Cadaqués is a small fishing-village (3030 inhabitants) situated in a beautiful bay, at only 22 miles from the French border. No other village on the Costa Brava has conserved so well its Mediterranean style. All the houses fit picturesquely into the landscape.
Cadaqués is known as the Spanish Saint-Tropez. The famous surrealistic painter Dalí lived in Port Lligat, and many of his paintings have been created there. Many other painters, writers and photographers are fascinated and inspired by this unique landscape.
Cadaqués is the ideal place for those who want to relax and who dislike overcrowded beaches. There are scores of smaller and larger beaches, sheltered between the rocky outcrops, offering clear water and protection from the wind. Paradise for water-sports: diving clubs, water-skiing, sailing, boating and surfing. Near Cadaqués, Trekking areas and the Golf resort of Peralada at only 25 Kilometers.
Cadaqués offers also two Museums, SouvenirShops and some typical Restaurants and spanish cafes. A number of interesting excursions can be made from Cadaqués: the Roman rests of Ampurias, the romanesque monastery of Sant Pere de Rodas, Girona which is one of the oldest towns in Catalunya, the Castle-Casino of Perelada, the Dalí Museum in Figueres and many others.
FOTOGRAFIA: BERNAT RAMIREZ
Following the latest news from health professionals about the evolution of virus COVID-19 in our country, as a measure of social responsibility and protecting the health of our employees and clients, we decide to close on 15th March to to until further notice.
We wish that this situation returns to normal as soon as possible, and we would be happy to welcome you again.
We continue to work offering the reservation service either via email, telephone, or online booking.
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