6 Sights in Palafrugell, Spain (with Map and Images)
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1. Teatre Municipal de Palafrugell
The Teatre Municipal de Palafrugell (TMP) was inaugurated on 7 May 1999. It has a capacity for 470 people and, in addition to the theatre hall, consists of an exhibition hall on the first floor and an assembly hall on the second floor. In 1985, Palafrugell Town Council, presided over by Lluís Medir, bought for 25 million pesetas the estate where the then called Victoria Cinema was located. On 29 July 1988, Palafrugell Town Council approved the rehabilitation project for the Municipal Theatre of Palafrugell. The project consists of demolishing part of the works carried out in the Theatre and lifting it again to increase the capacity. Work began in 1992. Both the opposition and some entities criticized these changes in the works. The Garbí Film Club manages the film screenings that take place in the cinema.
2. Poblat Ibèric de Sant Sebastià de la Guarda
Sant Sebastià de la Guarda or Sant Sebastià de la Guaita is an Iberian settlement located in the municipality of Palafrugell, in the Baix Empordà. It is accessed from Palafrugell via the motorway that goes to Llafranc and from there to the Sant Sebastià lighthouse, or by the road that goes from Palafrugell to Tamariu. In this case, you must take a detour (indicated) that leads to the top of the San Sebastian mountain. The site is located at the top of the mountain, at an altitude of 156 metres above sea level. This mountain, upon entering the sea, forms the head of San Sebastian. Pert shape of the Monumental Complex of San Sebastián de la Guarda.
3. Fundació Josep Pla
The Josep Pla Foundation is a literary heritage center that focuses on promoting the reading and study of the literary and journalistic work of Josep Pla. The foundation is located in the writer's hometown, in Palafrugell, where you can see temporary exhibitions and the permanent exhibition "Josep Pla (1897-1981)" that explains his professional career in the historical context of the 19th century.
4. Ermita de Sant Sebastià de la Guarda
The hermitage of Sant Sebastià de la Guarda is a church on the mountain of Sant Sebastià in the municipality of Palafrugell. Together with the Tower of San Sebastian and the inn, it is part of the sanctuary of San Sebastian. It is included in the Inventory of the Architectural Heritage of Catalonia and is included in the Monumental Complex of San Sebastián de la Guarda.
5. Sant Sebastià
The lighthouse of Sant Sebastià is located in the town of Palafrugell. Opened on October 1, 1857, its light reaches up to 32 nautical miles, making it the most powerful on the Catalan coast. It is located 169 meters above sea level. It is included in the Monumental Complex of San Sebastián de la Guarda.
6. Museu del Suro
The Cork Museum of Palafrugell, Spain, is a museum about the cork industry in Catalonia. Founded in 1972, the Cork Museum is part of the Costa Brava Museum Network and the Network of Local Museums of Catalonia in Girona.
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