What are we doing?
We will, early morning, head to the Cap de Creus Lighthouse, the easternmost point of the Iberian Peninsula, from which we can enjoy privileged views of the Costa Brava North. This area is part of a protected area of great value and natural interest, and in which there are the villages of Port de la Selva, Roses and Cadaqués, and the hidden Selva de Mar. In this special lighthouse we will have a short walk and we will admire some of the strange forms of the rocks that inspired Dalí to paint some of his paintings. When we finish we'll have a guided visit to the Dalí House-Museum, in Portlligat, in which he lived and created most of his masterpieces. We'll then go to Cadaqués, a fishing village of exceptional beauty, where we will go on a guided tour to get to know its history and the secrets that it keeps. Once finished we'll have free time to have lunch, tasting the taps of Cadaqués, traditional and typical sweets of the area, stroll around the beautiful white cobblestone streets, relax in one of the village's beaches or walk to some nearby hidden beaches.
What is included?
- English-speaking guide.
- Visit to the Cap de Creus Lighthouse.
- Guided visit in the Dalí House-Museum.
- Guided visit in Cadaqués.
- Try the traditional Taps from Cadaqués!
- Unlimited water.
*This tour doesn't include the fees of the Dalí House-Museum (14€ or 8€ reduced price).
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