Restaurant at the end of the world where the views seemingly go on forever
This is place was virtually a must-include, because if you can get to 'the end of the world' in less than two hours by car, you absolutely should go at least once in your life. Twenty-five years ago, a British biologist fell in love with this former Civil Guard barracks, and set up a restaurant along with a few bedrooms to rent. Over the years, it's gained a mythical standing, thanks in large part to its New Year's Eve parties and because if you go there at the height of winter, you can battle it out with the 'tramuntana' wind. Some people say that the premises, which have a clear bohemian vibe, need to be done up and that in high season the queues to get served are long. But we don't really think either of these things are a real problem because just by getting there, sitting down and looking into the far-off distance, it's worth planning a day trip one Tuesday in February. Although don't forget to wrap up warm.
|Venue name:||Restaurant del Cap de Creus|
Far del Cap de Creus. Cadaqués 17488
|Opening hours:||Sun-Thu 10am-11pm; Fri-Sat 10am-midnight|
|Transport:||To get there by car: take the AP-7 motorway, direction Barcelona-France, and go off at exit 4 in the direction of Roses. Before going into Roses, take the road to Cadaqués. From there follow the road from Port Lligat and then the signposted track all the way to the lighthouse ('Far').|