The cape of Creus is located 7 kilometers from Cadaques within the national park. It is possible to walk there following a marked track which follows the coast. It is also possible to walk or drive along the road. There is a bar and restaurant at the Cape which is open everyday until late (10ish).
Southernmost resort with two botanical gardens, beaches and modernisme buildings
Cadaqués is a small town on the coast of northern Catalonia, Spain. Local roads provide access to Cap de Creus, the easternmost point of the Iberian peninsula, about 6 km away and the conservation area around it. The French border is about 20 km to the north. The town is a highly visited destination in its own right, but it also contains on its outskirts at Port Lligat the summer home built by Salvador Dalí, which since his death has also become a tourist destination. Prior to the explosive growth of beach tourism in Spain, Cadaqués was a sleepy fishing town, and some elements of this past exist to this day.