During the year, it is celebrated in the council a variety of events and festivals. Each parish has own religious festivity: 

In Cariño:

  • Religious pilgrimage of S. Xiao, in O Trebo small village, the last Sunday of January. Religious pilgrimage with popular and crowded pilgrims going to the ancient Roman Village , nearest Ortegal Cape.
  • As Angustias, first Sunday of July. The first Festival Summer in Cariño.
  • Carmen Festivity, 15th and  16th The main festival of fishermen, with a beautiful sea procession, the longest of Spain, by the Ortegal  Cliffs, and   accompaniment of  typical “Danza de Arcos”.
  • Bartolo. Religious festivity in honour of the town patron saint´s . From  23th to26th August, ending  Cantalarrana place.  24th August, the big day, is celebrated the patron saint, processioning by the streets of the village.

In A Pedra:

  • Saint Antonio Festivity,  13th
  • Nosa Señora (Our lady). Parish main festival. The 15th of August
  • A Milagrosa, 2nd Sunday of July, in Figueiroa.

In Feás:

  • San Pedro, the 29th of June.
  • Os Remedios, 2nd Sunday of September.

In Sismundi:

  • Carmen festivity, the first Sunday of August.

In Landoi:

  • Santiago festivity, the 25th of July.

Besides religious festivities, there are other important events as Entroido (Carnival), changeable dates at the beginning of the year, very important in Cariño; the Repichocón, a folkloric festival organized by A.C. San Xiao do Trebo, final July; Caldeirada and Sardiña Lañada Gastronomic Festival, the first Saturday of August, where we can taste Cariño's typical dishes; Mostra de Teatro Galego de Cariño, a theater festival, one of the oldest in Galicia, during different dates ending August, among others.

It is a must to highlight the Danza de Arcos de Cariño, an arch dance with uncertain origin, it is a group of dancers carrying some coloured-ribbon arches, making different dances accompanied by galician bagpipe music. Originary formed by an odd number of fishermen, all men, it is integrated actually by women and men as dancers. They wear totally in white, with   coloured-lace on left  shoulder, carrying a coloured sash, of different colours, across from right to left and a flowered cloth in the waist. The dancer who goes first, called guide, is responsible for synchronized movements dancing  with the last dancer, called  line. These two dancers stand out of the others dancers because they wear a Manila shawl. It has been taken to another villages of Galicia, as for example  Camariñas, by  fishermen from Cariño who relocated to this village, settling down their  tradition.