Salvador Dali art work is not easily categorized, and yet represents some of the most recognizable images in popular culture. One of the most prominent exponents of the Surrealist style, Dali’s pioneering exploration of creativity spilled over into many different art forms, including painting, sculpture, jewelry, photography, installation, holography, writing, performance, and film.
The Dali Museum and Nearby Attractions
We offer some one-day tours that will take you to the Salvador Dali Museum in Figueres and also to his house in Cadaques, along with nearby attractions such as Girona or the Costa Brava.
One of these fascinating tours goes to Girona and Dali Museum in Figueres, and the other one goes to Cadaques and Dali Museum in Figueres. Admission to the museum is included in both tours. You will be overwhelmed by the amazing Salvador Dali artwork that you'll see.
Another possibility is to choose one of the following tours to the area, including private tours to the Dali Museum in Figueres:
Other Dali Art Sites in Spain
Take a short drive through the countryside, and you can visit the Salvador Dali House-Museum in Portlligat. This home in Cadaques was Dali's primary residence from 1930 to 1982, where some of the most important Salvador Dali artwork was created.
Here you can view the intimate details of Dali's life, including Gala's and Dali's bedroom and Dali's art studios. There are some intriguing touches, such as collections of books, cubbyholes, winding stairways and gardens with strange art installations of Salvador Dali artwork.
Another short drive will bring Dali fans to another Salvador Dali home, the House-Museum Gala Dali Castle in Pubol. Visitors can tour the medieval castle and see Dali’s final home and workplace, where he paid homage to his wife and lifelong muse after her death in 1982.