The landmark of Cadaqués is the Església de Santa María, Calle Eliseu Meifren, a 16th-century Gothic church with a baroque altar. It is one of the most easterly churches in Spain. It stands in the old section of town, dominating the narrow hilly streets. Hours are not writ in stone. Usually it can be visited daily from 9am to 5pm, but don't count on that.
Museo de Cadaqués, Carrer de Narcis Monturiol 15 (tel. 97-225-88-77), displays rotating art exhibits, most often spinning around the incomparable Dalí. It is open mid-June to September daily 11am to 1:30pm and 4 to 8:30pm, charging 5€ for adults, 3.50€ for students and children.
From this museum it is only a half-hour walk to Casa-Museu Salvador Dalí, in Port Lligat (tel. 97-225-10-15), 3km (2 miles) from the town center along the beach. This was Dalí's summer house where he lived with Gala, his muse and spouse. Famous friends were frequent visitors, including poet Federico García Lorca and the filmmaker Luis Buñuel. This museum forms part of the "Dalí triangle" that includes the Teatre Museu Dalí at Figueres and the castle at Púbol. Only two Dalí works remain in the house, including a lip-shaped sofa and a pop-art miniature of Granada's Alhambra. Overlooking the beach, the fisherman's house has amusing little white chimney pots and two egg-shaped towers. Hours are mid-June to mid-September, daily 9:30am to 9pm. From mid-September to November and mid-March to mid-June, hours are Tuesday to Sunday 10:30am to 6pm. Admission is 10€ for adults or 8€ for children, students, and seniors. Reservations are mandatory to visit the museum.
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