Museu de la Mediterrània
Carrer d’Ullà, 31, 17257 Torroella de Montgrí
Tel: +34 972 755 180
How to get there:
Please note that the public transport frequency to Torroella de Montgrí is not very good. Be sure that the different time schedules match with your interests.
Distances to the venue
Girona – Costa Brava Airport: 48 km
Barcelona – El Prat Airport: 150 km
Travelling by bus?
Airport El Prat (Barcelona) Terminal 1/2 to Torroella de Montgrí:
You can take a bus from Airport El Prat (Terminal 1 and 2) to Torroella de Montgrí. [Click here to find timetables and prices].
Girona – Costa Brava Airport to Girona (Bus Station)
The journey takes about 2’5 hours from Girona – Costa Brava Airport.
Travelling by car?
Once you arrive to the town of Torroella de Montgrí, follow the street signs to “Museu de la Mediterrània” or “Espai Ter”. In “Espai Ter” (150 m far from the venue) there is a wide parking where you can park your car for free.
- For information about car rental companies in Girona – Costa Brava Airport please click here
- For information about car rental companies in Barcelona – El Prat Airport please click here
Travelling by train?
You can take the train from Barcelona to Girona or Flaçà railway station, which are 40km and 16km away respectively.
In Girona, beside the train station there is the bus station. In the bus station take an AMPSA bus to Torroella de Montgrí. Eventually, you can take a taxi (aprox. 60€).
Although Flaçà is the closest train station to Torroella, there are no public transport from Flaçà to Torroella. So there you need to take a Taxi (aprox. 30€).
Travelling by taxi?
You can book a taxi in some of the following websites:
Guided visit to Torroella de Montgrí
Tuesday 22 May, 19.30h
Friday 25 May, 09.00 – 17.00 h
Life Pletera Project website www.lifepletera.com
Natura 2000 Network http://ec.europa.eu/
Càtedra d’Ecosistemes Litorals Mediterranis: www.lacatedra.cat
Museu de la Mediterrània: www.museudelamediterrania.cat
Tourist information: www.visitestartit.com/es
Research Team on Limnology of Mediterranean lagoons and wetlands: www.limnolam.org