Leave the stocking at home
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Lucky Britons who are considering jetting off to Spain to celebrate Christmas this year may wish to leave their stockings at home.
This is because according to The Etownian, Spanish children fill their shoes with straw or barley to feed the camels who have been carrying their weary passengers on a long journey.
In return for this generosity, Santa ensures that the kids' shoes are filled with gifts on Christmas morning.
However, Britons may wish to make sure it is not their dancing shoes that they fill with camel food, as after Midnight Mass it is traditional for the streets to fill with performers to enjoy a special dance known as the Jota.
And in the weeks leading up to Christmas, another custom is for families to gather round and sing and dance around the manger scene in order to spread a little seasonal spirit.
Britons who wish to experience a Christmas with a difference this year may be pleased to hear that they can book cheap flights to Spain through budget airline Jet2.com
Meanwhile, the resort Finca la Herradura in Orgiva, Spain, has been awarded the Times' Best Place to Stay in Europe 2008 award.
Book cheap flights to Spain online from Jet2.com, the low cost airline.