Costa Brava - Museums
In 1908, writer Ferran Agulló published an article in the "Veu de Catalunya" paper entitled "La Costa Brava" which mentioned the Catalan Mediterranean coast that extends from the delta of the Tordera River to Port Bou, on the French border to Girona.
Since then, all the villages and beaches in the area have made millions of travelers to this land fall in love with this country through its people, its climate, its customs and its well-known personalities which bring out in visitors feelings and sensations never imagined.
At that time, the Costa Brava began the path that led it to be the well known region it is now worldwide, and which counts among its assets historical remains of the people that inhabited it for over 2,500 years.
Throughout the territory of the Costa Brava, the inhabitants' will to preserve their cultural treasure has resulted in the creation of 68 museums among which, outstanding for their extraordinary uniqueness, the 4 museums devoted to Dali's work, those that collect archaeological remains belonging to the settlements of the first inhabitants in the region, and those which are specially focused on the remains of the medieval past that has permeated the area.
If during your holidays in one of our comfortable tourist apartments, you should want to visit some of the museums located on the Costa Brava, we suggest you take a look at the ones we highlight below: