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'I want my museum to be a single block, a labyrinth, a great surrealist object. It will be a totally theatrical museum. The people who come to see it will leave with the sensation of having had a theatrical dream.' Dalí got his wish. The Dalí Theatre-Museum – under which the artist himself lies buried – is one of the most surreal and theatrical museums in the world. This unique museum, decorated with giant eggs and fantastical figures, features the largest collection of works by Salvador Dalí, including exclusive items from his personal collection.
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The Salvador Dalí House-Museum was the home of the Spanish artist and his wife Gala, from 1930-1982. Visitors can see how the couple lived and admire sculptures outside the house. It is located in Portlligat, Catalonia, Spain.
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The Marimurtra Botanical Garden, or Jardí Botànic Marimurtra, is one of Costa Brava's most beautiful gardens. It sits on top of a steep cliff in Blanes, Spain, and offers incredible views of the coast and the twinkling Mediterranean Sea. Visitors can take a walk amongst over 4,000 plant species and enjoy the peace and tranquility.
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Lloret de Mar

Water World

Water World Aquatic Park is a huge park in Lloret de Mar, Spain, with a thrilling variety of water slides, a wave pool, a kids' lagoon, as well as plenty of shady lounge areas. It's the perfect place to spend an unforgettable day with family and friends in Costa Brava.
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Gala Dalí Castle, or the Castle of Púbol, is a medieval castle located in Púbol, Girona, in the region of Catalonia. The castle was famously bought by legendary Surrealist painter Salvador Dalí, as a gift for his wife, Gala, who lived out her twilight years here, and is buried in the castle crypt. During her stay in the castle, she was visited by her husband, but only when he had advance written permission.
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Espai Crater
The Espai Cràter is a multidisciplinary center that showcases information and research about volcanoes, earth science, and its impact on society. The center hosts several buildings on its campus, including the Sala Magma, which holds a variety of cultural and corporate events. Additional buildings include the Aula Bufador, reserved for educational activities, and the Zona Sísmica, designed for work and research in the field of volcanology.
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Girona Cathedral is a magnificent building that is still the seat of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Girona. It's also known as the Cathedral of Saint Mary of Girona and has the widest Gothic nave in the world – impressive stuff! It is located in Girona, Catalonia, Spain.
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Located in the small village of La Escala, Girona, the Solés Anchovy Factory-Museum has been slating anchovies en masse since 1888! This proud family-run factory is open as a visitor centre, where guests will be captivated – hook, line, and sinker – by the art of anchovy-production.
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The Museu del Cinema is a veritable paradise for cinema fans. It offers a range of courses, activities, and exhibitions for people of all ages. The museum is located in Girona, Spain.
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Salvador Dalí House-Museum

Enjoy surreal views of the Portlligat bay from Dalí's former house and studio
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