Hotel La Residencia

C/Caritat Serinyana, 1, Cadaques, 17488, Spain
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Entrance to Dali's homeEntrance to Dali's home

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Driving instructions

by geebee0_0

We are due to arrive in Cadaques in a couple of weeks and are hiring a car from Barcelona airport. Can anyone give tell us the best way to get to Cadaques from Barcelona?

Re: Driving instructions

by leics

Use www.viamichelin.com

You'll get printable point-to-point routes and estimated drive times.

Re: Driving instructions

by SOLODANCER

If I'm not mistaken there's just one way - one main highway - onwards to Cadaques from Barcelona, not counting perhaps the little roads outside of the highway thru tiny villages.

This was my experience when taking the bus from Barcelona. A good comfortable ride thru hairpin paths up and down the mountains which took a good 2 hours. And this was way back many years.

Enjoy Cadaques, a real gem of a place.

Re: Driving instructions

by Belsaita

yes it's very easy! when you exit the airport you must head North, I'm not sure what is on the signs but look for indications to Autovia de Castelldefels/C-31 to Barcelona
Take the Ronda Litoral to bypass Barcelona and later the highway E15/AP7 to Girona / La Jonquera
Just before Figueres you should leave the highway (road to Roses - Cadaqués)
Have a great trip!

Travel Tips for Cadaqués

Parking in the riverbed

by lichinga

Parking place may be a serious problem, indeed. So, here's an innovative approach (I've seen something similar in Parati, RJ - Brazil, where parks might be left in a low-tide area, provided you know when the sea rises!) in the heart of Cadaques.

Sa Conca. A not so crowded small beach.

by NuriaBCN

If you are in Cadaqués during summer and would like to splash in the water and sunbath for a while there is a quite a small peeble beach ( all the beaches in Cadaques have peebles ) named Sa Conca.

Once you are in the centre of Cadaques at the seafront just go all the way to the left around the coast. ( You can either go walking or by car, it´s not more than 1km. anyway )You´ll be passing beside the "Jane beach"
( which is also small but probably quite crowded during summer )
You´ll find Hotel Jane Petit in front of you, follow the path behind it and keep walking it. If you find a juction always take the path on the left and you will finally end in Sa Conca beach.

The Rocamar hotel is placed there. ( A 3 star hotel ) but even so it is still one of the most quiet beaches of Cadaques during summertime.

It is not as close as the other beaches but it´s certainly worth the walk.
There is a Scuba Diving School in there as well.

Whatever choice you make enjoy this little jewel of the Mediterranean that Cadaques is.

My favorite place of the country where I was born, Catalunya.

Port de la Selva has gorgeous...

by DPando

Port de la Selva has gorgeous and narrow street, with white houses in a excellent bay that comes from Llança or from Roses and on the top of the mountain road to left hand leaving road to Cadaques to right side

EXCURSIONS

by arlequin_g

If you have see all in Cadaqués and you want to see more then you can take some excursions. You can go for instance to the lighthouse in Cap de Creus (Crosses’ Cape). In your journey you see amazing landscapes.

Great costal village

by Lorro

"Cadaques, in the shadow of Dali"

Thanks to Dali this costal village in Catalunya, on the Costa Brava near France is on the map and in the eye of those looking to find a still authentic town but with services for visitors. I would never vacation in a place such as Salou or Benidorm so for me Cadaques is perfect. No it doesnt have expansive sand beaches, more like rocks, but thats what makes it nice. It keeps away the throngs of tourists (the windy mountain road to get there does the same thing) and allows just enough to get in and keep the ecomomy going. I was even surprised to see that the price of a flat there is not much cheaper than in Madrid or Barcelona!
I suppose the reaction people have about the town is similar to mine, Its cute, its nice and I would love to spend some time there in the summer!

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Address: C/Caritat Serinyana, 1, Cadaques, 17488, Spain