Cadaques is an amazing town, before modern tourists discovered the town it was a sleepy fishing port.  Cadaques sits on the coast on the Cap de Creus peninsula, near Cap de Creus cape, on the Costa Brava of the Mediterranean. You can be there in two and half hour drive from Barcelona. The town was mostly closed in November but we found a hotel that was open perched on the hill side, offering fantastic views of the bay.

Salvador Dalí often visited Cadaqués in his childhood, and later kept a home in Port Lligat, a small village on a bay next to the town.

View of Roses before the descent into Cadaquas


Our hotel room had an interesting bookshelf


View of the bay


A great place to sit and drink a glass of wine


Also here too.


Leaving the hotel to explore the town


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The storm water is getting higher.

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November 2016

The Van Plan

Buy a van, (Or two.) Convert to a motor home then explore the UK and Europe, reaching places on the map other van travellers can not reach while enjoying vanlife in comfort.