Salvador Dalí, the flamboyant pioneer of Surrealism and arguably one of the greatest artists of the 20th century, was born in Figueres on May 11, 1904. Throughout his life and despite having a career that took him all over the world he always returned to the Costa Brava.
The place he made the magic happen.
Enjoy the Catalan counties of Empordà and Gironès, famous internationally for their stunning, unspoiled countryside and delicious, traditional cuisine.
Visit the dreamy Gala’s castle in the charming little village of Púbol and the world famous surrealistic treasure of Dalí’s museum in Figueres. In addition, have pleasant beautiful rides through many of the unique fishing villages and ports along the Costa Brava and the rolling hills and secluded rural houses of the interior.
The daily rides are between 27 to 50km, allowing you some easier days to give you time to visit and enjoy the sights with some more challenging days in-between.
You will be provided with route books, giving you all of the required information about the rides and the area you are in. These include helpful maps and the latest cycling GPS satellite navigation to get you to your destination.