In the most easterly point of Spain and probably one of the wildest spots on la Costa Brava, we find the striking rocky landscape that influenced the Genius Salvador Dalí all through his life. Dalí, the father of surrealism, sought to express the contents of the unconscious mind, surrounded by surreal powerful shapes.
We will visit Dali’s museum house, located in the bay of Port Lligat, where he lived with Gala, his lifetime companion, wife, muse, BFF and merchant. A house specially designed by the artist, reconverted from fishermen’s huts into a Mansion, with striking interior design, open spaces, and natural windows on the sublime and dramatic landscape that characterize the coastal area of Cap de Creus.
Dalí Theater-Museum, inaugurated in 1974 was built on the site of the former theater of Figueres and is considered to be the last great work of Salvador Dalí. Be prepared to admire the artist work from his early years, to the times in Paris inspired by the impressionism and cubism of Picasso, to the explosion of Surrealism as well as experiments with holograms, 3D and digitalism.