This fair is celebrated in honor of our patron saint in the days prior to August 15. It has its origin in the middle of the 18th century, thanks to Carlos III who granted Coin in 1765 the privilege of celebrating it between August 10 and 14.
During these days the images of the different brotherhoods and brotherhoods of the town go out in procession. On Palm Sunday the Brotherhood of Nuestro Padre Jesús Nazareno takes out "La Pollinica" in procession.
The transfer of the Virgin from the Church of San Juan Bautista to her hermitage takes place on May 1. The whole town comes out to say goodbye to her and accompany her to her sanctuary, where the sacred image remains until the first Sunday of June.
The harvesting of the orange harvest begins in October and ends in May, which is why this date coincides with the Orange Festival, whose celebration commemorates the completion of harvesting in the field.
During the first days of May, Coín celebrates one of the biggest fiestas in its calendar. For several days the town fills with music, dance and joy to welcome spring. The festival has its origins in an ancient agricultural tradition in which farmers celebrated the coming good harvest.