Corpus Christi and Pilgrimage of San IsidroFestivity of National Tourist Interest
This festival dates from the 19th century. The most solemn act is the creation of carpets of natural flowers throughout the streets of the historic centre.
The Pilgrimage consists of a procession of believers who carry aloft the figures of the patron saints of the town, San Isidro and Santa María de la Cabeza, who are symbolically offered fruits and soils. The procession is formed by numerous agricultural carts and carriages which provide local colour, as well as large groups singing songs from popular folklore.
Corpus Christi and Pilgrimage of San Isidro
Orotava, La, Tenerife (Canary Islands)