Hotel Tarongeta

Sant Vicenc S/N, Cadaques, 17488, Spain
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Help. Recommendation on Venue...

by juribe

Hello! I would like to get married in Cadaques, Spain in May 2010. Does anyone have a recommended place to have the ceremony other than the local church? Thank you!

Re: Help. Recommendation on Venue...

by Belsaita

Hi and welcome to VT. Congratulations, but please asnwer first two questions:
- Do you want a real wedding (instead of just a blessing)?
- Are you Spanish nationals (at least one of you)?

If you want a real wedding and you are not Spanish, I'm afraid there is no point on recommending any venue, you have no time to organize all paperwork before May.

Re: Help. Recommendation on Venue...

by juribe

Thanks for your reply. We are not Spanish nationals. I think we are going to go to a civil court in the US and then bring our pastor for a spiritual ceremony so we don't have to deal with all the Spanish paperwork.

We are thinking of getting married at a hotel venue maybe Hotel Playa Sol or Hotel Rocamar. Are there any gardens or historical sites you could suggest? Or perhaps another option? Gracias and un abrazo de Seattle!

Re: Help. Recommendation on Venue...

by Belsaita

Definitley you will save lots of money and hassle!
I can't help you about specific places. My last visit to Cadaqués was too long ago (I've to fix that!). Hopefully others may help you better.

Travel Tips for Cadaqués

Gorgeous little town!

by navypinstripes

We almost passed up the short trip from Figueres to Cadaques and we're so glad we didn't! The drive to Cadaques through the mountains is breathtaking all by itself. Once you arrive, you won't be disappointed with this beautiful little fishing town. We only stayed a few hours to walk around town and have a jar or sangria on the shore, but we definitely enjoyed our little day excursion. The scenery is really the selling point of Cadaques. There isn't a lot else to do, but could easily be part of a day trip to Figueres or other towns along the Costa Brava.

Take an inflatable dingy out on the water &explore

by cat-alunya

One of the best things I did while staying in Cadaques was rent a boat. We waited days for the wind to calm before we were allowed to take one out, and not knowing what to expect, thought at least it would look like a Florida style rental- medium sized, with a ladder to crawl up to the steering wheel.
But, when the time came, we waded out through the waves and jumped into a small dingy...almost like a lifeboat. It had a small motor on the back that was also the steering unit and seated 4 of us comfortably.
We headed out and followed the coast until we were so far out and on the opposite side of the mountains that we decided to pull over. While boating towards a small island close to land, I noticed a strange shape perched on a large rock in the sea at least a mile from land. As we came closer, we realized it was indeed a naked man who had swam out and was enjoying a breaather. He jumped back in and swam to shore soon after I snapped some secret shots of him. We then headed into a secluded alley of rocks and deep blue water, tied up the liferaft and jmped into.
It felt as if no one existed. The world was empty. No sounds but the water and our laughter. It was incredihble...and the water ofcourse, crystal clear.
Ride back was a bit bumpy on the dingy as a storm picked up- but worth it even if we sunk the dingy and had to swim to shore.


by arlequin_g

Walk along the street that goes along the small coves. You’ll see the fishermen’s boats by the sea. In the middle of your way you’ll get to Plaça Rahola (Rahola square) where you’ll find some shops to buy some souvenirs and also some bars if you want to have a drink, an icecream...

How to arrive to port de la Selva

by DPando

How to arrive

There are many options:

One could be arrive to Barcelona and take the bus in North Station with destination to Port de la Selva

Other, take the train to Figueres and a bus there to your destination

rent a car in barcelona airport or sants Station and first of all take the 'rondes' to go out of Barcelona and follow direction france and Girona until Figueres. Where you must leave the motorway and follow direction Llança, the town next to Port de la Selva


by jhoolko

"Let's go to France"

Our trip to Cadaques was one of those trips that everyone thinks of when they think of student travel in Europe. It was an unbooked weekend, a rarity in our four month stay in Spain, and someone wanted to go to France, just to be able to say they had been to France. We pulled out a map, and decided that France was not that far away from Barcelona. So we went to France. We stopped for the first night in Cadaques, knowing nothing about the little town besides that Dali was born there and it was "romantic." After taking a train to Figueres, we met up with another travelling student from England, by chance, who was going to Cadaques to see what had become of his favorite childhood vacation spot. Then My four friends and our new travelling buddy bussed our way into Cadaques.


We arrived in town at about 11pm to find nearly nothing. It was very cold, not the ideal time of year to visit a small fishing town high on the Costa Brava. Somehow we stumbled our way into town and found a sign that read hostal. No rooms available, she said, but there were apartments. We got a two bedroom apartment with linens and towels and a full kitchen and balcony for 90 euros and moved in. Then it was time for dinner...


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 Hotel Tarongeta

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Address: Sant Vicenc S/N, Cadaques, 17488, Spain