At the end of Roses bay, you find yourself in the Cap de Creus peninsula, a natural park which is the very essence of the Costa Brava and where the villages of Roses, Cadaqués and Port de la Selva are located.
In the rugged path which runs though these three towns, you’ll find some of the area’s most beautiful coves, which were often frequented by the King of surrealism, Salvador Dalí. In Cadaqués, you’ll find Port Lligat. This is the stunning fishing house in which this artistic genius lived, which has been conserved here and turned into a museum. In Roses lies the incredible Montjoi cove, which contains the gastronomic cathedral of the best chef in the world: Ferran Adrià. Along the road to Port de la Selva, you’ll find the vast lookout point of the steep Cap de Creus, followed by the mediaeval Monastery.