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Salvador Dali Museum, Figueres and Cadaques Small Group Day Trip from Barcelona

  • Explore all things Dali on a Figueres and Costa Brava day trip from Barcelona
  • Discover Dali’s art and retreats with ease and a guide for added insight
  • Visit Figueres’ Dali Museum and seaside towns and houses the artist loved
Salvador Dali Museum, Figueres and Cadaques Small Group Day Trip from Barcelona
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Salvador Dali Museum, Figueres and Cadaques Small Group Day Trip from Barcelona
Without a hire car, setting off from Barcelona to experience the art and Costa Brava haunts of Salvador Dali in a day is near-impossible. Designed for Dali fans with only a day to spare, this small-group tour covers the sights to save you time and hassle. Travel to Figueres to visit its Dali Museum, and check out Dali’s favorite coastal towns and retreats as a guide provides background and insight.
What to Expect
Depart central Barcelona by climate-controlled minivan and travel to Figueres as your guide sheds light on the artist’s life. Bring swimming gear if you fancy visiting a beach during your tour.

See where Dali was born in 1904, and bypass the lines at Figueres’ Dalí Theatre-Museum to explore inside. Admire the Dali artworks at leisure, including his Mae West Room, and then continue as below depending on the season.

Winter: Cadaques-Port Lligat (1 September-30 June):
After lunch (own expense) at seaside Cadaques, explore Dali’s house-turned-museum at Port Lligat, and see Cap de Creus before returning to Barcelona.

Summer: Pubol Castle-Palamos (1 July-31August):
Travel to Pubol Castle, where Dali lived, and explore the Gala Dali House-Museum. Following lunch (own expense), continue to Palamos to see the house of Dali’s friend, muralist Josep Maria Sert, before concluding in Barcelona.

Please note: the Salvador Dali's Port Lligat house is closed on select dates. On these days, guests will just see the house exterior.
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Reviewed today
Dali Dali Dali - perfectly organised and entertaining exhibition, do not miss!!!

Been a few times with several guests and friends and never disappointed! Well organised, beautifully arranged, not too long but totally entertaining for 1-2 hours. The art of Dali is perfectly showed, explained and displayed. Please do spend the extra few cents for interactive pieced,...More

Thank ivkadol
Reviewed 4 days ago
Salvador Dali tour

The day trip from Barcelona was excellent. The museum was a great experiece showing Dali’s creations. His jewellery was fabulous. The tour of his creative home was a good insite to his life.

Thank Bill O
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
My favorite museum ever! Cosmic Vibes all-around ^^

Treat to the eyes and to the soul is this place! A great museum to see the most famous surrealist artist, ever! Salvador Dali’s paintings are so interesting that each of them shows you a meaning and different symbols! I strongly recommend this wonderful art...More

Thank GT24I
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I was in awe of DALI and his artworks. The museum used to be a theater before it was converted into a muesum. The asthetics of the place are incredible. Like nothing you have ever seen. Everywhere you turn there is something that catches your...More

1  Thank bree_jeet
Reviewed 28 May 2018
One Dalí sellection to watch

The imaginarium of the artist that was born the same day as me.. a surrealism that I understood always very well, very logic in the ilogic visual trends of the time he lived

Thank Mireia B
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8 July 2018|
Response from Carol M | Reviewed this property |
The cost of the tour does not include the price of admission into the house, but the tour guide reserves space for those on the tour who are interested, so you shouldn’t get there only to find that they are sold out...and... More
Rod E
2 May 2018|
Response from Carol M | Reviewed this property |
We left the Plaza Catalunya at 8:30am and returned at 7:30pm—long day but SO worth it!!