Paratge de Tudela – Cadaqués
Without doubt one of the most spectacular spots on the Costa Brava. In the northern part of Cap de Creus Natural Park, Tudela is a site of very important geological interest, full of rocks eroded for millions of years by water and the Tramontane wind. With a little imagination, these deformations can take the form of a camel, an eagle, a rabbit, an elephant, etc. Some of Salvador Dalí’s most famous paintings were inspired by the rocks of this place. In the 1960s a tourist complex was built here, which has since been torn down to recover the natural landscape.
Paratge de Tudela. Karel Noppe, Arxiu Imatges PTCBG.