It is a holiday of great tourist interest for its ancestrality, colorful and colorful. It is celebrated the weekend closest to the day of the Saint, on January 17. Noteworthy is the dragging of trees with horses (les rossegades), the traditional monumental bonfire in the church square and the procession with animals, during which the popular "publicata", an annual satirical critic on current issues, is read. After the procession, "coquetes de Sant Antoni" are distributed.
The following day, a solemn mass is celebrated and, in the afternoon, the traditional "corregudes" take place, whose winner receives a chicken as a prize. After them, the mayorals who organized the party the following year became public.
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