Facility: El Vendrell Pavilion
Capacity: 850 people
Because of its location at a crossroads open to the sea, El Vendrell has historically been a thoroughfare and a meeting point of cultures. Since the beginning of the twentieth century it has been a common place to spend the summer in for people from Vendrell itself and from Barcelona, and from the 50s the town has experienced a great expansion of tourism with the arrival of foreign visitors. In recent years, the sun and beach toursim offer, has been complemented with culture, spas, food, sports and entertainment.
Culturally, there is an extensive network of museums: Vil·la Casals Museu Pau Casals, Casa nadiua del Mestre, Casa Museu Àngel Guimerà, Museu Deu and Fundació de l’escultor Apel·les Fenosa.
To complete the museum circuit, the Pau Casals Auditorium programs some concerts throughout the year in different cycles, with the International Festival as the most important.
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