Towards Cadaqués on the GI-614
Another must on our route towards freedom is the GI-614, the road that connects the Gulf of Roses with Cadaqués, the hometown of Salvador Dalì, the undisputed genius of Surrealism and one of the most influential Spanish artists of the 20th century.
For those who like to eat up the asphalt mile after mile, the GI-614 is an unforgettable roads. Electrifying and daring, perhaps a little narrow at times, this stretch of asphalt weaves through nature, and its dust and rocks, revealing spectacular views turn after turn as we breathe in the scent of broom and the pine and oak forests that surround us.
On reaching the typical white houses of Cadaqués, we allow ourselves a break. After a visit to the
Dalì museum, we get back in the saddle and open the throttle as we head for the Cap de Creus natural park.