The annual Chestnut Festival is held the last days of October in the village of Arna. It is a 3-day festival that features artistic events and a charming open air market. Rich food made from chestnuts and other traditional products of the area are offered in the main square of the village, accompanied by folk music and dances. At this festival, you have the opportunity to try boiled or baked chestnuts from the country’s biggest frying pan and in the old “charani” (large metal pot, often used for cooking). The pot, which burns in the square, welcomes visitors, offering them warm raki that has just been distilled. At the same time there is a photography exhibition for the chestnut and its harvesting, in which visitors can voluntarily participate.