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You can walk to the museum in Port Lligat easily from Cadaques. Beautifully located, it provides insight into the painter's life.
The tour starts with an explanation (available in various languages) of the living quarters and Dali's studio. After that, you are free to roam...More
The house where Dali lived is in Port Lligat. There is also a Dali museum in Cadaques. A ticket is required to enter the house and the gardens, but there is a small gift shop and a free movie about Dali playing in one of...More
The Port Lligat Museum, is also Dali's House, so I'm not sure why there are two separate listings for this one attraction on TA?? So read the other reviews as well.
Book online before hand to avoid disappointment, its extremely busy and only small groups...More
We arrived at Easter week when it was booked solid for the next 4 days. However, we added our names to a waiting list and got in just 30 minutes later, because ticket holders forfeit their place unless they turn up a half hour before...More
This the real place where Dali lived, loved and created. Not the fancy palace turned into museum that he bought his wife and was allowed to visit by written note.
Coming here allows one to recognise the background in many of his works, the sandy...More
I combined a visit here with a visit to the Dali Museum, Figueres and chose a full day trip with a small group tour company as its pretty much impossible to get here otherwise if you don't have a car. It's timed entry, groups of...More
The former home of Salvador Dali is situated in a picturesque bay a 25 minute walk from the popular town of Cadaques.
The museum consists of a number of fisherman's cottages which Dali gradually purchased over a period of 30+ years, connected together and renovated,...More
I was a Dali fan when I was a kid and this lived up to my expectations. Best parts were the studio with the unfinished works, the circular room with an echo and the dressing room with all the amazing photos.
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We only drove in the opposite direction, that is from Cadaques to Roses then onto Figueres, and this took about 45 minutes. Once in Cadaques its a 5 minute drive to the Dali House at Pt. Ligat. It was a steep drive from... More
We only drove in the opposite direction, that is from Cadaques to Roses then onto Figueres, and this took about 45 minutes. Once in Cadaques its a 5 minute drive to the Dali House at Pt. Ligat. It was a steep drive from Cadaques to Roses for less than half the way, and winding (so this would be at the end of your drive) but I didn't think terribly so. At least half the journey, that is, between Figueres and Roses will be on a highway on the flat. I don't see that your wife will have much of a problem personally, if she doesn't suffer terribly all the time. Have you considered staying in Cadaques? We were there in May and it was delightful, a very pretty fishing village with a lot more charm than Figueres. We also went to the Dali Museum in Cadaques, which when we were there, had an exhibition of photos and a video of Dalis carpenter, who made all the furniture in Pt Ligat as well as objects in the Figueres Museum. With the Figueres Museum, get there early, or go at lunch time, when everyone else is at restaurants. Make sure you book your Pt. Ligat tickets on online, but we didn't bother at the Figueres Museum, just walked in, there was no queue, despite lots of people inside.If your booking one, you may as well book tickets for both I suppose. I'm sure you know that there is a seperate section for Dalis Jewels which is also worth seeing in Figueres. Hope that helps