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On June 15 we celebrate the patron of San Vito from which the town takes its name. Religious and civil celebrations are held on the weekend closest to June 15. On the night of Saturday, after the blessing, the group of flower arrangers begin working along the roads of the medieval village to prepare the traditional floral display on which the procession passes on Sunday afternoon.

On Sunday morning an artisanal market takes place and several Masses in St. Vito church finish with the procession through the old town centre. At the end of the procession there are the food and wine tastings, music, bingo in the square and fireworks.