Seto Lace Days
Setomaa's main tourist route - meandering from one Seto village to another as a stripped Seto folk costume lace, guiding us to meet special people and exciting places. It is like the backbone of Setomaa or an axis to which the local villages, churches, cafes, museums are attached. One end of the village is in Võigus, at the northern gate of Setomaa, stretches across Värska and Saatse to Obinitsa and Meremäe, in the meantime makes a knot near the neighbors - Tsiistrenuka's crowns - and ends at the Luhamaa border crossing, where Anzelika Organic Farm is.
Pop-up cafe day
When was the last time you had the opportunity to enjoy dishes made from organic farm-grown fruits and vegetables and tea from home-grown herbal mixtures? It is offered by Anzelika Mahetalu, where the daughter of the family Anzelika and her mother revive the recipes of their grandparents and at the same time discover new tastes together. Mixtures of new flavors and old timeless scents are available on the annual Kosti Day.
The Seto food culture is primarily determined by the cycle of nature and the influence of the neighbors - Estonians and Slavs. Even today, the Setos respect pure food, it is characteristic of the local cuisine that the taste and texture of pure raw materials can always be felt in ready-made food. Today, the most well-known Seto dish is circus, unripened curd cheese, which adorns every feast table in Setomaa.
The best known of the drinks is Hansa, a strong rye wine brewed at home. Recently, a number of wine masters have been added.