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Calella Fishermen’s Association

The former net maker of the Sant Pere Fishermen’s Association today is a tourist office and interpretation centre for the Calella Fishing Association of the area’s maritime heritage.

The former net maker of the Sant Pere Fishermen’s Association today is a tourist office and interpretation centre for the Calella Fishing Association of the area’s maritime heritage.

Sa Perola bears witness to Calella’s past with great value from the ethnological, social and cultural side, with an interest that goes beyond the boundaries of our municipality due to the destruction of most net makers on the Catalan coast.

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  • JULIVIA BUS

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  • Habaneras Festival of Calella de Palafrugell

    Every first Saturday of July enjoy the popular sounds of our fishermen, havaneres. Live from Port bo Square, at the background from the screens in the adjacent beaches or on TV from home (TV3 channel). Information about programm here More info about habaneras: www.havanerescalella.cat

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