Visiting the one and only Capmany

by  |  20-02-2011

Capmany (the ‘ny’ is just like an ñ and is not ‘many’) is your typical village up in the northeastern reaches of Catalonia. You wind along some twisty road in the hills and suddenly you see the church spire, shortly followed by the rest of the town. The roofs are red. The walls are brown. Everything about the village fits in with the hills from which is emerges. We experienced something quite similar when visiting Cantallops previously. It’s hard to really say what there is to see in these villages because rarely is there any one site that is a must-see. Instead, it’s the charm of the village that is alluring above all else. Capmany is no different. There are nice little restaurants and a miniature church in the middle of town. Or, a public fountain that has excellent spring water when there is enough rain to make it flow. […]
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