At the beginning of the tourism season, a multitude of wild buildings are blooming on the sand, and, just during the summer, they will welcome beach bars and restaurants. Once the season is closed, only ghosts are stilling in these huge spaces. Skeletons of umbrellas, armchairs ripped open, huts dismantled with curtains torn, abandoned waste make this landscape look like […]
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