North of Cadaqués, the town where Dalí spent long periods during his childhood and youth, a small road leads to Portlligat, that corner where the painter was attracted by the light, the landscape and the isolation of the Cape of Creus that at Early summer is especially enjoyed. Next to the bay stands his house, formed by a set of fishermen’s houses and in whose labyrinthine structure small spaces are chained by narrow steps, small slopes and dead-end roads that house antique furniture, souvenirs and objects related to his artistic activity .