The religious procession
In the afternoon of 1 May, the fishermen guide the simulacrum to the sea village of Giorgino and everybody stops in the little church belonging to the Ballero family. All the jewels are removed and the clothes are replaced by simpler ones. The statue is put in a travelling coach called "the country coach". Then the procession continues to Maddalena Spiaggia, where many devotees come from the near town Capoterra (called before the city of Saint Efisio).
The third stop is done at "Su Loi", where a mass is celebrated. At sunset, the procession arrives at the chapel of the beautiful Villa d'Orri of the marquis of Villa Hermosa where it is given the Eucharistic blessing. At the end, the procession starts again and arrives at Sarroch. The coach is led to the church of Santa Vittoria where a solemn mass is celebrated and here people will stay to sleep. On 2 May, the procession arrives at Villa San Pietro, town introduced in the feast in 1943, and then at Pula. At about midday, the coach arrives at Pula and the town and religious authorities welcome it. On the bridge called "Su Rondò", the Alter Nos entrusts to the mayor of Pula the task to go on with the celebrations.
Then, in the church of San Giovanni Battista, a solemn mass is celebrated. After a stop in front of the cemetery and in front of the little church of San Raimondo, the Saint is given to the Archconfratenity and escorted to Nora where it arrives at around 9 p.m. The simulacrum is then put in a niche. During the whole day, on 3 May the Saint is commemorated with masses and celebrations. At 6 p.m., there is the procession along the coast and the Saint is taken out of the coach and carried on shoulders to visit again the place of his martyrdom. The 4 May, it is the day of the return and the same itinerary is done to go back to Cagliari.
May the 2nd
Departure towards Villa San Pietro.
Procession, Mass and departure to Pula: the local authorities, and the Confraternity of the faithful await the saint's arrival to join the procession through the streets of the village.
Mass and lunch
Celebration of High Mass before the statue’s departure to Nora.
Feast in front of the simulacrum to commemorate the deceased.
A little stop in front of the cemetery to commemorate the deceased.
Blessing in the church of San Raimondo.
Departure to Nora: the procession stops near the Navy Marina for the flag-lowering ceremony and then departs to Nora where Mass will be held.
May the 3rd
Mass until 11:00, celebrated outdoors by the Ordinary Diocesan.
Procession with the statue from the excavations in Nora up to the beach.
Mass and departure to Pula.
May the 4th
Departure from Pula after the Mass: arrival in Cagliari around 10.30 p.m.
May the 5th
Afternoon: from the 5th until the 25th of May a “Novena” is read in honor of the Saint.
Starting May 22nd, forty hours of veneration for the saint begin: in this occasion the Rosary of Efisio's entire life is recited.
On May 25th the celebration of festivities in honor of St Efisio officially ends.