The night of the 23rd of June is a magical night full of traditions and symbolism. Its origin is in the celebration of the summer solstice, since it is the longest night of the year in the northern hemisphere and after it, days will become shorter waiting for the arrival of winter.
The festivities of Saint Bernabe begin this week. They celebrate the recapturing of Marbella by the Catholic Monarchs in 1485. The most significant occasion is on the 11th of June as it is the day of Saint Bernabe, patron of the city.