Cap de Creus
Coast: Cap de Creus and Cadaques
The red earth is covered with olive trees and evergreen Macchia. The rough sea and the surrounding mountains create a special microclimate that sets the peninsula apart in terms of its plant diversity and geological beauty. Salvador Dali lived and worked here and immortalised the land in his paintings. Walking along one of the peninsula’s secluded coves can feel like exploring a scene in one of Dali’s beautifully eerie canvases.
The true Cape de Creus magic, however, is best revealed from the sea. A trip in a kayak takes you along the rocky cliffs to coves and beaches inaccessible by foot. For an unforgettable underwater experience, board our catamaran “Panasha” and explore the clear marine waters of the Medas Island National Park. The isolated park hosts some of the best diving and snorkelling grounds in the world.
The Sant Aniol valley and the Cap de Creus peninsula offer a vast range of possible activities such as canyoning, water trekking, rock climbing, abseiling, via ferrata, horse riding, mountain biking, sailing, snorkelling, diving, and sea kayaking.
Accommodation depends on the chosen course and ranges from a comfortable bed in our catamaran, to a night in our cosy little hotel in the fishing village Cadaques, a bed close to Earth in our native-American tipi, or a sleeping bag stretched out under a starlit night sky.