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Llançà

Llançà The municipality of Llançà covers an area of 28,625 Km2 and with nearly 5.000 inhabitants. Situated in the middle of unique scenery, it is surrounded on both sides not only by the sea, but by two areas of protected countryside, the Natural Parks of Cap de Creus and of the Albera hills.
Llançà’s excellent range of beaches and small, quiet coves, together with the richness of its cultural heritage – ranging from the megalithic (with dolmens and pre-prehistoric remains) to significant examples of pre-Romanesque architecture – make it the ideal place for activity-packed family holidays.

                    Landmarks in the town of Llançà

Romanesque Tower: (12th-14th C): inside this recently restored tower you can find an exhibition of Llançà history and the evolution of the town. Open from Monday to Saturday from 5 to 9 pm.

Saint Vicenç Church (18th C) will be open only for the mass, the flower’s fair in June and the “Pesebres” exhibition (Christmas).

Plaça Major with the tree of Liberty and the streets near the church.
Watercolour Museum, Martínez Lozano Foundation
The first watercolour museum in Spain, with Martínez Lozano works of art and others painters. Tel.               972 12 14 70       
From June to September: from Tuesday to Friday from 07:00 to 09:00 pm.
Saturday, Sunday and Holiday from 11:00 am to 01:00 pm and from 07:00 to 09:00 pm.
From January to May and from October to December: Saturday, Sunday and Holiday from 11:00 am to 01:00 pm and from 06:00 to 08:00 pm.

The shopping area in the old town with a personal attention.

puerto de noche

The arrival of the fishing boats to the port at 04:30 pm from Monday to Friday.

El Castellar: Ancient island of Llançà. Now is a viewing-point from where the whole municipality is observed.

The Seafront at the Port Beach.

The shopping area in the Port.

El "Camí de Ronda" is the catalan name for the pathway that extends along the coastline, from the port of Llançà all the way to the next town, Port de la Selva. It serves to walk to the different creeks of Llançà: la Gola, Les Carboneres, playa Bonetti, La Farella, Les Tonyines and Cau del Llop. For 4km the pathway is paved 4 meter wide and has some benches to stop and admire the fantastic view of the sea. It is a perfect place to both practice footing or just take a nice walk.

puerto de noche

                           Main Festivals

22nd January: FESTIVAL OF SAINT VINCENT
February: CARNIVAL
May: SAINT SYLVESTER MEETING
May-June: FLOWER SHOW (CORPUS CHRISTI)
June: SARDANA MEETING
July: OUR LADY OF MOUNT CARMEL FESTIVAL OF THE PORT OF LLANÇÀ
August: SUMMER FESTIVAL
August: VALLETA DISTRICT FESTIVAL

Holidays rental Carboneres-1 ref. 7481 | Holidays rental Carboneres Attique ref. 7544 |

Holidays rental Cau del Llop-1 ref. 20097 | Holidays rentalCau del Llop-2 ref. 20108 |

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