The Medieval Markets are generally popular events. A lot of the local people take part with a real passion. They dress in period costumes, act out representations of legends and battles and they prepare typical medieval food. The streets are decorated with standards and banners and the ground is covered with straw. There is also street entertainment with music, puppets, donkey rides and a handcrafted, manually operated carousel. Some times they have jousting and falconry exhibitions.
Time will fly by as you stroll through the wide variety of craft stalls that include ceramics, jewellery, leather goods, handmade soaps and candles and beautiful personalised wooden toys. In some cases you can watch the craftsmen and women using the tools of bygone years. You can buy a wide range of traditionally made food products such as spices, sweets, breads and cheese. You can watch, and eat, a traditionally made paella. There is something for everyone, so shouldn't be mis