Sant Carles de la Rapita
Beautiful and Discrete
Text: Santi Valldepérez
Photo: Guille Barberà
Traffic lights accelerates the passage of minutes, the boats embark in a row
India out of the bay. The atmosphere becomes clear as the sun rises. Suddenly people
emerging open at the foot of the mountain, past the March The Trabucador emerges solemn
fragile between the horizon and the town. The only way to beat the cold seems to be precisely
concentrate on the beauty of outline elements that make up the whole
view: the shoulder, the elliptical shape of the bay, uncultivated paddy, Poblenou
Delta hamlet-and-Pond Encanyissada.
The hill from which we witness a glorious morning is a privileged vantage
understand why this seaside town loved monarch, Charles III, who wanted
St. Petersburg became the Mediterranean.
Discrete and pretty Ràpita is the city's literary Terres de l'Ebre. Not surprisingly, "the
Chicago "was the home of Juan Sebastian Arbó, the narrator of the colonization of the Delta. the
streets of this seaside neighborhood exude authenticity of serrallos more Mediterranean.
Ajaccio Corfu, Cagliari Catania, all identities are concentrated in Mediterranean
a grid of streets great for wandering