They had enjoied an unique event in a very special frame. The event has been celebrated during the San Juan festivity with the tipycal hogueras (fires on the beach) and many activities like the visit to the Tabarca island.
Part of the incentive has been celebrated in the Santa Barbara’s Castle, the most ancient castle of Mediterranean area. Perched on top of Mount Benacantil, at a height of 166 metres, stands one of Spain’s largest mediaeval fortresses, providing great views of Alicante’s perfect bay.
It has three different enclosures from three distinct periods:
The upper enclosure, “La Torreta”, is where visitors will find the keep and the most ancient remains of the fortress, which mostly date from the 14th century.
The mid-level enclosure is home to the most important buildings, which were built in the 16th century. These include:
the Salón Felipe II hall
the Cuerpo de Guardia guardhouse the Patio de Armas parade ground the Baluarte de la Reina bastion.
The lower enclosure dates back to the 18th century and is home to the Revellín del Bon Repós ravelin.
Tipycal celebration with hogueras, the traditional fires on the beach that people have to jump to have good luck. It represent an agricultural festivity in wich the farmers were celebrating the day more lenght of the year for the compilation of the crops and the most short night for distruction of the evil.
During the incentive the group has experienced many activities like the visit to the Tabarca island. It is an islet located in the Mediterranean sea, close to the town of Santa Pola, in the province of Alicante, Valencian Community. Tabarca is the smallest permanently inhabited islet in Spin and it is currently know for its marine reserve.
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