Cadaques Portlligat Beach attracts more for Salvador Dali’s history, than its real charms, which are nonetheless real. Located at the bottom of a naturally protected cove, Portlligat’s calm waters promote kayaking. Its sand is quite rare and is strewn with pebbles. It is rather a place for contemplation and boating than for lounging or beach sports. Try to visit the Dali house museum, at the end of the beach but you will need a lot of patience because the number of visitors is restricted.
At the bottom of its quiet cove, Portlliga exudes serenity. However, a serenity that contrasts with the rawness of Dali’s paintings.
Only yachts have the right to land directly on the beach.
Motor boats are reduced to rest at anchor. A promenade increases the number of spaces, without spoiling the harmony of the place.
There is less sand on the left side.