Like every September 11, coinciding with the National Day of Catalonia, La Bisbal celebrated this Saturday the Fira de Brocanters, Col·leccionisme i Joguines, combining it with other complementary activities. Thus, in addition to the 33rd edition of the fair located in the Marimon Asprer promenade, this year there was also the eighth Vermouth Day and a guided visit to the Castell Palau within the framework of the Medieval Empordà.
This year's fair has been the XXXIII edition, it was held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the Paseo Marimon Asprer and had about thirty exhibitors that will offer all kinds of antiques and antiquarian objects, collectibles and toys. As a true Ali Babá cave for those who wanted to buy antique objects, they were well served: one more year, and well established, the Fira de Brocanters, Col·leccionisme i Joguines, offered from the rare collector's item, to a good piece of furniture for the home or that element to decorate a specific corner. Organized by the La Bisbal Town Hall, the fair had the collaboration of the Associació Antiquaris, Brocanters and Restauradors de la Bisbal and Rodalies.