In this nigh, the shorter of the year, the Cacharelas (bonfires) lit to scare the meigas (witches), diaños (something like trolls) and the bad sprits in general. The people jump over the bonfires to have a good year and purify themselves. In the second photo, you can see a bruxo (something like a wizard, more dark, more Celtic) making an alcoholic beverage called A Queimada made with Aguardiente de Orujo (Orujo schnapps. Very hard), peel of lemon or orange and coffee beans. And reciting the Conxuro (spell) in loud voice. Then you can drink it using a “Cunca”, a clay cup.