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Considered the pearl of the Costa Brava, Cadaqués is a fishing village located on the eastern side of the Cap de Creus peninsula. Book your parking with Parkimeter and discover its historical core, cultural property of national interest.
Cadaqués is a municipality in the north-east of Spain in the comarca of Alt Empordà in the province of Girona in the region of Catalonia, which is headed by Barcelona. The town is located on the Cap de Creus peninsula in the heart of the Mediterranean Costa Brava. Cadaqués is only 40 kilometres from Cerbère, the first French town, 75 kilometres from Girona and 170 kilometres from Barcelona. It is a very touristy town due to its proximity to the sea and the south of France. It has a year-round population of about 3,000, but this number can rise to 30,000 in the summer with all the tourists who visit. All this population, whether annual or temporary, obviously generates a lot of traffic in a fairly small town, which can complicate parking, as spaces are limited. That's why we are going to share with you in this article our tips and tricks to be able to park in Cadaqués without complication.
The municipality of Cadaqués obviously has on-street parking options throughout the town. Some may even be free but more often on the outskirts of the town or for a very limited time. Parking near the city centre and the main places of interest in Cadaqués is not free. Moreover, parking spaces are limited for the traffic that the town generates and can quickly complicate the search for a parking space.
For the reasons mentioned above, we recommend that you book a public car park in advance on the Parkimeter website or app to avoid stress and enjoy your visit. This way, you can leave your car in a safe place and enjoy the town by walking around to visit the many points of interest in Cadaqués.
Cadaqués is a special town because of its link with art in its history. Many artists have passed through the town, which may have influenced or inspired them. Salvador Dali spent many holidays here during his childhood and Gabriel García Márquez mentions the town in his "Tramontana". Today, the town attracts many tourists every year due to its beauty and authenticity. Being rather isolated, Cadaqués has developed its own character and customs which makes it a particularly pleasant town to visit. In addition to its beautiful beaches and the beautiful Port Alguer the town has many beautiful structures to see, such as the church of Santa Maria.