The House Bonaventura Blay "Villa Avelina" 1901
Was designed by Gaietà Buïgas Monravà in 1901, Villa Avelina was commissioned by Bonaventura Blay Milà (1860-1911) after his return from Cuba. The name of this house is in honor of his wife Avelina Mas de Xaxars. After making a fortune he returned to his homeland where he was one of the main shareholders and founders of the society "El Vichy Catalán"
After the death of Bonaventura Blay in 1911, the house was passed to the former mayor of Barcelona Guillem de Boladeras (1853-1928) this is the reason why this house was also known as "Can Boladeras"
The architect: Gaietà Buïgas Monravà 1851 – 1919
It was an important modernist architect who worked as a municipal architect in Sitges, besides the project of Villa Avelina, he created the Columbus Monument in Barcelona and the Old Market in Sitges. His son was the engineer Carles Buigas, known as the creator of Fountains of Montjuïc in Barcelona.