|First view of Cadaquès and the bay along Costa Brava.|
|Tranquil and empty Cadaquès.|
|The "Blue House": at one time, many Cadaquès natives immigrated to Cuba, |
then returned home with riches and built elegant homes like this one.
|Dali's house in Port Lligat, marked by his iconic eggs on one portion of the roof,|
|The Library: Each room is decorated with various odd objects: paintings, statues, and even taxidermy.|
|Lounge area, leading to bedroom.|
|Bedroom of Dali and Gala.|
|Gala's oval "relaxing" room, often used as a salon for guests to enjoy stimulating conversations.|
|One of the terraces|
|Dali's iconic swimming pool, shaped like male genitals.|
|Another terrace, all in white.|
This view into Dali's life was richly interesting, and well worth the trip. Due to the difficulty of getting to Cadaquès and Port Lligat, this area of Spain is often overlooked, and remains a tranquil testament to the life and art of Salvadore Dali.
|Adios to Cadaquès!|