Photo | Jordi Puig
Text | Cristina Masanés
Design | Sabina Monza

Cadaqués was explored by writers and painters in the 1920s and rediscovered by travelling bohemians in the 1960s. This fishermen’s town, surrounded by a unique geological landscape, has become a small republic of the arts. It is no coincidence that creative artists such as Duchamp, Dalí or Richard Hamilton turned it into their regular, cosy and discrete retreat.

Ed. Triangle Postals, 2004