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Iberian Land Festival 2013

Date: 
Tuesday, 30 July, 2013 to Saturday, 10 August, 2013
Responsible: 
Manel Gómez
Josep Pou
Anna Triadó
Number of Participants / Visitors / Audience: 
Expected +600

Terra Ibèrica (Iberian Land) is a summer festival which stemmed from the "Iberian Nights" events in the first decade of the century and was created with the aim to disseminate the Iberian world .

Since 2010 with a festival format, in Terra Ibèrica the visitor can find activities for a wide range of public: a temporary exhibition, workshops for children, guided tours, food workshops, a night re-enactment show and the gastronomic program linked to the Festival in which local restaurants will offer special dishes and drinks of Iberian food to their costumers.

This year's leitmotif is the celebration of the 30 years since the site had the first archaeological excavation so many activities will revolve around this topic.

This event is open for staff exchanges for OpenArch partners if they want to participate in the preparation of activities (especially the re-enactment shows 9-10 August) and know about the organisation of the festival.

More info: calafellhistoric@calafell.org