With the Som Cultura festival, the month of November arrives full of cultural events on the Costa Brava and the Girona Pyrenees. All the activities that are offered are genuine proposals designed by the entities and companies associated to the Marketing, Culture and Identity Club of the Costa Brava Girona Tourist Board. Their objective is to make us rediscover the wide cultural, heritage and artistic offer of the Girona region through activities of great attraction and interest.
Many of Som Cultura’s activities are adapted to all kinds of audiences. Some of the events, moreover, are specially designed to accommodate people with diverse abilities. Below we outline this year’s specifically inclusive activities by Som Cultura with the aim that everyone enjoys the event. We also recommend downloading the entire programme on Som Cultura’s website, since there are many others that everyone can enjoy without any hindrance.
Texture, volume … Touch and learn about the works!
6.00 pm, at the Garrotxa Museum
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The Museum of La Garrotxa proposes this inclusive activity that allows everyone to visit the facility, accompanied by a specialist technician who will bring a series of works of art of the same theme over to visitors. The public will be able to learn about and touch the pieces, exchange views, dialogue, ask … and share and expand knowledge. More information about the activity and signing up here.
In art, everyone is involved
11.00 h, at the Museum of Fishing (Palamós)
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Accompanied by a guide, the Fishing Museum offers you to smell the fish, touch fishing gear, listen to the sea, sample seafood cuisine, see fishing boats… but also to touch seafood cuisine, taste seawater, smell fishing gear, watch fish and listen to fishing boats. More information about the activity and signing up here.
Inclusive theatrical visit: Terra d’indiketes
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During the 3rd century BC, the city of Indika has reached its peak. Its pond supplies its inhabitants food and connects them with the sea. Businesses with neighbouring Emporion are prosperous, the city boasts an impregnable defensive system and its temples shine at height, dominating an idyllic landscape. A series of curious characters of the time will guide you through its streets and buildings, in a tour full of surprises that will end with a toast in front of their museum! Family-friendly tour, suitable for all audiences. More information about the activity and signing up here.
Remember that apart from these three specifically inclusive activities, we recommend you also check out the entire offer of activities proposed by the Som Cultura festival. You will find a wide variety of events open to everyone to rediscover the Costa Brava and the Girona Pyrenees.