Torroella de Montgrí – l’Estartit

Torroella de Montgrí and L’Estartit are bound to win you over with their beautiful peaceful setting and ultra-modern venues, like the Espai Ter. This multi-purpose facility boasts the latest in state-of-the-art technology and comfort, enabling it to cater for everything from congresses, business meetings and events to galas, corporate dinners and trade fairs.

A unique venue to successfully cover all of today’s clients’ needs.

Congress dossier – Always on hand!

Hotel capacity

CategoryNumber of establishmentsNumber of roomsGuest capacity
1* and others580162

Conference centres

1. Espai Ter Theatre and Auditorium – Conference and Event Space

Hal namem2TheatreClassroomBanquetCocktail
Sala gran9,10
Sala petita4,65
Camerino gran 1 i 22,60NoNo
Camerino petit 1, 2, 3, 42,60NoNoNo
FoyerEspai ObertNoNoNo

Unique venues

Mediterranean Museum

Hall namem2TheatreCocktail


Benefits for conference delegates

  • Free assistance with selection of hotels and requests for estimates for catering, services, etc.
  • Personalised assistance from time of initial contact.
  • Guided visit of the Mediterranean Museum and the Medes Islands.
  • Official reception and assistance provided by the local government and the management of Espai Ter.Provision of local tourist information.
  • The Espai Ter has its own catering service.

Leading conferences and events

  • Montrgrí Medal Gala since 2016
  • Sport Festival Gala since 2015
  • 11 galas and dinners with local firms since 2013
  • Sant Andreu Agricultural and Commercial Show since 2011
  • Gi! Awards in 2013
  • International Congress of Barça Football Supporter Groups in 2015


Mediteranean Museum

A visit to the Mediterranean Museum is an opportunity to interactively experience everything the region has to offer: savour its aromas and sounds and step into the history of the quintessentially Mediterranean Montgrí, Medes Islands and Baix Ter.

Torroella de Montgrí, a thousand years of history

This walking tour traces the thousand-year history of this singular town. Visit palaces and unique buildings like the Mediterranean Museum and the fifteenth-century Can Quintana; Solterra Palace, headquarters of the Fundació Vila Casas; Mirador Palace, and colonial-style homes like Casa Galibern, headquarters of the Fundació Mascort

Discover the Medes Islands

Take a boat ride from the port of L’Estartit to the Medes Islands, a unique set of islands off the Catalan coast known for its biodiversity and rich underwater life. Glass-bottom boats provide panoramic views of the island’s diverse marine life.