The house where painter Dionís Bennàssar lived half his life and did most of his work is now a museum open to the public. Since the time the artist lived in the house, extensive restorations have been carried out which make it more accessible but do not take away the period charm which is central to the museum's character. In addition to the restoration, three annexes were added, which are now used in presentations and exhibitions promoting the appreciation of art. Conferences, courses, and concerts are all held in the house-museum.
Arts & Museums