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Cassa de la Selva: Parc Art
Veïnat de Matamala 
17244 Gerona
Tel: +34 972 463 081

Site specific and sculptural works are presented in this Art Park, within the privately owned grounds of Cassa de la Selva. Artists are invited to choose the locations of their own works.

Opening times are seasonal, check website for more information. Admission is charged.


Centro de Arte y Naturaleza (CDAN)
C/ Doctor Artero, s/n
Huesca 22004
Tel: +34 974 239 893

The Centre of Art and Nature was established in 1995 by Huesca’s Provincial Government. Significant works by Richard Long, Per Kirkby and David Nash as well as other environmental artists can be seen within the beautiful surrounding landscapes of Huesca.

Open 11 till 8pm in the winter months, till 9pm during summer. Closed Mondays.


Chillida-Leku Museum: Sculpture Garden
Museo Chillida-Leku
Bº Jauregui, 66
E-20120 Hernani
Tel: (+34) 943 336006

The Museo Chillida-Leku opened October 2000 by the Eduardo Chillida Foundationto display the works of Basque artist Eduardo Chillida (1924-2002), whose sculptures are in museum collections and in outside spaces across the world. The Museum building, Caserio Zabalaga (also Chillida’s home and studio) is situated on 30 acres only 5 miles from San Sebastian (Donosti) in the heart of the Basque country. On display are examples of Chillida's work both inside and outdoors in the sculpture garden surrounding the museum.

Chillida-Leku is open September to 30th June from 10:30am to 3:00pm Wednesdays to Mondays (closed Tuesdays) and July to 31th August from 10:30am to 8:00pm Mondays to Saturdays, (Tuesdays included). On Sunday: 10:30am to 3:00pm.

Chillida is known for the creation of Peine del Viento in San Sebastian.


Fundacion César Manrique
Taro de Tahíche - Teguise
C.P. 35507
Lanzarote - Islas Canarias
Tel: +34 928 84 31 38

The Museum, based at the home, studio and estate of landscape artist César Manrique, shows work by Manrique together with temporary exhibitions of artists whose work engages with the themes of art and nature.

Open during winter months from Mondays to Saturdays from 10am till 6pm, and Sundays 10am till 3pm. During summer months the museum is open from 10am till 7pm daily. Admission is charged.


Fundacion NMAC
Dehesa Montenmedio
Vejer de la Frontera
Tel: (+34) 956 455 134

The Fundacion Montenmedio Arte Contemporaneo (NMAC), opened 2001, aims to establish a dialogue between art and nature. Artists are chosen each year to create site specific outdoor art work on the NMAC’s 30 hectares which are devoted to the growing sculpture park. Each work becomes part of the expanding permanent collection, which includes Marina Abramovic, Sol Lewitt, Jeppe Hein, , James Turrel, and Roxy Pain.

During the Summer months (from June) the NMAC is open from 10am to 2pm and 5pm to 8:30pm. During winter the NMAC is open from 10:00 am to 2:30 pm and from 4 pm to 6 pm. Admission is charged.


Illa das Esculturas
Paseo del Lérez, by the Monte Porreiro road
36005 Potevedra
Tel: +34 6105 30052

The largest open air museum in Galicia, this island of art was established in 1999 and hosts site specific and environmental art commissions by national and international artists, often using Galician granite. Artists include Dan Graham, Richard Long, Jenny Holzer,and Jose Pedro Croft.

Open to the public all year round. Admission is free.


Las Salinas Arte Contemporáneo
47400 Medina del campo
Tel: (+34) 983 36 24 90 (Fundación Cristóbal Gabarrón)

Las Salinas Arte Contemporáneo (SAC) is an impressive collection of outdoor sculpture founded by the Spanish artist Cristóbal Gabarrón and operated by the Fundación Cristóbal Gabarrón.

Located within the 80,000 m2 grounds of the magnificent Palace of Las Salinas, the open air museum presents over 40 works by national and international artists, including Anthony Caro, Dennis Oppenheim, Tom Otterness, Julie Saypoff and Juan Munoz. A map of the works can be downloaded here:

The SAC opened to the public in 2007.


Museo Vostell Malpartida
Ctra. De Los Barruecos, s/n
Apdo. Correos 20
10910 Malpartida de Caceres
Tel: + 34 927 01 08 12

Established 1976 by artist Wolf Vostell associated with conceptual art in 1970s, the museum Shows work from the Wolf and Mercedes Wolf Collection together with the Fluxus collection which was donated in 1998

Opening hours are seasonal, check website for details. Admission is charged.


Park Guell (Antoni Gaudi)

Park Guell is the unique creation of renowned Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi (1852-1926) from 1900-1914, commissioned by Count Eusebi Guell who wanted a space for the aristocrats of Barcelona to enjoy. This impressive park contains winding paths, architectural features, colonnaded walkways, stone works, mosaics and fountains in addition to trees and foliage.

Open from 10:00. Closing times vary at different times of year but is normally around 19:00. Admission is free of charge.


Parque de Esculturas Tierras Altas
Lomas de Oro
26125 Villoslada de Cameros
La Rioja
Tel: +34 941 360 667

Created by Spanish sculptor Roberto Pajares, with funds from the Leader II EU, this sculpture park is located on a trail of the beautiful landscape of Camino de la Virgen, about 20 minutes’ walk from the nearest village Villoslada de Cameros. National and international artists are represented.

Open to the public daily, free of charge.


Peine del Viento
San Sebástian

Artist Eduardo Chillida and architect Luis Peña Ganchegui created this world-wide landmark at the foot of Mount Igueldo in San Sebastian. Impressive steel forms and landscaped spaces face the sea front and meet the natural forces of the wind and sea.

Open to the public daily, free of charge.


El Poble Espanyol Sculpture Garden

Placa Espanya
Tel. +34 93 508 63 00

Based at the El Poble Espanyol Open Air Museum, the sculpture garden is set in over 3,000 square metres of woodland and hosts 27 modern sculptures by both national and international artists. At the highest part of the garden visitors can admire the magnificent views of Barcelona. Works are presented in iron, steel,  marble and other materials and belong to the Fran Daurel Foundation. 

El Poble Espanyol (which translated means The Spanish Village) Open Air Museum was created for the Barcelona World Exhibition in 1929. The Open Air Museum is an ‘ideal’ Spanish village created by architect Josep Puig i Cadafalch, presenting popular Spanish architecture of the time.  Today the town is considered a crafts destination. Tourists can see demonstrations of glass blowing and leatherworking and take workshops in painting and sculpture.

El Poble Espanyol is open to visitors from Tuesdays to Thursdays: 9am to 2am, Fridays: 9am to 4am, Saturdays: 9 am to 5 am, and Sundays: 9am to Midnight. Daytime and nighttime tickets can be purchased.


Sculptural Park of Rincon de Ademuz
Tel: +34 978 78 50 00

Located between Cuenca and Teruel (Castille and Aragon), Rincon de Ademuz is a unique place. While it is part of Valencia it is physically separated from Valencia. The locals say" We are Castilians, but we feel Aragonese, we will always be Valencians". Ricon de Ademuz is approximately 370 square kilometers in an area composed of approximately 20 villages.

The sculpture park was developed for the Art and Nature Biennial of Rincon de Ademuz, since 2001. Sculptures are on loan for two years by the artists, and are replaced by new work by other artists, unless some of the sculptures have been purchased by participating villages or patrons. Each village provides one juror each to judge the entries.

The geographical area that the sculpture park covers stretches across the region, clustered in or near the villages of the Rincon and along the trekking routes of the Rincon de Ademuz.


Sculpture Park Sa Bassa Blanca

Fundacion Yannick Y Ben Jakober
Finca Sa Bassa Blanca
Es Mal Pas - Alcudia
Spain 07400
Tel: +34 971 546 915

Artists Ben Jakober and Yannick Vu have created a sculpture park within the grounds of the Fundacion Jackober, with an interesting display of monumental granite sculptures created by Jackober and Vu inspired by animals featuring in Antiquity; dogs, elephants, hippos and bulls.

The Fundacion maintains a vast collection of Fine Art of Spanish heritage in addition to modern and contemporary painting and sculpture. The Museum Sa Bassa Blanca displays works in the collection and an impressive gallery called the SoKraTES Space is also located on the grounds.

Open Tuesdays and by appointment only on Wednesdays to Saturdays. Closed Sundays and Mondays. Admission is charged.



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Fundacion Cesar Manrique, Lanzarote, Spain

Fundacion Cesar Manrique, Lanzarote, Spain

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