Nativity of the Virgin Mary
The Nativity is celebrated on September 8, taking place the traditional mass, followed by procession. Formerly it was a very celebrated festival and, like the rest, in one way or another linked to life in the countryside. Specifically, this celebration marked the time when wheat should be stored in the haystacks. In the past bullfights were run in the square, cars were used to enable the perimeter, and more recently the heifer release.
Festivities are currently scheduled on the weekends closest to this date and, as the culmination of this religious celebration, the nearest Saturday a popular cauldron is organized, a tradition established in most mountain villages and that manages to gather a large number of participants.