You’ll see women and men alike buzzing around preparing typical dishes, and ancient recipes pass down one generation after another.
In some of the most ancient Cortes, you’ll be able to see tiny kitchens with stone burners, as well as the woodstove to cook the carasau bread. The families would get together to make the bread and spend some quality time, and you’ll be able to experience that same ancient atmosphere.
You will see first-hand homemade pasta being made by women, or the cheese-making process, which is still being made as before when shepherds took it with them on their journey. But, most of all, you’ll wash all this down with a fine glass of Nepente.
You’ll meet artisans, goldsmiths, blacksmiths, shoemakers, weavers and carpenters, all skilful enough to portray the spirit of their land in their works, putting in practice what the people before them taught.
Sas Cortes will be open for three days, and they will once again be the core of the house and life, a place to bring people together again.
The accordion will play non stop, inviting townspeople and visitors alike to start the dance. This occasion will be a celebration where everyone will be close together again when the squares create new friendships and find love.