Set in 30,000m2 of beautiful grounds, this magnificent property enjoys panoramic views of the pretty bay of Guiola with its crystalline waters, protected anchorage and secluded coves. With an authentically understated ‘Cadaquesenc’ style, the house features 7 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, 2 large lounges and all the modern conveniences you would expect of properties in this category.
The house’s huge, verdant garden is a wonderful luxury in this part of the Costa Brava, with every corner meticulously maintained. Pride of place is afforded to the large, octagonal swimming pool and surrounding terrace, while the grounds themselves stretch right down to Guiola, where the property has a gated entrance directly onto the beach.
Almost universally accepted as the prettiest village in the whole Costa Brava, Cadaqués is inexorably linked with art, and in particular the surrealist painter Salvador Dali, who lived and worked here during much of his life. The village was isolated until the beginning of the last century, cut off from the rest of the Emporda by the coastal mountain range, making the boat the principal means of entering or leaving the village. As a consequence Cadaqués has an island feeling, consciously set apart from the rest of the world, and with a laid back, bohemian lifestyle.
The peninsula of Cap de Creus was declared a natural park in the late 1980s, and is the only one in Catalonia to include both land and sea within its boundaries. The most easterly point in the Iberian Peninsula, it’s also a spectacular place to watch the sun rise in the morning. Fans of Dali may well recognise the landscape as the setting for many of the artist’s most famous works.
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