The Mazarrón City Council, as a preventive measure to avoid holding events in which crowds of people occur, has made the decision to postpone the events scheduled from the Department of Celebrations on the occasion of the festivity of San José. This has been announced by Miguel Ángel Peña, Mayor of Celebrations, and José María Moreno, Councillor of Puerto de Mazarrón, where the festivities take place.

What does remain is the celebration of the Ruta de la Tapa de San José that will take place from Friday the 13th to Sunday the 22nd of March, both inclusive. “10 establishments participate in this edition,” said Miguel Ángel Peña, who stressed that “to participate in the prize draw, you must complete a minimum of 6 passport stamps that can be collected at the Tourist Office and in restaurants and participating bars ”.

For the winner who completes the entire route, a 2-night prize has been prepared from May 22 to 24 at the Hotel ‘Best Alcázar’ 4 * in Almuñécar,  Full Board for 2 people. Likewise, different prizes donated by the participating establishments are contemplated. Passports may be deposited, once completed or with a minimum of 6 stamps, at the aforementioned Tourist Office located in the Plaza Toneleros of Puerto de Mazarrón.

The Councillor for Celebrations has explained that “to avoid crowds, in this phase of containment of the coronavirus in the Region of Murcia, we have decided to postpone the festivities as a preventive measure.” A decision that has been endorsed by the Councillor of Puerto de Mazarrón, José María Moreno, who stressed that “health is prioritized over any celebration, following the recommendations that come from the Ministry of Health”, both launching a message of tranquility and remembering the importance of following the advice and recommendations of the health authorities.