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Highlights in Cadaques
- Quiet beaches
- Ideal for scuba diving enthusiasts
- Salvador Dali Museum
- The most beautiful views of Spain
- Exquisite seafood and fish
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Rentals and holiday homes in Cadaques
Would you like to reserve a holiday rental in Cadaques to spend a few days enjoying its beautiful beaches and all the charms of the town? At Holidu we offer you the possibility of choosing from a wide variety of cheap rentals in Cadaques, equipped with all the most modern comforts and located just a few minutes' walk from the beach. Most of them have a terrace, so that you can enjoy the beautiful views of the sea as soon as you get up. If you also need to have parking, air conditioning or swimming pool, just include it in your search filters.Spacious rustic style houses with swimming pool
If you are travelling with family or friends and are looking for a holiday rental in Cadaques which, in addition to being close to the beach, is in a quieter environment, where you can relax, we recommend that you book a holiday home. We have a wide variety of them, with different capacities and fully equipped. Most of them with terrace and parking, and many of them with private swimming pool, sauna and jacuzzi. What more could you ask for?
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The area and how to find your way around
Located northeast of Gerona, in the Alto Ampurdan region, Cadaques is a beautiful coastal town of approximately 2,800 inhabitants. The bay of Cadaques forms the largest natural port in Catalonia and is the easternmost town on the Iberian Peninsula, occupying most of the eastern coast of the Cape Creus massif. Separated by the Puig de Pani mountain and Puig de Bufadors from the rest of the Empordà. All of this is surrounded by beaches with crystal-clear waters in which numerous recreational boats sail, which gives it a very special air. Book your rental in Cadaques today and enjoy a unique holiday.The locality that inspired Salvador Dali
The urban area of Cadaques stands out for its seafaring atmosphere. An architectural ensemble of white houses presided over by the church of Santa Maria, which has inspired numerous artists and painters, including Salvador Dali. The village still maintains part of its medieval layout and town planning, which in the past was surrounded by an impressive wall, of which only a bastion remains today, integrated into the town hall building. But what attracts more attention are its streets handmade with stones extracted from the shore of the sea, modeled by the swaying of the waves. Don't wait any longer to reserve your rental in Cadaques and soak up all its charms.
Types of travellers and activities
Along the coast of Cadaques we find numerous coves and beaches that stand out for their authenticity and their wild character. Some of them practically virgin, which is reflected in the quality and purity of its waters. One of the most frequented for its proximity to the centre is the Playa Grande. But if you're looking for leisure and a pleasant atmosphere, Portdugue is the best, and if you're looking for tranquillity, there's nothing better than Es Pianc, which also offers wonderful sunsets.Cadaques for diving lovers
The Cabo de Creus Natural Park is located in the immediate vicinity of Cadaques. An impressive natural site of 14,000 hectares, of which 11,000 are terrestrial and 3,000 marine, that the locality shares with the populations of Llansa, Pau, Palau Sabardera, Puerto de la Selva, Rosas, Selva del Mar and Vilajuïga. It is home to numerous protected species of flora and fauna unique in the world. In addition, its coastline has great scenic value due to its imposing cliffs, charming coves and small islands. This makes it a real paradise for scuba diving enthusiasts. However, it is advisable to do it with specialized personnel, due to the restrictions of the area.
Did you know that the Cabo de Creus Park is the only one in Spain with a sea and land area? In addition, it is considered the largest uninhabited area on the Spanish Mediterranean coast.
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The viewpoint of the church of Santa Maria is, together with that of San Cristobal in Granada, the most beautiful in Spain. Already the very zigzagging path through the very white alleys that lead to it is enchanting. With its colourful craft shops and a quiet atmosphere. But when we get to the top, the most beautiful views we've ever seen await us.2. Immerse yourself in the life of the genius Salvador Dali
The Salvador Dali House Museum is one of the most visited places in the town and an indispensable place to get to know the painter's universe. It is located in the bay of Portlligat, surrounded by the beautiful landscapes that captivated the painter. It is made up of a set of fishermen's huts that the artist bought together with his wife, giving it a labyrinthine shape. In the museum you can see souvenirs of the painter, his workshop, his rooms, the library, the garden and the swimming pool.3. Visit the town during the Cadaques International Music Festival
The Cadaques International Music Festival is the most important in the north of the Costa Brava. It brings together many renowned musicians, soloists, conductors and composers. With performances of different musical genres ranging from classical music to rock, through pop, gospel and jazz. The stages where they are held are very varied, but the most beautiful are the church of Santa Maria and the garden of S'Olivar de Sa Conca.4. Taste the exquisite seafood of Cadaques
The inhabitants of Cadaques, like the rest of the Empordaneses, are true gourmets. The shellfish and fish of the area are very appreciated, due to the rocky terrain and the strong storms that make these products have an incomparable flavour. Among the most outstanding are grouper, gilthead bream, anchovies, sea urchins, sardines, lobster, pagro and mussels. But also delicious are the seafood paella and the scorpena with sauce and potatoes.