The Three Wise Men from the East, their pages and their entire entourage arrive at the train station to begin their tour around the city, handing out sweets and promosing a lot of presents. The parade ends in Praza do Obradoiro, where they will be received by the Mayor. Next morning the children open their presents and eat the traditional Epiphany 'roscón' (ring-shaped cake covered with sugar and crystallised fruit and containing a lucky talisman inside).
San Caralampio is held in Melide on the second Sunday in September. This festival, also known as the Festival of the Drunks, has Bacchus reminiscences and is devoted to wine.
Lalín’s feast day is held on the first Sunday after September 18th in honour of Our Lady of Sorrows. The festivities last for 5 days, since Monday and Tuesday are local holidays.