The Cadaqués Free Tour won’t be operating until further notice.
Cadaqués Free Tour
Visit, perhaps, the most beautiful village in the world with the help of our 100% local guide: white houses, cobbled streets, history, hippies, Dalí and more!
Duration: 1,5 hours
We will first visit one of the most emblematic buildings in Cadaqués, the Casino. It’s a very authentic place, where local people usually meet and chat. We will continue along the main promenade until reaching a small square where, for some centuries, they have been producing and selling some typical sweets that are unique in the world. They are delicious!
From this point we will continue to the historical center of Cadaqués. Narrow streets, white houses and blue windows: it’s a dream place! After a short walk we will reach the Church of Santa Maria, which crowns the village. We will take a short break to admire the panoramic views and get some air. We will then go down slowly and we will pass by the neighborhood of Port d’Alguerthat, one of the favourite places of Salvador Dalí.
We will return back to the starting point along the Passeig Marítim and we will reach the Casa Blava, a modernist mansion on the seafront, valued at more than €4 milion. We will end up near there, in a small cove, to say goodbye while enjoying the best views of the village.
Highlights of the Cadaqués Free Tour
First Free Tour in Cadaqués!
Stroll through one of the most beautiful towns in the world
Get to know its history by the hand of a 100% local guide
Marvel with the dense pirate, bohemian and hippie past
Discover what Dalí, and many other artists, had with this town
What we’ll see in the Cadaqués Free Tour
Church of Santa Maria
Port d’Alguer & Es Poal beaches
Meeting Point: Salvador Dalí statue, Frederic Rahola Square.
In front of the sea, between the bars Boira & Marítim.
Frequently Asked Questions
How can your tours be free?
Our Free Tours are based on tips only! Part of this will go to cover marketing and operational expenses. In this way we achieve great quality in the tours, immense guest satisfaction and that we also make sure that, regardless of the budget, everyone can enjoy Girona as much as we do.
When does the tour run?
The Cadaqués Free Tour runs, in Spanish, on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, at 10:30 am.
How long is the tour?
The Cadaqués Free Tour lasts for approximately one hour and a half, but it can be a little longer depending on the rhythm of the group.
Where does the tour end?
The Cadaqués Free Tour is a circular tour. It finishes where it starts: at the Salvador Dalí statue.
Does the tour operate if it rains?
No! The Cadaqués Free Tour is cancelled in case of rain.
Is it suitable for people with reduced mobility or babies in a stroller?
Unfortunately, not. The Cadaqués Free Tour takes place in a steep environment, with some steps, so it is not recommended for these groups.
We're a big group. Can we still join?
We always try not to leave anyone out but, sometimes with large groups, it is difficult to organize the tour and the guides. We always ask that, if you are a group of more than 10 people, you contact us by mail or WhatsApp and we will see how we can solve it.
Interested in a Private Tour?
If you want more flexibility and a dedicated guide for you and your group, you can book this tour as a private tour totally in English.
This way we can start at the day and time that suits you and have a much more personal experience. This is also a good option for groups of more than 10 people who cannot join our Free Tours together. Send us a WhatsApp or an email and we will answer you right away.