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1. Castell de Sant Esteve de Mar
The Castell de Sant Esteve de Mar is a ruined castle perched atop a cliff in the town of Palamós, in Baix Empordà, between La Fosca and the Cala s'Alguer. Only the bases of some towers and some walls remain, and is currently surrounded by a fence that prevents access to visitors. It is accessed from the path leading from the beach of Fosca to S'Alguer that forms part of the GR 92 long distance footpath.
2. Museu de la Pesca
The Fishing Museum is a museum opened in 2002 and dedicated to the knowledge and dissemination of fishing and the maritime heritage of the Costa Brava. It's located in the area of the fishing port of Palamós, in the old port warehouse called "Tinglado". The permanent exhibition explains the history, the current affairs and the future of Costa Brava fishing in terms of sustainability.
3. Teatre La Gorga
The Teatre La Gorga is a centenary building located in the town of Palamós with 322 locations spread over 242 locations on the ground floor and 80 in the amphitheatre. It programs, in a stable way, the performing arts and music of the municipality, both professionally and amateurly. This programming is done directly or through agreements with various entities of the Town.
4. Santa Maria del Mar
Santa Maria de Palamós, also known as Santa Maria del Mar, is a Roman Catholic church located in Palamós. It is the main parish church in the town and is considered the oldest building in the town. It belongs to the Bishopric of Girona and is a figure included in the Inventory of the Architectural Heritage of Catalonia.
5. Poblat ibèric de Castell
Castell de la Fosca or Punta del Castell is an ancient Iberian settlement or oppidum sited on a rocky promontory at the north end of the beach called Platja de Castell, about 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) ENE of Palamós, on the Costa Brava.
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