Things to see and do - Cadaqués
Unmissable tourist sites
Cadaqués Travel guide
Cadaqués : Michelin's recommendations
This charming fishing village stands in a delightful setting south of the Cabo de Creus. It is linked to Roses by the Perafita road, with its stunning views of the Ampurdan, Gulf of Roses, French coast and the hills behind Cadaqués. Once it became accessible in the 19C, Cadaqués developed into a popular haunt for artists and intellectuals, the most famous of whom was undoubtedly Salvador Dalí.
Tourist attractions Cadaqués : Things to see and do
E - 17488 Cadaqués
The Costa Brava or Wild Coast is hugely popular with holidaymakers from northern Europe. In spite of the pressure, it still deserves its name thanks to its lovely scenery. Beautiful beaches, guaranteed liveliness in summer, charming villages (Cadaqué..
pl. Dr. Callis 15 E - 17488 Cadaqués
The shape of this 16C church has been immortalised by many painters and is a symbol of Cadaqués. The exterior austerity of the building contrasts with the interior, that houses a baroque retable by Pau Costa. This work of art, one of the most remarka..
E - 17488 Cadaqués
Steep roads and paths lead to the Cabo de Creus peninsula, offering some stunning contrasts on the way. The rugged relief is criss-crossed by paths which will take you past sheer cliffs and hidden bays. Down on the seafront, little boats leave from E..
Torre, 9 E - 17488 Cadaqués
Miquel Rosset, 23 E - 17488 Cadaqués
The family-run Hotel Can Pepín is located in the lively centre of Cadaqués, 150 metres from the beach. It offers heated rooms with a flat-screen TV, fan and a private bathroom. Featuring tiled floors and light wood furniture, each room is soundproof..
Paratge la Tarongeta, s/n E - 17488 Cadaqués
Sant Baldiri 10 (Paratge Els Caials) E - 17488 Cadaqués
Riera Sant Vicenç E - 17488 Cadaqués
This restaurant with a spacious patio-terrace also has a pleasant rustic-cum-Mediterranean interior with a predominance of wood and stone. The emphasis is on large yet high quality dishes that are meant for sharing ('compartir' in Spanish).