FISHERMAN EXPERIENCE ON DALI DOCK
Head to the northeastern-most point in Spain--the wild and rugged natural park of Cap de Creus, home of the late surrealist painter Salvador Dalí. You’ll learn about the rich history of Catalonia and Cadaqués, as well as an introduction to the life and work of Dali during the drive with your entertaining guide. The approach to Cadaques is a windy (but short) road with amazing views. White-washed Cadaques was the town where Salvador Dali spent most of his adult life, and is still full of tiny art galleries, boutiques, interesting cafes, restaurants and shops. There will be some time to wander the narrow cobblestone streets that are brimming with colorful doors and window shutters, vibrant flowers and incredible views of the Mediterranean. After a little walk in town to stretch your legs, you’ll head a few minutes north to Port Lligat where you’ll meet your captain and local fishermen, to board a fishing boat and head out for an hour and a half exploring the Cap de Creus coves, taking a dip in the Mediterranean and bathing in the sun. Back at the pier you’ll enjoy a special fishermen’s lunch, prepared privately for your group, consisting of all locally caught shellfish and seafood and with a paella cooked on the pier made of the famous red shrimp of Palamós--all of this accompanied by some of the best local Catalan wines. After dessert and coffee, you'll visit the nearby Dalí House Museum. The exploration of the house and garden will take about an hour, before driving back to Barcelona.