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Gala Dalí Castle House-Museum
The Gala-Dalí Castle in Púbol is a medieval building where Salvador Dalí’s enormous creative efforts were focused on a single person, his wife Gala, with the aim of providing her with a unique sanctuary and resting place. Between 1982 and 1984 the building underwent a remarkable transformation as Dali’s final...
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The Archaeological Museum of Catalonia - Ullastret
The monographic museum of Ullastret forms part of the Archaeology Museum of Catalonia. Its main objectives are to conserve, investigate and disseminate information about the Ancient Iberian Period, the remains of which are still well-preserved at the archaeological site of Ullastret. This former settlement is...
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The Museum of the Mediterranean
The Museum of the Mediterranean provides visitors with a participatory experience for both young and old. Discover the diversity of the Mediterranean region from a local perspective. It is somewhere where you can smell the scents of the Mediterranean, listen to its voices and find out about its history. The museum...
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The Fishing Museum
The Fishing Museum, in the heart of the fishing port of Palamós, shows the history of the elemental relationship between Man and the sea. The museum format is open, participatory and interpretative, enabling visitors to feel part of a story that centres on fish and fishing, one which will leave them with a new way...
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The Cork Museum
The Cork Museum is located in the centre of Palafrugell, and centres on the history, heritage and the lands linked to the Catalan cork industry. The first museum exhibit is the building itself, which is a factory in a Moderniste (Catalan Art Nouveau) design. The building comprises numerous exhibition areas,...
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The Terracotta Ceramics Museum in la Bisbal
The town of La Bisbal has long been associated with pottery and ceramics in all its forms. A manufacturing tradition that spans centuries has left behind a significant wealth of tangible heritage. The Terracotta Museum alone boasts over 8,000 exhibits, among them tools and equipment used in the production of...
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The Sant Feliu de Guíxols History Museum
The History Museum is in the grounds of the Monastery of Sant Feliu de Guíxols. The museum has an extensive collection of articles related to the town’s history, from archaeology, to the cork industry and the town’s relationship with the sea. Exhibits also include paintings by local artists, such as Josep Albertí,...
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The Maritime Rescue Museum
A branch of the Sant Feliu de Guíxols History Museum, dedicated to maritime rescue. The museum is in the town’s rescue station, El Fortim (1890), with exhibits such as a Dawson cable launcher (1890), the Miquel Boera lifeboat with its transport carriage (blessed in 1898) and a whole range of other items. Visitors...
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The Carmen Thyssen Space - Sant Feliu de Guíxols -
Since 2012, from June to October, the Carmen Thyssen Space has presented exhibitions based on a carefully-selected collection of works from the international and national paintings that belong to the Carmen Thyssen Collection. Her commitment to promoting culture lends special relevance to the family activities that...
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The Josep Pla Foundation
The Josep Pla Foundation is a literary heritage centre which aims to promote the reading and study of the literary and journalistic work of the Palafrugell author. Housed in the home in which the writer was born, you can see temporary exhibitions and the permanent exhibition “Josep Pla (1897-1981)”, which explains...
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The Cuixart Foundation
The former studio of Modest Cuixart now displays works by the artist and the utensils he once used. His studio is now a laboratory for creation, and it serves as an area for discovery and exploration by other artists. As the artist himself established, the Cuixart Foundation aims to support established or...
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Mascort Foundation
The Mascort Foundation is located in the Casa Galibern, a Catalan “colonial” style, 19th century house that today is home to exhibitions and holds events related to the foundation’s three main areas of interest: historical discoveries and studies, the understanding and enjoyment of art, and the protection and...
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Can Mario Museum. Vila Casas Foundation
Can Mario is the Contemporary Sculpture Museum of the Vila Casas Foundation in Palafrugell, which was inaugurated in 2004. It houses some 300 sculptures that date from the 1960s to the present day, and which belong to various artists who were either born or who are residents in Catalonia. Temporary exhibitions are...
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Palau Solterra Museum. Vila Casas Foundation
The Palau Solterra building houses the Contemporary Photography Museum of the Vila Casas Foundation in Torroella de Montgrí. The collection comprises some 300 contemporary photographs with works by artists from around the world, including Chema Madoz, Alberto García Álix, Toni Catany and Otto Lloyd. Palau Solterra...
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The House of Magic. The Xevi Collection
The "House of Magic” (La Casa Màgica), otherwise known as the Grand Museum of Magic, is the first museum of its kind in Spain. It is housed in a Catalan farmhouse that dates back to 1800, in Santa Cristina d’Aro. Museum exhibits include automatons, posters, magic devices from different eras, paints, decks of...
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Ca la Pruna - Culture Museum
The Ca la Pruna Culture Museum offers visitors the permanent exhibition Viure a pages (A Farmer’s Life), which centres on local farming practices and rural living as it once was. The collection comprises items donated by Josep M. Fàbrega and Mercè Auguet, a couple whose concern for the history of the region’s...
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The Jam Museum
The Jam Museum was founded in 2004 by Georgina Regàs. The museum workshop produces jams, marmalades and jellies, with over 114 flavours. The museum allows visitors to discover all the secrets hidden in a jar of jam. There are jams for all tastes; from exotic fruit or traditional flavours, with sweet, sour, classic...
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The Toy Museum
A beautiful Noucentiste (Catalan Art Nouveau) mansion in the heart of the town of Sant Feliu de Guíxols houses the Toy History Museum. There are over 6,500 items in this collection (Tomas Pla collection), which dates from 1870 to 1980, most of which were made in Spain. A tour of the museum reveals the evolution of...
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The Doll Museum
Created in 1997 thanks to a donation from Josefina Teixidor, the museum is based on the concept of dolls as another facet of culture and society. The museum also includes the Neus Borrell private collection of antique dolls, in addition to an exhibition of 245 crocheted dolls, which were donated by the Grau Muntada...
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The Rural Museum. A Collection of Traditional Farming Tools
The Rural Museum is a collection of farming implements that forms part of the Mas Pou restaurant in the town of Palau-sator. The exhibits include traditional farming tools and machinery that were once used by local farmers. The museum is housed in a building of over 500 m2, and includes several focal points for...
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The Enrique Sacristán Zarzuela Museum
The Enrique Sacristán Zarzuela Museum comprises a collection of exhibits related to the world of comic opera and the life of the baritone Enrique Sacristán, who dedicated his life to this musical genre. The collection allows visitors to experience this unique musical world and revisit some of its most memorable...
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The Gastronomy Interpretation Centre
The Gastronomy Interpretation Centre of Catalonia encourages its visitors to discover the development of gastronomy over the years, with the evolution of tourism at the Empordanet by means of two audiovisual displays. Information on culinary campaigns, recipes, markets and more is available on touch screens, not to...
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The Sa Perola Interpretation Centre
The net dyeing house of the Fishermen’s Guild of Sant Pere is today a tourist office and an interpretation centre for the Fishermen’s Guild of Calella and the seafaring heritage of the area. Sa Perola is a testimony to the past of the town of Calella de Palafrugell and is of noteworthy interest in ethnological,...
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The Historical Site of Sant Sebastià de la Guarda
The historical site of Sant Sebastià de la Guarda is replete with echoes from the past. This beautiful location boasts a wealth of archaeological remains that date back more than 2,600 years. An Iberian settlement, dating from the 6th to the 1st centuries B.C., a coastal watchtower from the 15th century (to protect...
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Nativity Dioramas in the Monastery of Solius
The dioramas of Solius have an immense artistic, religious and social value. This series of works was created by Brother Gilbert Galceran, whose talent exudes sensitivity, even in the finest details. The scenes depict the childhood of Jesus and the courtship of Mary and Joseph. Smaller examples of Brother...
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