Cadaqués is a sleepy fishing village located on a peninsula on the northen part of the Mediterranean Costa Brava. Situated a short drive from the France border this peninsula is ideal for anyone who wants a taste of Spanish life without having to drive into the heart of the country.

With the peninsula being small we opted for accommodation outside of the area, we stayed at for 5 nights. This is a larger resort with a range of good facilities, we chose a bungalow to stay in for ease and we really liked it.

Roses is the closest town to the peninsula, its a large town and quite modern with plenty of great places to eat. From Roses you drive into the Peninsula and can choose to visit Cadaqués or El Port de la Selva. We didn’t visit the latter but thoroughly enjoyed our time at Cadaqués. With Cadaqués being a very isolated town its is quite small with limited parking. It’s best to park in either of the two car parks as you first enter the town. One is called Parking Sada and the other is located just behind it. From here it’s a short 10 minute walk along the streets to the fishing port. 

Cadaqués has great views to enjoy especially from the fishing port, as well as fresh sea food places to eat. 

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