Sant Pol, a Historical Story – October 16 th


Sant Pol is an architectural heritage of wrought iron and painted counters, of old and majestic houses…

Sant Pol is a seafaring tradition!

We will visit the staggering streets of the old quarter of Sant Pol, enjoying its modernist buildings and old Indian houses.

An old fishing village, with white houses and narrow, quiet streets, granular sandy beaches bathed by crystal-clear waters and rocky coves.

We will take a stroll from the Parc Litoral to the old quarter of the village, listening to the history of each corner, bringing to life in our minds the anecdotes that make the places along whit the route special.

We will have a snack at La República de Burinons, a gastronomic landmark that is committed to local products and the recovery of the local culinary art.

We will let the water and the sand caress our feet…

We will crown the route at the Hermitage of Saint Paul, a former monastery and fortified church, declared a cultural asset of national interest.

ARCHITECTURE RELIGIOUS HISTORIC


Meeting point:

Sant Pol’s Littoral Park

Date & Time:

Saturday, October 16 th, 18.00h.

We also offer the possibility of organising this experience for closed groups requiring a particular date… CONTACT!


Contribution: 38,00 € per person


Duration

2 – 3 hours

Meeting time to start the activities 10’00h


Small groups



From a wine tradition…

From defensive history to Philip V…

Of Coptic gentlemen from Egypt…

From priors appointed directly by the Vatican…

Of historical, cultural, and seafaring wealth…