Located in the heart of Girona’s Costa Brava, surrounded by a landscape of olive groves and mountain cliffs that fall over the sea and under a luminous sky that bright up its whitewashed homes, we find Cadaqués.

Cadaqués has a modern tourist infrastructure available to travelers. Barely a century ago, Cadaqués was a humble fishing village that made the most of the shelter of a natural port at the bottom of the bay. Today, it is a quality tourist resort with excellent beaches and secluded coves with transparent waters; a place for playing water sports or taking a nap under a beach poop.

Some relevant contemporary painters fell in love with Cadaqués: Picasso, Chagall, Klein … Here they found their inspiration. But there is one that stands out above all: Salvador Dalí, who gave notoriety to this Mediterranean spot.

Cadaqués has a rich offer of cultural activities, with many museums and art galleries. For during the early twentieth century, the Catalan town grew into an important cultural center in Europe.





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