Their Majesties The Three Kings of the East are already on their way and are scheduled to arrive by boat to the fishing pier of Puerto de Mazarrón at around 4pm this Friday, January 5, to continue later from 7pm in Mazarrón. The Cabalgata will be opened by the Tambor and Cornetas Band, followed by the floats of De Rosa and Juan Antonio Iglesias dance schools, which will precede a float inspired by the Nativity and the Three Kings.

Thursday 4 January the Royal Mailmen are collecting the letters of all the children from 5pm to 7pm in the Plaza Toneleros of Puerto de Mazarrón and from 7pm – 9pm in the Town Hall Square of Mazarrón.

The itinerary of the Friday Cavalcade will begin at the fishing pier in the direction of the Paseo de la Sal, passing in front of the Barracks of Puerto de Mazarrón and continuing along Calle Hernán Cortés to the streets of Francisco Yúfera, Avda Tierno Galván, Plaza Toneleros and González Ballesta to pass in front of the church of San José and head towards Calle Mayor and end at the Paseo Marítimo. The traditional gift delivery is scheduled at 5.30pm in Plaza Toneleros.

In Mazarrón, Their Majesties depart at 7pm from the Residencia de Ancianos on Calle Filomeno Hostench, continuing along Calle Covadonga, Avenida de la Constitución and Plaza Callao. The delivery of gifts is scheduled for 8.30pm. At the same hour the draw for the III Ruta del Belén is scheduled.

For the January 6, the activities of Reyes in the districts of the municipality take centre stage. At 10:30am there will be a chocolate cake with cakes at the Local Social Cañada de Gallego, a place where from 11.30am there will be a Parade with Live Bethlehem and the performance of the Cuadrilla de Las Balsicas. In the afternoon, at 8pm in La Majada, a play by the Canalejas group will end the programme of Christmas parties