The festive nature of Onda’s inhabitants is on display all throughout the year, thanks to a large number of festival activities organised by the different neighbourhood committees of the town. Thanks to this, from spring until autumn, there’s hardly a day when visitors can’t find an area in the town where they can enjoy bullfights, popular traditional fairs, communal dinners, etc., organised by each neighbourhood.
- Barrio de la Morería
The week after Easter, this neighbourhood hosts a feast dedicated to San Vicente Ferrer. Bullfights, traditional fairs, variety shows, communal dining and processions in honour of San Vicente Ferrer are some of the activities.
- Barrio Fernando Ferris
Held at the end of May. Bullfights, traditional fairs, variety shows, communal dining.
- Barrio “Camí Castelló”
Celebrated in the beginning of June with bullfights and traditional fairs.
- Barrio de San Juan
Celebrated in mid-June with bullfights and traditional fairs.
- Barrio de San Pedro
Celebrated at the end of June with variety shows, bull runs, toros embolados (bulls with flaming balls attached to their horns) and processions.
- Barrio Vila-Real: Celebrated in mid-May with bullfights and traditional fairs
- Barrio del “Castell”
Celebrated in mid-June with fireworks, animal shows, bullfights, minstrels, fancy dress and traditional fairs.
Celebrated at the end of July with the ringing of bells, competitions, traditional fairs, bullfights, cattle exhibitions, climb to Santa Bárbara and fireworks.
- Barrio de San Joaquín
Celebrated approximately at the end of August, with musical shows, bull runs and toros embolados.
- Barrio del Tossalet
Celebrated during the last week of August with communal dining, bull runs, toros embolados, musical and variety shows.