Last weekend we celebrated the Santa Llúcia Fair market. The oldest that takes place in our village, with about 40 editions, and one of the oldest in the Principality, coinciding with the lighting of the Christmas lights by some very special characters: the “menairons”.

Music, workshops, games and about thirty stalls with all kinds of local Christmas-related handicrafts at one of the most endearing fairs of our calendar.

The novelty of this year has been the presentation of the new nougat made of Sant Julià ratassia (herbal liqueur) and village products such as dried figs and high mountain honey. Torrons Virginias d'Agramunt has been the company chosen to make this zero-kilometer product.