Of recognized fame throughout the region, where the typical “mascarones” make the streets their own. Tradition gives it a prominent position in municipal celebrations, as they continued to be celebrated here even in times when it was prohibited, receiving visits from people from the neighboring towns. It begins with the comparsas and chirigotas contests, as well as a great cavalcade. It is celebrated all week and closes with the fun funeral entourage of the burial of the sardine.
Twinned with that of Cádiz, the Carolinian carnival enjoys great prestige and tradition.