Blue sea of Cadaqués; a tiny seaman's village of Catalonia. Dalí spent a lot of time there, on his bright long summers. He lived in a nice white house of seamen. The house was full of strange gadgets, and curious artistic pieces.
Cadaqués, Portlligat, are in Cap de Creus (Crosses Cape), in a Catalan region called "Empordà".
Sea waters of Cap de Creus are one of the most transparents waters of the Mediterranean sea. Cadaqués, and its area was some time ago ( It is still a little) a paradise for the artists. Cap de Creus has a lot of little creeks where people can swim and sunbathe in a freely way. Unfortunately, the place has lately overcrowded. But It still preserve its natural beauty and Its freedom's soul.