Go for a walk and find yourself admiring an architectural gem from the Catalan Modernisme movement like that of the Capella del Santíssim chapel of the Church of Sant Roma in Lloret de Mar.
Every day, the "Lloretencs" (people from Lloret de Mar) get to live, walk and move through the streets of a city that is full of details from this artistic movement, the centre of which was located in Catalonia.
The presence of Modernisme in Lloret de Mar was made possible thanks to the influence of the Indians, who used their wealth obtained overseas to hire some of the most prominent architects and artists of that time to build houses, churches, gardens and even a cemetery that today is considered to be one of the most interesting in the whole territory.
Nicknamed the "stone poet" (1867-1956), he is representative of the Catalan Modernisme movement and, later on, of Noucentisme. His work stands out for being incredibly diverse, influential and imaginative.
He left his mark on the cemetery of Lloret de Mar and in Sant Pere del Bosc.
Some of his other work that will sound familiar to you are Casa Amatller and Casa de les Punxes in Barcelona.