A route designed to show readers of Pla’s works some of the author’s significant places in Palafrugell and the municipality. The route is marked by biographical and literary references of the author.
The route can be done by following indications you will find in the Josep Pla Route File available at the Josep Pla Foundation in the author’s birthplace in Palafrugell, which is also where the route starts.
It is available in Catalan, Spanish and arranged in English and French.
For further information on the route, click here: Josep Pla Route
More specific guided tours are spontaneously organised. For further information on these and the Foundation in general, click here: Josep Pla Foundation
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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+ MORE