Or at least La Bisbal says they are.
The three of us ventured south into the hills to see, accompanied again by clouds and light rain. I intended our first stop to be the Terra Cotta Museum, but it proved to be a victim of the economy. Anyone want to buy a ceramics museum? A block away, we found our first antique shop; we hadn’t realized La Bisbal is also chock-full of antique stores.
I found this little gem…it made me laugh!
Hoping to get more info on where the ceramics shops and galleries were, we headed to the tourist information center, but alas…
So we just went exploring.
We found some interesting architecture, but overall, I much prefer the French style to Spanish, or at least this area of Spain.
And there were many pretty doors, too.
And we can’t seem to go anywhere without finding an amazing pastry shop.
I enjoyed my trip, but it isn’t necessarily a repeat visit kind of place.