Cabo de Palos – Market Sun
Tel 968 128 800 – Market Wed
The elderly and people with disabilities will have 21 courses over the next few months to remain active physically, mentally and socially. The activities include computer science, dance, English, history of Cartagena and painting. The activities will be held in the elderly and disability clubs and centres.
Exhibition – Roman Theatre Museo, Cartagena – 2nd June-28th August
Cantica Canticorum exposure shows a selection of 40 works of contemporary art by the artist Aybar Valley. This art project is the result of the encounter with the medieval manuscript of the Song of Songs in San Pedro de Roda, which was developed in the Scriptorium of the Monastery of Ripoll in the eleventh century and the artist located at the National Library of France Paris.
Created from his studio and workshop in the old dairy in Chamartin in Madrid, the Cantica Canticorum is an exhibition where the artist takes us through contemporary art in the most poetic and amorous verses.
The Alternative Free Time (T-LA) programme hosts a total of 94 activities that young people between 14 and 35 years old can enjoy. 28 associations are participating with a budget of 10,000€. Among the activities scheduled are trips and excursions to Sierra Nevada, Oasis Mini Hollywood Theme Park in Almería, an excursion to the Canelobre Caves in Busot, which includes a visit to the Pérez chocolate factory and a trip to Cantabria, which is scheduled for the week of July 8th – 13th.
Healthy Aging: Updated version for health professionals until 1st July @ Menéndez Pelayo International University
200 hours of online tuition 370€
‘El Latido de las Piedras’ Photography of Classical Mediterranean Art until 28th August at the Roman Theatre Museum, Cartagena
Throughout June Cartagena Port are combining culture, music and gastronomy with music by artists such as Jaime Urrutia, Kiko Veneno and Varry Brava – more information on 968 500 093
Perlas a Millares – Flamenca Fiesta in Plaza de la CIM, Cartagena 7th-17th June
Tel 868 049 941/692 925 970 – Market Tues
Market Tues & Sat (Los Narejos)
Shows will be taking place every Thursday in Los Alcazares from 6th July to 4th August. The performances will start at 10pm in the Plaza del Ayuntamiento and the programme is:
Thursday 6th July Night of Spanish Songs with Carlos Vargas
Thursday 13th July Night of Mexican Music
Thursday 20th July Night of Music with Salva Ortega
Thursday 27th July Night of Music with the Curiana’s Club Paraiso
Tel 968 172 041 – Market Wed & Thurs
San Javier Squalos Rugby @ Rugby field, PDM Sports Ground
Men Tues & Thurs 8.30-10.30pm
Women Tues & Thurs 10.00-11.30pm
12-18yrs Tues & Thurs 7.30-9.00pm
6-10yrs Thurs 6pm-7pm & Sat 10am-11am
Saturday 9th & Sunday 10th – San Javier Air Show
30th June – 28th July – San Javier Jazz Festival
Santiago de Ribera – 968 571 704 – Market Wed
Wednesday 13th June – Free Boat Trip in English from Puerto Tomas Maestre, La Manga to Santiago de Ribera. 12.15pm. Booking essential on 968 146 136/968 573 700 Ext 5351
San Pedro del Pinatar
Tel 968 182 301 – Market Mon & Thurs (Lo Pagan)
Black and White Exhibition – in the temporary exhibition hall Museo del Mar until 1st July
History of La Manga – A cycle of talks every Saturday during June (8pm except last Saturday when it will be 10am) in the Britannia room, Hotel Cavanna exploring the history of La Manga – free entry until full
Sunday 17th June – Mountain Bike Race from San Javier to La Manga 7.30am from Pabellón PDM. 15€/20€ to include t-shirt, paella and boat trip back to San Javier.
Tel 968 579 937 – Market Thurs (Balsicas) & Sat (Dolores)
Saturday 16th June – Free Guided Visit to the Cabezo Gordo in Torre Pacheco This is a guided tour in Spanish (although some English is spoken on site) of a prehistoric excavation site surrounding Torre Pacheco, where many human and animal fossil remains have been discovered.
Places must be reserved at Tourist Office or email firstname.lastname@example.org