Palafrugell has a large number of cultural spaces (museums, interpretation centres and foundations) to show you the municipality’s cultural history.
The Cork Museum, the Josep Pla Foundation and the Contemporary Sculpture Museum – Fundació Vila Casas are just a few examples of the great cultural offer in Palafrugell.Bassa Rocas Cultural Centre Cultural spaces The former house of the Bassa Rocas (in Llofriu) offers a permanent exhibition. Gastronomy Interpretation Centre Cultural spaces Located in Palafrugell tourist office, this space has two audio-visuals and interactive material. Sant Sebastià de la Guarda monumental complex Cultural spaces The Sant Sebastià de la Guarda Monumental Complex bears witness to the occupation of a privileged place for at least… Cuixart Foundation Cultural spaces The Cuixart Foundation is a private foundation based in Palafrugell which was founded in 1998 to present the figure of… Josep Pla Foundation Cultural spaces The Josep Pla Foundation, which started in 1973 when the writer decided to donate his private library. Contemporary Sculpture Museum, Fundació Vila Casas Cultural spaces This institution was started up in 1986 thanks to the pharmacist Antoni Vila Casas, in order to promote Catalan contemporary… Cork Museum and Can Mario water tower Interpretation Centre Cultural spaces The Cork Museum founded in 1972, as the name says, on the subject of cork, collects, studies and disseminates the… Sa Perola Cultural spaces The former net maker of the Sant Pere Fishermen’s Association today is a tourist office and interpretation centre for the… Cap Roig Botanical Gardens Cultural spaces Cap Roig Botanical Gardens, a unique setting where nature, art, culture and history converge Monumental Complex of Sant Sebastià de la Guarda Cultural spaces Witness the occupation of a privileged position for at least 2,600 years Port Bo i les Voltes Cultural spaces Port Bo i les Voltes, són en l'actualitat un atractiu turístic per on passejar o prendre-hi alguna cosa els mesos…
ACTIVITIES IN PALAFRUGELL JULY 2022 Activities for the month of July 2022 in Palafrugell (Calella, Llafranc, Tamariu, Llofriu, Ermedàs). Habaneras, party culture, markets, exhibitions, guided tours, crafts, art, workshops and much more! We’re waiting for you in Palafrugell! We also can follow in www.facebook.com/turisme.palafrugell or to www.palafrugellcultura.cat AGENDA JULY 2022 Click here [...]+ MORE
HABANERES CALELLA DE PALAFRUGELL On Saturday, July 2nd 2022, we will kick off the summer with one of the most emblematic events in the area, the popular Cantada d’Havaneres de Calella de Palafrugell With groups Arjau, Neus Mar, Peix Fregit and Port-Bo. MORE INFORMATION CANTADA D’HAVANERES DE CALELLA+ MORE
TOURIST SURVEY Welcome to Palafrugell! To continue working and improving the services in our municipality and region, we would like to know your opinion about the BAIX EMPORDÀ as a tourist destination. COMPLETE THE TOURIST SURVEY HERE Thank you for your collaboration and we hope you will enjoy your holiday!+ MORE
Embarrassed, I apologized to those seated around me as I sat down to what I can only describe as one of the most memorable meals of my life… http://thewanderinggourmand.com/flors-violes-festival-in-palafrugell-spain/+ MORE
10 SIZZLING REASONS TO VISIT PALAFRUGELL Apearl in the middle of Costa Brava, the city of Palafrugell includes the picturesque beachside towns of Calella de Palafrugell, Llafranc and Tamariu. A short transfer from Barcelona or Girona airports, here are 10 reasons why this slice of Costa paradise should be top of your destination wish list. [...]+ MORE
SPAIN’S HIDDEN GEM – LA PETITA COSTA BRAVA BY George Keegan Stretching along Spain’s eastern seaboard in Catalonia (spelt Catalunya in Catalan) is the very beautiful Costa Brava. There are some 220km of coastline stretching right up to the French border containing many areas of natural beauty. It has a mild Mediterranean climate meaning [...]+ MORE