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If we are honest, there is not a huge amount to see and do in Llubi, although the little Hermitage of Sant Crist del Remei in Llubi village is well worth a look, also the Llubi Parish Church is very nice.
However, the municipality is famed on the island for its festivals. The first event of note is the Fiesta of the Siurell - on the Saturday before Shrove Tuesday a giant "Siurell" or demon-shaped whistle is burnt and on the following Saturday a Carnival procession takes place.
Later on in the year, on the first Tuesday after Easter, the Fiesta of the Hermitage takes place, which consists in a visit to the Hermitage of Sant Crist del Remei, where a mass is held, this is followed by several events, such as the cooking of paellas, games for children, clay pigeon shooting and the famous "ball de bot" dances. Later on in the evening there is a dance and a community barbecue.
The summer sees a festival in honour of Sant Feliu, the Patron Saint of Llubi, which takes place over five days. On the 31st of July there is a carnival procession of figures with huge heads, followed by fireworks at night. On the day of the Patron Saint on August 1st a mass is held and activities include more street processions, dances, bicycle and running races, and exhibitions.
A winter fair takes place later on in the year, on the first Tuesday after the festival of Santa Catalina (25th of November), this is held in the Church Square of Llubi village and in the surrounding streets.
There is also a market every Tuesday in Llubi village, held in the Plaza de la Carretera.
One other, admittedly bizarre, attraction is the "Museum of Deformed Animals", which holds pride of place in one of Llubi’s bars. This is exactly as the name suggests, a collection of deformed stuffed animals such as a deer with two heads. You have been warned!
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