María looked after the bar and her brother and sister-in-law, Gloria and Francisco, looked after the grocery store.
María looked after her customers in a tiny part of what Es Racó has become today. Her regulars, mostly fishermen, visited for their “reventats” and “herbes” so that weathering the storms was easier, less lonely. María already emanated kindness and a good reason to come back to dry land with her smile.
It has been almost 80 years since the story started to cement itself.
A bar and grocery store in the heart of a port full of seafaring life that ties us to the roots and our past and which, today, are stronger than ever.