Saint John's Eve
Barcelona is preparing for one of its most magical nights, Saint John's Eve, where the protagonists are the fire, the Coca de Sant Joan and the Cava.
Saint John’s Eve, which is celebrated every year during the night of 23th of June, is lived with special intensity in Barcelona, where it is known as “Nit de Sant Joan” or “La revetlla de Sant Joan”.
Sant Joan is one of the main festivals in Barcelona, one night in which the protagonists are fire, both bonfires and fireworks, the traditional “Coca de Sant Joan” (a sweet pastry) and Cava. It is also a night full of activities and celebrations, where there is no time to sleep.
Sant Joan BarcelonaThe celebrations, which are ideal for sharing with family and friends, starting with the arrival of the “Flame of Canigó” to the Plaça de Sant Jaume around 7:30pm, where also take place a fireworks show from the town hall.
Another of the busiest parts of the city tonight on such a special night are the numerous beaches of Barcelona, where many of its visitors join over 70,000 people who choose this part of the city to celebrate the festival.
Definetely this is one of the most special nights of the city, where its inhabitants and visitors can enjoy a festivity that leaves no one indifferent.