Casa Museu Dalí
Clear waters plus a rocky, contorted coastline around Cadaqués equals great diving. the Diving Centre Cadaqués can help beginners and...
Cap de Creus
Cap de Creus is the most easterly point of the Spanish mainland and is a place of sublime, rugged and very wind-battered beauty. In...
Café de la Habana
One kilometre south of the town centre, this icon of Cadaqués' nightlife can get lively with Latin-music nights, art exhibitions and...
Bar Lo Sai Si No Fos
This quaint blue-and-white restaurant, set inside a cellarlike room, offers real value with huge piles of prawns and garlic for €11,...
Lonely Planet review
Cadaqués' main beach, and several others along the nearby coast, are small, with more pebbles than sand, but their picturesqueness and beautiful blue waters make up for that. Overlooking Platja Llané, to the south of the town centre, is Dalí's parents' holiday home. Out the front is a statue by Josep Subirachs dedicated to Federico García Lorca and in memory of his 1920s stay. All the beaches around here suffer from strong winds that can make swimming, even in high summer, fun only for the thick-skinned.