4x4 Meeting - Les Comes 2019

The biggest 4x4 party is back!

 

If you are a 4x4 fan, like us, you probably know all about Les Comes.

 

For those who don't it's a festival, which brings together more than 1,000 vehicles each year and around 3,000 people, for a fun weekend in a great friendly atmosphere.

 

A multi-brand meeting where you can see the magnificent Dakar trucks, meet some amazing drivers on one of the stands and enjoy the many activities that are organized each year.

 

For young and old, for the whole family, for the group of friends, there's something for everyone!

 

The 8th edition of Les Comes Festival is from March the 15th to the 17th, 2019. It's not to be missed, so put it on your calendar!

 

 

In pictures!

(source: Euro4x4parts & J. Pérez Osoro)

Video !

Where does it take place ?

Les Comes is located between the towns of Súria, Callús and Castellnou de Bages, in Catalonia (Spain).

The 4x4 Festival aims to become one of the most important events for 4x4 enthusiasts. A meeting point where professionals and amateurs can share their experiences in an impressive setting: 520 hectares and 60 kilometres of marked trails!

A party for everyone !

  • There's a commercial area with all the main 4x4 brands in spare parts, accessories etc.
  • A camping area.
  • A large covered restaurant.
  • An activity area (archery, bouncy castle, climbing wall, a large zip line, GPS workshop, Dakar car show, 4x4 tours and trial ...)

(source: blog.lescomes4x4festival.com)

Take a look at the 2018 edition

Find out all the information HERE.

(source images : lescomes4x4festival.com & Euro4x4parts)

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All the photos in this article were taken on authorized roads or tracks, private land, or during supervised competitions. Let's all do our part to preserve the environment!