The highest point in Cadaqués
The church of Santa Maria sits on the highest point in Cadaqués. The building has a single nave, a polygonal tower and lateral chapels, and dates from the 13th century. However, due to pirate attacks in the 16th century, it was later reconstructed in the Gothic style. Its artistic jewel in the crown, however, isn't the building but rather the incredible Baroque altarpiece, which features sea-themed iconography and was created with gilded wood. You can also get amazing vistas of the surrounding area from the southern viewing-point.
|Venue name:||Església Santa Maria de Cadaqués|
Portal de Mont, 1