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Sant Joan

The feast of St. John begins the night before, on the evening of June 23, with what we call revetlla de Sant Joan.
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Correfoc of St. Roc

Pyrotechnic show that runs through the streets of the town. People and the devils dance under the fire sparks to the music of the drums.
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Tots Sants

Special day when families go to the cemetery to honour their dead. We eat panellets ('little marzipan cakes') and roasted chestnuts, with new wine or muscatel.
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Correfoc of St. Nicolau

Pyrotechnic show that runs through the streets of the town. People and the devils dance under the fire sparks to the music of the drums.
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Christmas

In Christmas time we celebrate Cagatió. Tió is a magic log that children have fed for some weeks until the 24th, when we hit it with sticks singing a traditional song to get sweets and presents.
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New Year’s Eve

At New Year's Eve many families gather to start the New Year together. When the clock chimes twelve, everyone eats one grape per stroke.