If you want to immerse yourself in both the work and the life of the surrealist genius, Salvador Dalí, it is not enough to see his work, you also have to know where he lived with whom he was related and what the woman with whom he shared his life, Gala, was like. On this route you can visit the Salvador Dalí Theatre Museum in Figueres, the Dalí House in Portlligat (Cadaqués) and the Gala Dalí Castle in Púbol.
Salvador Dalí Museum-Theatre in Figueres
Described as the largest surrealist object in the world. The Dalí Theatre-Museum was inaugurated in 1974, built on the remains of the old theatre of Figueres, we will find the widest range of works that describe the artistic career of the painter from Amurdan. From his early artistic experiences and his surrealist creations to the works of the last years of his life.
Dalí's house in Port - Lligat
Port Lligat is one of the best-known coves in Cadaqués, especially because Salvador Dalí painted many of his works. Dalí's house has its origins in a group of fishermen's huts. It was here that the artist found peace and inspiration for many of his artistic creations.
Gala Dalí Castle in Púbol
The Gala Dalí Castle in Púbol, open to the public since 1996, allows us to discover a mediaeval building where Salvador Dalí materialised an overflowing creative effort with one person in mind: Gala, and one function, a suitable place for his wife's rest and refuge. The passage of time determined the transformation of this space, between 1982 and 1984, into Salvador Dalí's last workshop and the mausoleum for his muse.