Cadaques

Cadaques

Croissants and hot cafe con leche on the terraces on the front in winter perhaps?

            Lots of artisan jewellery, 

chic-hippy 

clothes and artist's galleries 

You can walk from Cadaques to Dali's House-Museum at Port Lligat, following the coastal path. His and Gala's house was made up of fisherman's huts bought over time. Book online.

http://www.salvador-dali.org/en_index.html

Cadaques - Puig Ferral 2 hr walk (Itinerari 5)

This leaflet i think is available in English in the area.

This is the only English description i've found of the walk but you can see the map in the catalan pdf address below.

It starts next to the petrol station, in Cadaques, on a narrow street that used to be a livestock trail to Cap de Creus. It is very visible once having crossed the roadway of el Faro, continuing up the mountain on a very narrow trail, with dry rock walls that border it on both sides. Upon reaching the Mas de la Senyora, leaving behind the walls that continued this old trail, the itinerary continues to the left on a dirt path that we will follow until reaching the equestrian centre of Mas Duran. We will pass through the middle of the property and follow the path down that brings us to the Area of Port Lligat.From here, we only have to return to the centre of Cadaqués.

http://www20.gencat.cat/docs/parcsnaturals/Home/Cap%20de%20Creus/Visitans/Equipaments%20i%20itineraris/Itineraris/05_Cadaques.pdf

Cap de Creus (Itinerari 15)

Another walk with an extremely helpful map (not) and marvellous description in catalan! Available in English i'm sure, somewhere, but the only place i've seen it was in the monastery of St Pere de Rodes, which is, anyway, definitely worth a visit, whereas it's usually too hot to do this walk.

http://www20.gencat.cat/docs/parcsnaturals/Home/Cap%20de%20Creus/Visitans/Equipaments%20i%20itineraris/Itineraris/15_Cap%20Creus.pdf