias-4 bus stop. Get Bus 190a and ride it 5 stops to Carrera del Riu. Once you get off, you’ll see Camping Coll Vert 100 meters in front of you, and there Stoke shall be!

    Campsite Address:

    Camping Coll Vert
    Carretera del Riu, 486
    46012 – Pinedo (Valencia)
    España

  • Enter all of your questions in the Ask a Question Tab and we’ll answer them here…

    Do you provide transport from Valencia centre?

    We will have guides to take you on the public bus for just €1.50 to get into Valencia to enjoy Las Fallas!

    What is the breakfast like?

    Breakfast is bacony and eggy and delicious. Sometimes there’a pancake or two thrown in for good measure. Our chefs are pretty dang good at food.

    Are there lockers where we can put our passports or other important items?
    The campsite itself has no lockers, but we have a campervan which gets locked every night and we can put small valuables in there during the festival and when we’re away from the campsite.

    Are these questions really the most frequently asked?
    No, but if you have any specific questions you must email info@stoketravel.com – the guys in the office know absolutely everything about anything.

  • Reviews & ratings

    • Roos says:

      WHAT AN INCREDIBLE WEEKEND IN VALENCIA, LAS FALLAS IS CRAAAZY!

    • Stephanie says:

      THE STOKE TRAVEL CREW WERE BRILLIANT GUIDES. WE’LL DEFINITELY BE GOING AGAIN NEXT YEAR!

    • Sam says:

      MY MIND WAS BLOWN HOW BIG AND REAL THE NINTOS WERE. THE FIREWORKS WERE SICK AND WE JUST RAN AROUND ALL NIGHT GOING WILD IN THE STREET PARTIES.

    • Joost says:

      A PARTY LIKE NO OTHER, THE SPANISH REALLY KNOW HOW TO THROW A STREET PARTY. BRING ON LAS FALLAS 2017!

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  • What an incredible weekend in Valencia, Las Fallas is craaazy! - Jimmy, UK

  • The Stoke Travel crew were brilliant guides. We'll definitely be going again next year - Stephanie, Barcelona

  • My mind was blown at how big the ninots were. The fireworks were sick and we ran around all night going wild in the street parties - Sam, Australia

  • A party like no other, the Spanish really know how to throw a street party. Bring on Las Fallas 2018! - Joost, Amsterdam

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14th - 19th March

Las Fallas - Meet Us There

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Trip option: Las Fallas - Meet Us There

Included:

  • Travel your own way to Las Fallas and meet us there
  • Cabin-style accommodation with sleeping bag provided
  • Hot breakfast daily
  • Delicious dinner every night
  • Nightly transfers to and from Las Fallas for 1.50 euros
  • Experienced guides to lead you through the mayhem
  • Access to unlimited beer and sangria at the Stoke campsite for 10 euros per day
  • Nightly free shots and drink deals at a Central Valencia Bar (open 20:00-03:00)

Add-On’s: 

  • Unlimited beer and sangria at the Stoke campsite for 10 euros per day
16th - 19th March 2018

Ride With Us from Barcelona

Stoke Travel

€ 195

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Trip option: Ride With Us from Barcelona

Includes:

  • Return private bus transport. Bus leaves Plaza Catalunya Friday, March 17 at 4pm and arrives in Valencia at 9pm. It departs Valencia for Barcelona at 2am on Monday the 20th March right after La Crema, arriving in Barcelona at 7am.
  • 2 nights Cabin Style Accommodation at our Stoke campsite with sleeping bag
  • Breakfast and dinner daily
  • Stoke guides to the “Nit de Foc” or night of fire
  • Stoke guides to La Crema
  • Stoke guides to “La Mascletà” a mid day firework show
  • Nightly free shots and drink deals at a Central Valencia Bar, open 20:00-03:00

Add-On’s: 

  • Unlimited beer and sangria at the Stoke campsite for 10 euros per day

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