Tue, 18 Oct|
Walking Tour of El Cabanyal with Visit to Martina van de Gey Art Studio
Learn about this former fishing village, and then enjoy Martina's art studio and tapas and wine in her garden.
Time & Location
18 Oct 2022, 16:00 – 19:00
Valencia, Estación del Cabanyal, Carrer de Joan Mercader
About The Event
El Cabanyal in Valencia is a former fishing village with an interesting history. Inspired by the hard working fishermen, the famous artist Joaquín Sorolla created some of his most important paintings here. The great spanish writer Blasco de Ibanez wrote his novel Flor de Mayo about the poor life of the people of El Cabanyal. Today, street artists protest against the demolition and decay of the neighborhood through their large works on walls and houses.
The walking tour on the way to the Martina van de Gey studio will take about an hour. After the studio visit, we can relax in the garden with wine and tapas.
Please note: There will about 2.5 km of walking with various stops, but it is mostly flat with no stairs along the way.
Coordinator: Martina van de Gey, email@example.com, +49 16094858201
Meeting Location: Estación del Cabanyal, Carrer de Joan Mercader
Cost: €5 per person, cash only, payable on the day
Who can attend: Members, spouses/partners, out-of-town guests
Minimum/Maximum Participants: no minimum, maximum 25 people
Cancellation Procedure: If you find that you must cancel, please emai: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you cancel for any reason and we cannot replace you from a waitlist, you will be charged the full cost if we are charged. Thank you for understanding.