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.
In custom, as in most carnival customs, Dionysian elements, masquerades and satirical songs have been added, and at the end of the day, Agas is led to the square. Agas, accompanied by his staff, tries to enter the village from the old central iron gate of the village. The guards resist vigorously, but eventually manage to get in and head to the main square, to start the trials. There is no lack of humor, teasing and cheering from the attendees, who know that their turn may be coming to trial and condemnation.