Rent Barcelona Minibus to Figueres and Cadaques.
You want to know where was the hometown of Salvador Dalí? What place was the first source of inspiration of this genius that imagined such a breathtaking world? You must come to Dali Tours from downtown Barcelona to the Costa Brava in a fully air-conditioned minibus in less than 2 hours you will be embraced by the beauty of Port Lligat and Cadaques.
Enjoy our Dali Tours this summer
A guided tour to Port Lligat, his museum-house and personal labyrinth, and his most precious dreamy creatures like the Bear Lobby, spreads out and winds around in a succession of zones linked by narrow corridors, slight changes of level and blind passageways like you would be in Salvador Dali’s dream.
Artists have been attracted to the intense light on the Costa Brava for years but none is more closely associated with the region than the Surrealist Salvador Dalí. The three towns of Cadaqués, Figueres and Púbol make up what is known locally as the “Dalí Triangle”, and each features major museums of his work. His birthplace of Figueres has the main Dalí Theatre Museum, a riot of pink walls topped with golden eggs and, inside, the Mae West lips sofa among other famous works. In the small hilltop village of Púbol, there’s the Medieval Castle the artist bought and converted for his wife Gala; and at the whitewashed coastal town of Cadaqués, the house he lived and worked in for some 50 years is also now a museum. Look out for the 7ft-high bear carrying a spear.