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JULIVIA BUS

From July to September, Julivia tourist bus one route by land, to enjoy the most emblematic points of Palafrugell.

Coris julis is the name given to this hermaphrodite fish so singular to our coastline, which in Palafrugell we call julivia.
The male is green and blue with red lines and a black trace at the base of its back, the female is brown with orange tones and when she changes sex she turns an intermediate colour. It is these colours that we have decided to use to liven up the tourist bus which we will call JULIVIA (guiula, juliola, donzella or senyoreta are other names with which this fish is known in other places of Catalonia).

From July to September, Julivia tourist bus one route by land, to enjoy the most emblematic points of Palafrugell.

More information about Julivia bus here 

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  • SPRING FESTIVALS

    The Spring Parties arrive in Palafrugell! Music, contests, traditional activities such as: fanguejada or infant fireta; workshops, exhibitions, concerts, floats and parades marching through the streets of Palafrugell! From 7 to 9 June, you will come back to the Spring Festival of Palafrugell!   From 7 to 9 June 2019 Carroussel Costa Brava: Sunday, June [...]

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  • HABANERAS DINNER

    PERE BAHÍ DINNER Fridays and Saturdays in May and June, 9 restaurants will offer dinners (Pere Bahí sopars cantats) served with an habaneras concerts (traditional fishermen songs concert) A closed menu including “cremat” (hot rum) and habaneras concert. Choose your day and book to ensure a table!!  

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  • Flors Violes Festival from Bryan Richards

    Embarrassed, I apologized to those seated around me as I sat down to what I can only describe as one of the most memorable meals of my life…   http://thewanderinggourmand.com/flors-violes-festival-in-palafrugell-spain/

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  • SPAIN’S HIDDEN GEM

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  • 10 SIZZLING REASONS TO VISIT PALAFRUGELL

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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). Ticket sales from May 27, 2019 at 10 o’clock More info about habaneras: www.havanerescalella.cat    

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