The adventure starts in the Eastern Pyrenees at Cap de Creus, a protected natural area that has not been affected by the expansion of tourism along the coast. The Cap de Creus lighthouse, perched on a rocky outpost surrounded by cliffs, offers fascinating vistas over sea and land. At night, two light signals are sent out every 10 seconds to guide boats lost off the coast. This is an ideal place to contemplate the sunrise, a unique, free show right here on our doorstep, and a charming incentive to go off and look for different ways to explore the surrounding area. Bathe in small coves of crystal-clear water, savour seafood gastronomy in the local taverns and restaurants, hike along the old coastal paths, stroll through the picture-postcard towns of Cadaqués and El Port de la Selva, or visit breathtaking Romanesque monasteries such as Sant Pere de Rodes. Some of the greatest 20th-century artists found inspiration here in Cap de Creus, such as the genial Salvador Dalí, whose memory is kept alive in Portlligat House-Museum, Púbol Castle, and Dalí Theatre-Museum in Figueres: three “musts” for visitors to this area.