This gallery is a proposal to go back in time and remember an establishment where our great-grandparents, grandparents and parents were entertained.

In 1880 Francesc Fonollà (aka) Titus installed simple wooden huts on the beach where people could swim in small saltwater pools or in the sea, grabbing ropes that were installed there. It has been 140 years since then and now the Titus Group has more than one dance and leisure room, both in the city and outside.

The photographs were transferred to the Museum’s Image Archive, Ramon Fonollà Ferrer,  Ramon, in November 2011, at the end of the 130th anniversary celebrations and once the publication TITUS beach From 1880 to 2000 was published.

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TITUS, dels primers banys a la sala de ball