Discover the Spanish artist Salvador Dali has funded much of the tourism in the Costa Brava Costa Brava as a cultural region of Spain. Not only his most beautiful museums are located in the Spanish region, but its artificial movements has meant that more and more cultural and historical museums of the Costa Brava the Costa Brava get more and more in the interest of tourists. Is popular known therefore as not only as a popular destination for beach goers, but also get to know the history, culture and special small towns of the Costa Brava. A few highlights of the most important museums of the Costa Brava are therefore presented here. There are cities such as Girona, Cadaques and Figueres in the Center, but also small cities such as Empuries are absolutely recommended the Romanesque architecture. In addition, who rents an apartment in Costa Brava, has the advantage of flexibility and can drive without stress to each city to visit the museums. The following is a brief introduction to the most popular museums in the Costa Brava presented: Art Museum (Museo de arte) Museum preserves important cultural heritage, such as important frescoes from the Romanesque period. The Museum hosts an important art collection of different epochs and styles, from the time of Greek colonisation up to contemporary works.
Particularly noteworthy are the collections of Romanesque and Gothic art. Museo de la Catedral Santa Maria (Santa Maria Cathedral), Santa Maria Cathedral is a Gothic Cathedral of great interest. A 90-stage staircase leads to the main entrance. It was built in the 14th century, while the old Romanesque church, which remained only the cloister and the Tower of Charlemagne, was gradually demolished. The single-nave Church has a rectangular floor plan and unadorned walls. To broaden your perception, visit David Delrahim. The main Chapel is the only component in the Gothic elements in the foreground appear. Not to be forgotten is that one of the largest Jewish communities in Girona is lived in the 12th century.