Fiestas in Pedreguer
Weekend closest to 17th January sees the San Antonio fiesta with a romeria finishing at the Ermita Sant Blais and the blessing of animals.
3rd February is the fiesta of Sant Blai. A procession finishes at the church. The local 'Porrat' is top of the menu.
February 20th is the annual carnival week which includes the burial and burning of the sardine.
15th July is the fiesta of Sant Bonaventura. The 10 day fiesta is one of the largest in the town and celebrates the Moors and Christians.
8th December and Pedreguer celebrates all week.
Pedreguer and the foreigners
The town of Pedreguer has become a haven for foreigners wishing to make it their home and a great number of properties have been bought by Germans, Scandinavians and English. Several businesses in the town are owned by foreigners.
What's close to Pedreguer?
L'Xara is a small town located between Pedreguer and Denia. The new Denia hostpital is located here. La Xara has around 1,500 inhabitants and was established in the 1800's. There's a small church, supermarket, post office and a handful of other businesses.
Jesus Pobre is a small village close to Pedreguer. Surrounded by orange groves with typical Valencian houses. Narrow streets are lined with quaint, whitewashed houses and there's little to do but enjoy the sun and the peace.
The Jalon Valley offers breath-taking scenery and a pleasant drive. In February this is the best place to see the almond blossom. Green valleys are covered in orange trees.
Denia is 10-15 minutes away and is one of the nicest coastal resorts on the Costa Blanca with its busy town and new marina.
Pedreguer Monte is an urbanisation, just a few kilometres away from the town. The road winds its way to the very peak of the mountain where you will find a mirador. The specially constructed mirador gives panoramic views to the coast, Javea, Denia and in the distance you can see Ibiza. You can see a video from the mirador here.
A few kilometres further along the N332 and you come to The Caves of Benidoleig, you can watch a video of the caves here.
Between Pedreguer and the sea is the Montgo Mountain (el Montgo). The mountain reaches 753 metres above sea level at its peak. In 1987 it was declared a national reserve due to the diversity of the wildlife and flora. many of the species of flora are endemic to the mountain. From the peak you can see Ibiza.