A visit to Dali's house should be a must on any trip to this area even if only for the drive there across the mountains which afford spectacular views of the Bay of Roses.
The house itself is fascinating and very intimate although I would have preferred a little more time to have a look around I can fully appreciate why the "tour" is moved along at a pace. The interior of the house is so small that it would very quickly become uncomfortably crowded. Whilst not a "guided tour" the guide was very knowledgeable, interesting and helpful - not least in repeating the information on each room in three languages!
Once out of the house and into the grounds you are free to wander about and it is easy to see why an artist would want to live in such a place - very idyllic.
Whilst in the area do try to fit in a trip to Cap de Creus - what an amazing landscape!
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