The Corpus Christi is a festival of remarkable importance in Fuenlabrada de los Montes, a town that also has its own "devils" to disturb this religious day.

Early in the morning, these "devils" make an appearance to wake up the neighbors, offering lupins in exchange for donations.

Parallel to the irruption of these disturbing elements of local peace, the streets of the town are covered with sawdust, including sophisticated drawings and messages of joy in honor of Jesus Christ, arranging altars throughout the urban core and hanging spectacular embroidered shawls by hand on the balconies, in order to welcome the Body of Christ (Corpus Christi), endowing Fuenlabrada de los Montes with a spectacular color during the course of this festivity, in which a great procession of banners, flowers thrown into the air and boys and girls dressed in communion attire confront with their devotion the demonic element represented by the "devils".