The Pearl of Costa Brava
Cadaques is a magnificent remote fishing village situated in the Cap de Creus peninsula on the famous Spanish Costa Brava (close to the French border), recognized by the narrow cobblestone streets with their charming whitewashed houses overlooking incredible views of the Mediterranean Sea. The village is dominated by a seventeenth century church which boasts an astonishing baroque altar.
A source of inspiration
Ever since the 1950s, the village has been an important cultural meeting point, where artists such as Marcel Duchamp, Man Ray, Picasso, amongst others, used to visit, attracted by the beautiful light and amazing landscapes as well as by the enigmatic figure of Salvador Dalí, who had his legendary home studio in the nearby Port Lligat.
A visite of ExpoDali is a must – A unique exhibition of 250 original graphic works of Salvador Dali (Adress : Santa Margarida 24 – Cadaques)
A broad range of activities
Cadaques not only offers a wide selection of cultural activities (art galleries, museums, concerts, traditional events… and gastronomic experiences) but also a broad range of sporting activities such as boating, kayaking, diving, hiking or cycling. One of the main attractions is the excellent hiking opportunities that the Cap de Creus Natural Park provides.