Cadaqués is a pretty town in the Alt Empordà region. Well known for its aesthetics, the gray slate, the olive trees, the green bushes, the terraces made with dry walls of great perfection and, above all, the white houses.

The old town, which was walled (the portal is still preserved), occupies a rocky hill on top of which rises the characteristic white church of Santa María, and extends to the sea, as far as the Llané Grande cove. A series of narrow and steep streets and alleys, paved with flagstones and slate stones, and small squares make up the architectural complex of the old town of Cadaqués.

The Salvador Dalí House Museum is one of the most visited places in Cadaqués, considered an essential visit to discover the universe of the painter. It is located in the Portlligat bay, to the north of the town, surrounded by the beautiful landscape that captivated the artist. It is made up of a set of fishermen’s huts that were acquired by the painter and his wife, Gala, giving it a labyrinthine shape. It was opened to the public in 1997 and inside it exhibits memories of the painter, his workshop, the library, his rooms, the garden area and the pool.