Another fine museum of modern art, it's also distinguished by that fact that it's one of the prettiest, most peaceful spots in town to just get lost for a bit, as the 16th-century bastion on the Plaza Porta Santa Catalina gives it such a singular feel. Inside you have three floors of permanent and temporary exhibitions, from paintings to sculptures, by authors such as Miró, Picasso, Magritte, and Barceló. On the upper level you'll find one of its main highlights, an outdoor terrace with strange sculptures and a brilliant view of the harbour. You might want to sit a while to take it in - certainly we can't think of a more brilliant way to end any museum visit.
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