Take a journey into the surrealist mind of Catalan artist Salvador Dalí and see the places that helped shape his life and creative vision.
Visit the Dali Theatre-Museum in Figueres, a present that the artist made to the city where he was born. Head to the charming village of Cadaqués, where the artist spent many summer holidays as a child. Finally, see a more intimate side of Dalí in Port Lligat, a tiny fishing cove where the artist built a house and created some of his most important works.
Our guide will pick you up at your hotel in a comfortable vehicle and take you through the idyllic landscapes of the Costa Brava. You’ll uncover the mysteries and secrets of the most famous Catalan painter, Salvador Dalí. From Barcelona, you’ll first visit a small town called Figueres near the French border. This is one of the three points that make up the so-called Dalí triangle. Dalí was born and raised in this town. Become familiar with the streets and corners that marked his early years and passed some of his favorite places. Afterward, you’ll visit the Dalí Theatre-Museum, which is located in Figueres. This museum is considered to be the largest surrealist object in the world, designed by Dalí himself. You’ll be able to plunge into the painter's mind thanks to its collection of the strangest artifacts you can imagine. You’ll continue in the footsteps of the artist to Cadaqués, a village where the white houses, the sea, and the mountains merge into a single image. Just a mile from Cadaqués lays Portlligat, where you’ll complete the image of the Catalan genius. At the Salvador Dalí House, you’ll see the studio where the painter created his most important works and take an intimate tour of the rooms where he lived with his beloved wife and muse, Gala.
12 hours approximately