Dalí Portlligat House Museum

Address:Camino Port Lligat, s/n. 17488 Cadaqués
Price: 11.00 €

In a remarkable seaside setting, visitors can explore the home of Dalí and Gala from 1930 to the 1970s. Originally, it was the site of some old fishermen’s huts which he purchased and remodelled in his own unique manner. The library, private rooms, garden and studio (key to understanding his dreamlike world) are open to the public.

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