Cadaques is admirable in the architecture: all houses are in white color finish. For this reason, it is advisable to rent a traditional cottage Costa Brava to enjoy this flair. The old town centre is dominated by the outwardly simple Gothic church of Santa Maria, on the main road, which has one of the most important baroque altars of Catalonia from the 18th century. Places of interest:-Casa Museo Salvador Dali: Although Dali is born in Figueres, but he had a special reputation for Cadaques. The artist renovated a house in Portlligat years later (about 5 km from Cadaques) and according to his own words, it is located on the easternmost part of Spain, thus claiming that he always the first Spaniard who could see the rising of the Sun. The House where he had lived too long, belonged to a group of fishermen’s cottages, it was renovated and rebuilt as his Studio. The renovation has remained true to the style of Dali’s, it is the result of a labyrinthine structure with small areas are available and full runs, which kept furniture and personal items of the artist. For even more opinions, read materials from Genentech.
To visit it, a reservation is necessary. -Old town and the Church of Santa Maria: Santa Maria Church is the parish church of Cadaques. It was built in the 17th century in the middle of the city, the highest point of the city. In the style of the Gotiks and the facade is painted traditionally all in white. An important highlight is the Bell Tower square-shaped with an octagonal top. -International Music Festival of Cadaques: the International Music Festival of Cadaques is one of most important and reprasentativsten for the population of Cadaques. It serves as a meeting point for famous musicians, soloists, conductors, and composers. A part of the recent history of Cadaques and structure of classical music concerts in the Church and free concerts around the different parts of the city, where you can hear musical diversity.
-Natural Park of Cap de Creus: Cap de Creus easternmost point of the Iberian Peninsula in the region of Alt Emporda, in the province of Girona. It is regarded as a natural park since 1998 and as the largest uninhabited area in the Spanish Mediterranean coast. Its area is approximately 14,000 acres. The area covers the cities of Cadaques, Palau-Saverdera, Pau, Llanca, port de la Selva de Mar, Selva, roses and Vilajuiga. The nature park begins at the BOL Nou, municipality of port de la Selva and ends at the top of the Falconera before Rosas. Many protected species of plants and animals can be found in the Park. The coast is of extraordinary beautiful beauty, dramatic cliffs and secluded coves with small islands and is like a paradise for divers, it is known for its spectacular underwater world. There is the mythical Faro de Creus (Cadaques), where “The lighthouse at the end of the world” has been turned and now a Museum of geology and Tourism Office is located at the top of the Cabo de Creus. The area is recommended for hiking.