102 years ago, in 1916, the conversations between the people from Valecia in Las Arenas beach were mostly about beach hunts and open-air bars.
The water from the beach reached the coatal promenade and Ramón Sansó and María Inés Borreda run”La Unión”, one of the oldest open-air bars where typical Valencian dishes were served.
The Spanish civil war arrived and they lost everything, so the couple and their children moved to a small village near Valencia. Once the war was over, they came back to Valencia city and set up the open-air bar again, this time, they called it “El sol” which means the sun in Spanish.
Ramón was a builder and a shop assistant, apart from that he decitaded his time to run the family business so his parents could take care of their numerous family.