The village and surrounding area are full of cultural events all year round as in the rest of Catalonia. Miravet holds its own numerous celebrations throughout the year such as the Festival of Saint Anthony held on the 17th January with winter decorated floats, dinner and bonfire, or the Cherry Festival held in June where the locals join together for the giant paella lunch, cherry tarts and evening dancing.

The main summer festival is held at the beginning of August in honour of Saint Dominic, the patron saint of the potters, and includes a weekend full of activities for all the family including a race down the river in home-made vessels.

Autumn is celebrated with a 4 day festival at the beginning of October including processions, mass, sardine lunch and various organised activities.

In the neighbouring town of Mora d’Ebre there is a festival celebrated every year in July called the “Mora Morasco – 3 visions, 1 world” which combines the area’s history of christians, muslims and jews with decorated streets and people dressed in costumes from different eras. Competitions, parades, theatrical shows and handicrafts are on the list.