Cadaques, Costa Brava coast of SpainJanuary 8, 2015
Cadaques is a coastal town north of Spain, located on the Costa Brava region of beaches and beautiful cities, this region enchanted many painters and artists such as Pablo Picasso Spain, Salvador Dali and Joan Miro, Cadaques is one Museum Dalí which was his old house and also a statue in his honor, right in the city center, he and his wife lived in the city for a 50 years.
In this trip to Cadaques in Spain, from Barcelona, It is approximately 171km, I went with some friends I met there (Costa a friend Swedish, Javi a Spaniard Ignacio friend and a friend Italiano), I was not yet married to Pri, at that time I lived in Barcelona and was a Marketing Graduate Faculty at Pompeu Fabra.
We drove from Barcelona along the coast of the Costa Brava, we passed beautiful landscapes, beaches and cities, the way you go through a beautiful castle on the shores of the Mediterranean, the road we use is the one that runs along the coast, It is not auto track, some cities only spent, as Tossa del Mar, Begur and others stayed town Platja D'Aro and Cadaques.
Cadaques It is an ancient fishing village, she has a style of Greek cities, with white house at the seashore, with great influence of artists and very well preserved.
There is a place to walk very, because in many places cars can not pass, but I do not care, because as I said in other posts, I know the city more enjoyable this way.
The sights there are the bars, restaurants, the Church of Santa Maria, of course, the sea and the beaches, they are smaller, surrounded by green, rocks and mountains, known as "pants".
The food there is also excellent, the famous Mediterranean cuisine, with very strong point of the seafood.