The name Cadaqués is linked to the Mediterranean, to some of the most emblematic places and corners of the Costa Brava; the spectacular landscape of the Cap de Creus Natural Park; to the tranquility of a village where its marine character is still breathed.
To know the Cadaqués history, it is essential to visit the historical center and get lost in its labyrinthine streets. The origin of the town is from the medieval period, surrounded by a large wall, and occupied the space that is today the Cadaqués historical center with its pavement, the rake. The Santa Maria church is the most interesting part to visit of the historic center. The temple began to be built in the mid-sixteenth century and is, principally, late Gothic. From here we have a wonderful view of the village, the Cadaqués bay, Cucurucuc and even the small Cala Nans lighthouse.
Portlligat is, at the artistic level, the Cadaqués tourist attraction, a worldwide attraction, where artists and intellectuals found here their inspiration paradise, like the "empurdanes" surrealism genius, Salvador Dalí. Currently, you can visit the Salvador Dalí House Museum, with a previous appointment.
If you come to Cadaqués, whether for a weekend or to spend your holidays, you will surely spend fantastic and beautiful days and you will leave with the desire to return.