MARAM - Fish Interpretation Center

Address:Port Pesquer s/n. 17130 L'Escala

MARAM is the Fishing Interpretation Center, an exhibition center enhanced by l'Escala fishermen open to the public. The aim is that the visitors can know this village fishing culture, so ancient. The beautiful building is located in l'Escala Harbour and offers a permanent exhibition about kinds of fish under these waters, the geographical situation of the village, next to Montgrí Mountains, and most of all the specific fishing techniques, all ecologically sustainable, used by this community. 

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L'Escala es uno de los grandes puertos pesqueros y el MARAM nos explica su funcionamiento

El MARAM de l'Escala ens explica el funcionament de la subhasta de peix a l'Escala, que fa servir noves tecnologies

Le MARAM de l'Escala organise regulièrement des activités culturales ouvertes au public

MARAM hosts a permanent exhibition about Costa Brava sea environnement and ecological fishing techniques in l'Escala

Esta ilustración nos explica la cadena trófica que se desarrolla en el mar. Su respeto es clave para el mantenimiento del ecosistema

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