What is Christmas? Christmas is excitement, magic, joy, dreams, surprises, loved ones, reunions, friends, traditions, sweets, charity, love, and loads and loads of presents.

Once again, the Habaneras Shopping Centre, managed by CBRE, has kicked off the fondest time of the year. After the traditional act of turning the Christmas lights on, this year The Red Velvets
were in charge, delighting attendees with a live concert given by the trio. After their performance, the centre was again bathed in a white and blue light set, the insignia of Habaneras, fascinating
the visitors.

To fill the season with excitement, dreams, and also charity, the Shopping Centre has programmed an activity and events calendar to enjoy with family and friends, which it will share through its
usual channels.

What’s more, between 1 and 21 December, the Habaneras Christmas Basket raffle deal will be made available, with over 20 top-quality products, valued at more than 450€. To participate, you just need to validate your receipts from purchases at Habaneras shops at the shopping centre’s Information Point. Every 20€ spent provides a participation ticket for the raffle, which will be drawn in the presence of a notary next 22 December.

And for visitors to Habaneras to keep showing their most generous side, from the 6 through the 31 December, Habaneras will prepare a “Charity Point”, where toys, food and clothing can be
provided to those who need it the most, in collaboration with the Spanish Red Cross.

Moreover, a Charity Market will be held 8 and 9 December, in collaboration with local NGOs and NGO Councillorship and Volunteers of Torrevieja.

Come join us, and enjoy these holidays, full of light and fun at our shopping centre. And also show your most charitable side, giving the gift of excitement.

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