Maritime Mural

Address:Port de Llançà. 17490 Llançà
Price: free of charge

In 2013 was inaugurated this original waterfront in the little village of Llançà, in order to protect the ships in the docks from the heavy storms. The catalan artist Carles Bros painted its surface with fish patterns, in total 3.168 m2, and so far it is the largest sea mural in the world, with 116 meters. It can be spotted, along with the metal sculpture "Levant Wind Wave" by the same author, in the Mirador de Castellet scenic viewpoint.

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L'artista Carles Bros al Mirador de Castellet, davant la seva obra 'Banc de peixos' al dic del port

Painted dock in face of Llançà coast, Costa Brava

En face de l'oeuvre 'Banc de poisson', à Llancà, Costa Brava

Dique de 116 metros frente a Llançà pintado por el artista Carles Bros, Costa Brava

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