Last Sardana begins the story of a mother, Maria Martinez, and 12-year-old son Pedro, with modest beginnings in Rosas, a Spanish Costa Brava fishing village.
Set in the fifties, Maria was widowed by a tragic disaster at sea.
Together they uproot south to be under the wing of her brother-in-law, who is developing an hotel on the Martinez family land.
Maria and Pedro, in their separate ways, become pivotal to that.
There Pedro is exposed to the `University of Life' through adolescence itself. His creative talent is encouraged and exposed, as are the challenges of a veritable fan club of contemporary girlfriends, discovering their own emotions and playing with his.
Diverse characters comprising the initial hotel clientele enter his life, as do a field of sunflowers and a deaf, mute boy whose great artistic talents Peter discovers, to take into the future.
Maria finds new and exciting love too...