The Sala Barrau is located on the Paseo de s’Alamera in the heart of Santa Eulalia.
The former Agricultural Cooperative has become an exhibition hall dedicated to Laureano Barrau, catalan painter who settled in the “village of the River” back in 1932. His paintings present lush and sturdy brushstrokes.
His work is also preserved in large art galleries such as the Prado Museum, the Getty Museum (in California), the Museum of Contemporary Art in Madrid, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Barcelona, various museums in Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Paris and Rio de Janeiro.
A mandatory stop in Santa Eulalia.
Mondays to fridays, from 10.00 to 14.00
Tuesdays and thursdays, from 16.00 to 19.00