The building of the old association of fishermen, the emblematic Pes, is now a study centre that explains a bit of the collective past of Calafell and its fishing history as well as the recent history of the seaside town. the space was created to keep alive the legacy of the 'most wooden' beach on the Catalan shore, as writer Carolos Barral called it. Get to know how the community lived and built itself up, the relationship between patrons and 'remitgers', workers of the sea and land, their social and cultural expressions – a way of life that takes you back to the last century.
|Venue name:||La Confraria, Calafell fishermen's study centre||Contact:|
Pg. Marítim de Sant Joan de Déu (alçada c/ Sant Pere)
Calafell (Baix Penedès)
|Opening hours:||Jul 1 - Sep 15: Daily 10am-2pm, 5.30pm-8pm. Sep 16 - Oct 31: Sat 10am-2pm, 4pm-6pm; Sun 10am-2pm. Nov & Dec: Sat, Sun 10am-2pm.|
|Price:||€3 general; €1.50 reduced|