An old fishing village near Barcelona.
Typically, most of us search for far away places where we can spend our holidays, weekends or days off.
It is clear that far from the scenarios that are all around us, there are cultures, landscapes or people very different from what we’re used to, but around us there are also plenty of places to visit that is sure to more than once go unnoticed. One of these is the village of Garraf located half an hour from Barcelona, a former fishing village that is known for its quaint houses that contrast with the surrounding mountains of the Sierra del Garraf.
Small houses on the beach, built on stilts that make this town a special setting for our Lomographs, a fairytale landscape and a place to spend a sunny Sunday. And best of all, it’s accessible by public transport, the commuter train leaves us at 2 minutes from the beach. So now there is no excuse to leave the big city!