del Vent Brugarol

Mas del Vent

The Mas del Vent, originally known as the Mas Brugarol, lies at the core of the La Fosca in Palamós on the Costa Brava. The farmhouse and the tower date from the 16th century and within the estate is the Romanesque style cloister. In this unique place we hold events such as business meetings, weddings, dinners and you can even spend a night or two here… From 2016 we have opened our doors for guided tours in collaboration with Palamós Council. During the summer we hold dramatised tours, a unique experience which combines theatre and gastronomy.

If you want to live the dream and spend a few days enjoying our wonderful surroundings, we now also offer the space for rent. This building, which was renovated by the prestigious RCR architects, is included in the Inventory of Heritage Architecture of Catalonia. The cloister was acquired in the 1950s by Hans Engelhorn. It is a work that has led to an intense intellectual debate about its authenticity. The estate includes sculptures by Medina-Campeny Xavier and Xavier Escribá.

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A perfect space in which to spend a few dreamy days but also somewhere to hold celebrations, organise lunches and dinners, business meetings etc.

Discover Mas del Vent


The visits will form part of what Palamós offers tourists as a cultural and heritage destination.



For information on this accommodation, please contact Hostal La Fosca.

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The Costa Brava Night Of Solidarity

The Night of Solidarity Costa Brava is an event promoted by Focus Engelhorn held annually in order to raise funds for organisations that perform social or research tasks.

The Cloister of Mas del Vent in Palamós is an iconic space that cannot fail to impress visitors with its artistic and visual features and which will turn any event into a unique moment that will remain in the memory for a long time.

According to the latest study by the Generalitat de Catalunya, which was published in November 2014, it is not defined as Romanesque, so its author, Eduard Carbonell, concludes from studies of sculpture, architecture and art history, and adds that it was built in the early years of the third decade of the twentieth century on the site of Ciudad Lineal, where it stood until it was installed in the Mas del Vent in 1959.

The cloister is a work that, in recent years, has led to an intense intellectual debate about its authenticity and currently is still being studied.