Salvador Dalí's House
Salvador Dalí set up home in a small fisherman's hut in Portlligat in 1930. By 1932, he had turned it into a simple house fashioned out of two huts and a small annexe consisting of an entrance, dining room, living room, workshop and bedroom. Over the coming decades, additional huts were acquired and the structure reformulated. Today, the property remains largely as he left it, rammed full of surrealist artworks and cherished objets d'art. Visitors will note the inclusion of mirrored skylights - installed to allow Dalí to paint feet - and, outside, towers built in clay receptacles with holes in them so that the wind whistled through them. Every room has windows of various shapes and dimensions framing the bay, which was a permanent point of reference in Dalí's work.
Platja Portlligat 17488 Cadaqués Girona Spain