Arachova - Greek Easter (Pascha), always associated with the first signs of Spring. For the Greeks it’s a most sacred holiday filled with deeply-rooted religious ceremonies and many traditional festivities enjoyed with family and friends.
Traditions of Easter in Corfu. Dropping of "botides" – ceramic pots full of water – from upper-story windows onto the cobblestone streets of the island on Holy Saturday morning after the first Resurrection service. Greece / by Spiros Papavlasopoulos
The Feast of Epiphany is celebrated in Greece on January 6th and called Theophany or colloquially Phōta (Greek: Φώτα, "Lights"). Customs revolve around the Great Blessing of the Waters. It marks the baptism of Jesus and appearance of the Holy Trinity and the end of the traditional ban on sailing. At this ceremony, an orthodox cross is thrown into the water by a priest and young men strive to retrieve it for good luck.