The village is a site of legend. At the dawn of Christianity, its shore welcomed Mary Jacoba, Mary Salome and their servant Sara, persecuted Christians fleeing Palestine on a rudderless boat. The village offers the visitor the image of its haughty and protective church and promises a visit rich in emotions under an ever-changing light.
In the shadow of its Romanesque bell tower, the visitor strolls through the cobbled streets, following in the footsteps of the pilgrims. From the roof of the church, with a keen eye, nose and hair in the wind, he is won over by the emotion of the wide open spaces, future scenes of discovery and warm encounters with the men and women of the manadiers who ride their horses over the pastures of bulls promised to a glorious future.
From the village, the visitor guides his steps towards the dunes, the fine sand beaches, the vast expanses of reeds and the manades. Lovers of nature and wide open spaces, they can enjoy walks and horse rides, admire the ballet of the birds, give in to the excitement of sailing and gliding in strong winds.