The Dalí Theatre-Museum is the largest surrealistic object in the world. It is located in the the former Municipal Theatre, a 19th century construction destroyed at the end of the Spanish Civil War. On its ruins, Dalí decided to create his museum.
The present Portlligat House-museum was Salvador Dalí’s only fixed abode from 1930, the place in which he normally lived and worked up till 1982 when, upon Gala’s death, he took up residence at Púbol Castle.
Visit this ancient settlement founded by the Greeks in the 6th century BC. AD and occupied later by the Romans, who created their own city in the 1st century BC. This unusual archaeological park was only discovered in 1908, and excavations are still going on today.
The peninsula of Cap de Creus constitutes the last buttress of the Pyrenees and the easternmost point of the Iberian Peninsula. The coast is abrupt and jagged, with towering cliffs and remote coves. It is the first natural park in Catalonia covering areas of both sea and land, and was created in 1998.