Here you can find interesting sights in Torroella de Montgrí, Spain. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Torroella de Montgrí, Spain.Back to the list of cities in Spain
1. Torre Moratxa
Torre Moratxa or Torre Borratxa is a mountain of 220.1 meters above sea level that in the municipality of Torroella de Montgrí, in the Baix Empordà region. Close to the nucleus of L'Estartit belongs to the Montgrí massif. It has a steep slope on the southern slope with some cliffs of some importance, but a relatively gentle slope on its northern slope, where the access on foot does not have much complication, since a path runs along the ridge from east to west that connects it with the Rocamaura, to the east, and the Coll d'en Taians to the west. At its summit are the remains of a fortified watchtower from the modern era that was part of the defensive system against the landing of 18th-century pirates that was complemented by the Torre dels Moscats and the fortified farmhouses of the Baix Ter plain.
2. Santa Anna
Anta NA is a parish church in Qidian Village, which is integrated in the attached buildings. Antanega Church, which once existed, was rebuilt and expanded in 1920, and is said to have a plaque on its facade, which reads that it was cast by relatives of Al Orr and Iguo in memory of them. S Temple uses Latin cross stitch, a single ship with a semicircular abyss, a hemispherical dome on the cruise ship, which is reflected into an octagonal shape, and an octagonal arc opening is knocked down. The facade presents an advanced central body with a half-point curved door frame in the middle, windows of the same type, a square base and a bell tower on the top, and is matched with sunglasses; On both sides of this car body are councils with windows. And the elements of romantic vocabulary are used decoratively.
3. Museu de la Mediterrània
The Museum of the Mediterranean is a museum located in Torroella de Montgrí, founded in 2003, in an attempt to become an area for knowledge, reflection and research for the problems and worries that affect citizens in the 21st century. It is housed in Can Quintana, a 16th-century building. It is dedicated to the knowledge and communication of the Mediterranean Sea and uses the natural sounds, human sounds and music to show the reality of the land, the history and the culture of the village of Torroella, connected with the others Mediterranean cultures and towns. It pretends to become a site to think about the nearest territory and the main issues that affect the different Mediterranean nations.
4. Museu Palau Solterra
The Palau Solterra Museum is one of the cultural centers of the Vila Casas Foundation located, located in the palace of the same name in Torroella de Montgrí (Girona), a town of the Baix Empordà region. It opened in 2000, and nowadays it houses about three hundred contemporary photographs of the city, artists from various parts of the world, including Chema Madoz, Alberto García Álix, Toni Catany, Otto Lloyd, Xavier Miserachs, Ouka Lele and Frank Horvat, among many others.
5. Roca Maura
Ocamaura is a peak of 225.4 m above sea level in Orroella Ontgrii Township, Axmbodra County. The east side of S is backed by the community of Ang Grey, which dominates the village from which it started
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