Porta Ferrada Festival

Address:Plaça del Monestir, 38. 17220 Sant Feliu de Guíxols

It is the oldest music festival in the Costa Brava, and its origins date back to 1958. Many of the performances are held inside the Monastery Porta Ferrada, a pre-Romanesque jewel which lies very close to the beach in the village. Summer after summer, this festival has attracted renowned international figures like Bryan Ferry, Pretenders, Sinead O'Connor, Al Jarreau, Serrat, etc. The festival also includes prestigious performances of classical music, theater and dance.

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