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San Lorenzo is so small that you might have already passed through the village before you realise you’ve reached it. Just a handful of houses surround the well-proportioned whitewashed church, the construction of which was ordered by Bishop Abad y Lasierra in 1785.
For such a tiny village, it boasts a very interesting history: not far from the church lies the medieval village of Balàfia. In scenic surroundings lie two impressive towers, where residents in the Middle Ages sought protection from pirate attacks and defended themselves from enemies. Nestled close by are a handful of ancient, authentic farmhouses which have successfully managed to avoid the march of modern civilisation.
In the centre of the village, the restaurant La Paloma opens its doors all year round. An insider’s tip for many years, this restaurant invites guests to linger in its beautiful garden and charms them with freshly squeezed juices and delicious food. In addition to the cosy atmosphere, there is also a focus on sustainable ingredients. The majority of dishes use seasonal organic produce, some of which is grown in the restaurant’s own garden. The village’s patron saint, San Lorenzo, is celebrated in August. The village holds a festival which combines tradition with modernity. Above the church is the public picnic area, Can Pere Mousson.