When we arrived in Nadur, we were charmed by the beautiful pastel colours of the houses and their frail and authentic designs. The houses were all dotted with reminders of the catholic faith of the community, such as golden crosses pinned to the walls or porcelain statues of Christian figures.
In the evening, we meandered through the square which was alive with loud music from a marching parade and tonnes of children running around in party dresses. A statue of St Peter and St Paul was carried around, followed by the band. The streets were lined with brightly coloured hollow statues, yellow lights and colourful scraps of paper which gathered in clusters amongst the dust on the ground.