If you are an art lover, then you should definitely consider booking a ticket to the Watercolour museum of Llanca. It is a public collection of watercolors created in 1989 and its mission is to promote and protect the art of watercolor painting. Currently the Watercolour Museum has 193 watercolors in its collection; the collection gets a little bigger each year as a result of donations and purchases that are made in order to further enhance this sanctuary of watercolor painting.
Enjoy one of the best views of Cap de Creus from the Monastery of Sant Pere de Rodes, one of the most emblematic buildings of Catalan Romanesque architecture. From the 11th to the 14th century it was the main spiritual center of the county of Empúries and is one of the most impressive monuments to visit on the Costa Brava.
In Portlligat, just a few minutes from Cadaqués, the Salvador Dalí house-museum opens its doors for you to discover the artistic and everyday world of the brilliant Catalan painter who spent a large part of his life in this magical corner of the Costa Brava.