Mesta is the ideal place for a pleasant holiday all year round. And every time the visitor has to see and enjoy something new. It is also worth visiting Mesta on Easter, visitors comes to worship, listen to the sequences, decorate the epitaph, celebrate the Resurrection at the Taxiarches Church, see the burning of Judas and enjoy the customs of the village. And as the stay at Mesta was marked in a large touristic exhibition, "you will feel like a native in no time" On Good Friday, there were hanging candles that filled the scene with the devotion of the day. Τhis time Mesta is a unique setting to experience unique moments.
The celebration of Suma, (local product, alcoholic drink made of figs) is an example of their tradition and customs. Its important to mention the collective work, and volunteering. From the morning the whole village is prepairing for the feast. To set the barbecues, transfer the figs to the Square to build Ambuka, to make Souma and give it to consumption. Almost under the cover of Taxiarhis, the rest of the village is working.
In the afternoon they set the tables in the square so that visitors from all over the island, dance, eat and drink until morning.