Martí Sureda designed our promenade down to exact measurements (no exaggeration), in an area of land reclaimed from the sea. At one end would be the Town Hall, built in 1872 and designed by architect Félix de Azúa; at the other, Casa Garriga, constructed in 1887.
Between this house and the town hall lies a promenade filled with red sand and surrounded by palm trees, evoking the atmosphere of the American colonies. The sand’s reddish colour comes from a combination of clay sand with a redbrick trecandís. This gives it a highly distinctive colour which, when it rains, you’ll also find on your shoes.
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