There will be the lighting of the flame, the Berber landing, the great parade and, of course, the traditional and popular medieval market will be set up.
Los Alcázares will travel back to the 16th and 17th centuries to celebrate its Berber Incursions from April 6 to 9 and once again offer residents and visitors a different and alternative way to celebrate Holy Week.
The festivity will begin on Thursday, April 6 with the lighting of the flame and the inauguration of the medieval market that will take the streets of Los Alcázares back to the Middle Ages for a few days.
To the traditional celebrations such as musical and artistic performances through the streets of the municipality, the Berber landing or the great parade, this year there is also a medieval tournament that will take place on La Concha Beach and children's activities that will take place on Calle from Los Luisos and the Fairgrounds.
The nights will also be the protagonists of this XXII edition of the Incursiones Berberiscas with performances by Los Inhumanos, La Mundial and Los Celtas Cortos in the Fiesta area where there will also be drink and food bars for all attendees.
The poster that illustrates this edition of the Berber Incursions is the work of the artist Adrián Cruz, a fester and active member of the community, who has managed to capture in an image the feeling of all the festeros who wait excitedly for the Berber flame to be rekindled in Los Alcazares.
A start to the festivities that will also be marked by the proclamation that this year will come from the journalist and correspondent for La Verdad in the Mar Menor.
A larger and more varied medieval market
The famous medieval market that invades the streets of Los Alcázares has become, after many years, one of the largest and most visited in Spain and this year it expands its location to unite the downtown area of Los Alcázares with the Festival Venue.