La Nit de la Cremà de Dénia is one of the most important events of the Fallas and that is celebrated every year in the city during the holidays. It is a night in which all the monuments that have been planted in the streets for the occasion are burned.
In the Nit de la Cremà, which is celebrated on the night of March 19, all the fallas are burned in a large bonfire, in a ceremony that symbolizes the end of the festivities.
- 20: 00 hours: Cremà of the failure of the Local Board Fallera Denia
- 20: 30 hours: Cremà of the children's fallas of the First Section except that of the Saladar fails.
- 21: 00 hours: Cremà of the infantile falla of the Saladar falla and infantile fallas of the Special Section except that of the fails Center.
- 21: 30 hours: Cremà of the infantile falla of the Center falla.
Big Faults - First Section
- 22: 30 hours: Cremà of the Camp Roig and Diana faults.
- 23: 00 hours: Cremà of the Les Roques and Port-Rotes faults.
- 23: 30 hours: Cremà of the Campaments and Saladar faults.
- 23: 45 hours: Cremà of the Darrere fails Castell.
Big Faults - Special Section
- 00: 30 hours: Cremà of the París-Pedrera and Oeste faults.
- 01: 15 hours: Cremà of the Baix la Mar fails.
- 01: 30 hours: Cremà de la falla Centro.
The hours of the cremà are approximate.
The night always begins with the cremà of the Junta Local Fallera. After this, the children's monuments follow, from the lowest to the highest prize, and starting with the First Category and culminating in the Special Category. The same order is repeated, once the last child falla has been burned, with the big fallas.
In 2023, the order will be as follows:
- Local Board Fallera
- Children's Fallas of the First Section except that of the Saladar
- Falla Saladar and children's fallas of the Special Section except that of the Center
- Falla Centro
- Camp Roig and Diana faults
- Les Roques and Port-Rotes faults
- Fallas Campaments and Saladar
- Falla Darrere del Castell
- Paris-Pedrera and West faults
- Falla Baix la Mar
- Falla Centro
The monuments are burned in the same place where they are planted, in 11 points distributed among the districts of Dénia.
You can check the exact location on this map: