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Traditionally the big day is the Saturday of the Piñata (Piñata is a large sack of sweets which is hit with sticks until it breaks and all the sweets fall out), celebrated a week later than normal in the rest of Spain.
Groups of young people wear fancy dress and parade through the centre of the town finishing in the Recinta Ferial where the winners of the best fancy dress receive prizes.

The Children´s Carnival is on the Tuesday with a parade organised by the local infant and primary schools. Each year a different theme is chosen and after the parade down the Gran Via there is a fiesta in the Cine Rosales.