Interpretation centre of the Calella's Lighthouse
The Calella lighthouse is a symbol of this Maresme municipality. Built in the mid-19th century where a watchtower used to protect the coast from pirate attacks, it is a building steeped in history that has also been able to adapt to modern times by hosting the Center d'Interpretació del Far de Calella (Interpretation Center of the Lighthouse of Calella).
The space occupied by the center is dedicated to showing and explaining to the public the communication tasks that are carried out in the lighthouse, whether they are maritime, to guide the boats, or also terrestrial, through optical telegraphy. It is a space to understand how these constructions have evolved and the work that has been carried out throughout history, through a modern museum project that includes interactive panels, audiovisuals and participation games aimed at children.
April to June and October: Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
July, August and September: Tuesday to Sunday and public holidays from 5pm to 9pm
Closed from November to March.