Our guide will pick you up in a comfortable minivan and will assist you in this personalized tour through the idyllic landscapes of the Costa Brava, as you uncover the mysteries and secrets of the most international Catalan painter, Salvador Dalí.
From Barcelona we head to FIGUERES, a small town near the border with France and one of the three points that make up the so-called 'Dalí triangle'. There he was born and spent his childhood Salvador Dalí, the 'crazy' sanest of surrealism. Know the streets and corners that marked his early years as well as some of his favorite places he frequented as an adult.
In the same Figueres is located what is considered the 'largest surrealistic object in the world', the DALÍ-MUSEUM. Designed by Dalí himself on the ruins of the old municipal theater, you will be able to plunge into the painter's mind thanks to his most complete collection, on a journey throughout the strangest artifacts you can imagine.
We will follow the footsteps of the artist until one of those hidden gems on the Costa Brava, CADAQUÉS. The most easterly of the Iberian peninsula villages, draws a box where the white houses, the sea and the capricious forms of the mountainous terrain merge into a single image. There you can walk around its labyrinth center, relax on the waterfront and taste, if you wish, the typical cuisine of a traditional fishing village.
Just a mile from Cadaqués, we find PORT LLIGAT, where we will end up completing the image of the Catalan genius. In 1930, Dalí decided to fix their residence in this tiny, charming cove, building his house upon a group of fishermen's huts. Today converted into HOUSE- MUSEUM, its visit lets you know the studio where the painter created his most important works and make an intimate tour of the rooms where he lived with his beloved wife and muse, Gala.
Due to the amount of visitors that the House-Museum of Port Lligat can receive in high season, if there were no availability of booking in the dates you need, we offer an alternative: visit the Gala-Dalí Castle of PÚBOL.
Tour Duration: 12H - Full day
Group: Max.8 persons
Figueres, Cadaqués from Barcelona.
Available all the year, not 25-26 December, 1st January
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