Cadaqués Music Festival

Address:S'Olivar de Sa Conca et alt.. 17488 Cadaqués

Cadaqués Music Festival (celebrated between july and august) has more than 40 years of life in Dalí's village and is one of the most important musical events in the Costa Brava north during the summer. Organized form an eclectic point of view, combining different genres like flamenco, pop, classical music, choral singing and folk, this festival has different scenarios throughout Cadaqués, depending on the features of every concert, including the famous seaside olive garden S'Olivar of Sa Conca and the Baroque church of Santa Maria del Mar.

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Cadaqués Music Festival Photos

Actuación de flamenco durante el Festival Internacional de Música de Cadaqués

Concierto de Julieta Venegas en el Festival de Música de Cadaqués

Comença el concert a s'Oliverar de Sa Conca, Cadaqués

Il y aussi lieu pour la musique classique au Festival International de Musique de Cadaqués

International Music Festival Cadaqués stage, Costa Brava, Spain

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