Mojácar prepares its special transport service for the night of the Candles.

This Thursday 21st of July one of the most eagerly anticipated events of the year returns to Mojácar: the Night of the Candles.

Mojácar Pueblo will turn off the lights and will be lit up by thousands of candles, which will form routes through its streets. The beauty of one of Spain’s prettiest villages will be enhanced, where the music of live piano, violin and saxophone will surprise visitors in different locations.
Batucada percussion will liven up all the crowds who go along to Mojácar on this special night.
From the castle viewpoint it will be possible to gaze at the stars through telescopes.
In addition, the organisation reminds members of the public attending the event they can also play a part by coming dressed in white, which contributes to creating a lovely atmosphere.
Given the time of year of the celebration and the high hotel occupancy, Mojácar Local Council will activate a special transport service with the aim of speeding up transfers between the village and the beach, in an effective and sustainable way.
From 7pm in the evening and until 3am in the early hours (last bus down from the village), there will be a special transport service, which will have 20 buses distributed between five lines, which will make the transfers quickly and comfortably.
To facilitate the smooth running of the operation, the Local Council is setting up six bus ticket sales huts where you will be able to buy your round-trip tickets.
The sales huts for transport ticket sales will be located in the following areas: Hotel Indalo, Pueblo Indalo, Marina de la Torre, Montemar Commercial Centre (Post Office), village access service station and Mojácar Pueblo (Pavana). You are reminded that the use of facemasks on public transport is necessary.
The different stops on the Avda. de Encamp are already signposted so that visitors to the village on the night can easily find their five lines.
Mojácar Council strongly recommends that visitors leave their private vehicles in the coastal area or in park and rides set up for the purpose and to not forget that the use of facemasks is obligatory on public transport.