Parque natural de Cap de Creus

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Steep roads and paths lead to the Cabo de Creus peninsula, offering some stunning contrasts on the way. The rugged relief is criss-crossed by paths which will take you past sheer cliffs and hidden bays. Down on the seafront, little boats leave from El Port de La Selva and Cadaqués taking visitors out to secluded creeks and inlets of great beauty. A lighthouse, built on the highest point of the park, offers a splendid panoramic view.

Useful information

Address:

17488 Cadaqués

Phone:

+34 972 19 31 91

Our reports

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Hedonistic, noisy, urban – in short touristy, Roses is the other face of Cadaqués. It is however just as appealing, albeit in its own way.
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