Saint Anthony's day on 17th January is celebrated by going to the chapel dedicated to the saint, above the village, and blessing the livestock. There used to be a race back to the village, though only the boldest took part as the slope down from the chapel is steep.
On 2nd February people buy the typical "rotllo", a sweet delicacy to be eaten on Saint Blaise's day.
The main village festivity is held at the nearest weekend to 6th May, in honour of Saint John the Evangelist, popularly known as “La Cirereta”.
The second weekend in November sees the autumn festivities, with a "trencada d’olles" where children smash pots filled with presents, and distribution of cakes to the village children.