3 Days In Cadaqués
If you’ve been following the progress of our latest Cadaqués collection, you’ll be familiar with our love of the Spanish seaside town that inspired our second spring/summer range. It’s rich culture, beautiful coastline and vibrant artistic scene has captured our hearts and took a sought-after spot in our designs!
And since this wonderful coastal town has a lot to offer, we’d like to show you what you can do when you visit and what to wear! Our day by day plan will allow you to immerse yourself in Spanish culture, while still looking holiday ready. Plus, all our outfits are from the exclusive collection!
So, what are you waiting for? It’s time to pack your bags for Cadaqués!
If you’re an avid art or history fan, you’ll want to spend your first day visiting the most famous part of town: Salvador Dalí’s house in Port Lligat. Located near the peaceful Mediterranean Sea, Dalí lived here for over five decades. It’s a must-see, but be prepared for long queues in high season!
Show off your unique sense of style by wearing our sleeveless skater dress. Breathable in the warm weather, the lightweight cotton material is apt for the sultry climate and won’t crease in your suitcase!
On your first evening, head out to the seafront to catch the sunset and sample some exquisite Italian food. It serves Catalan cuisine too, but we recommend the thin crust pizzas – they’re the locals favourite!
Choose our lace dress to make you magical evening even more special. Despite the relaxed fit, this tunic dress fits the formal dress code, with an intricate floral lace print adding a luxury finish.
Although the old town may be small, you won’t be lost for things to do and see! So, why not spend your second day ambling through the cobbled streets, taking photographs of the beautiful whitewashed houses, colourful flower pots and the towering cathedral.
Make sure you stay comfortable by choosing our striped top and jeans look. With the perfect blend of summery hues and classic shapes, it’s one to wear for the plane journey back too.
Then in the evening, tick ‘become a local’ off your to-do list by stopping off at the Chiringuita Marítim. It’s rumoured that Dalí used to dine at this beach-located bar frequently, which is reason enough to stop in for a cerveza…or two.
When compiling your evening outfit, go for a piece that’ll make you stand out from the crowd. In a relaxed fit, our tunic dress is the answer to all your suitcase-nightmares. Bright, bold and retro-inspired, all it needs is a jacket to mask the sea breeze.
It’s not a Mediterranean getaway without a beach or two. Spend your final day in Cadaqués devouring a tapas-themed picnic on the Playa Grande beach. The Costa Brava is famed for its wine region, so grab a bottle from a local supermercardo or wine bar and bask in the glorious sunshine.
Avoid getting sand in uncomfortable places by opting for a dress that has holes in it! Our broderie dress features vintage buttons that run down the centre and a pure cotton fabric; it’s a holiday essential.
Viewed as the finest place to dine in Cadaqués, the seafood restaurant, Compartir, offers a special experience for your final evening. Rifle through the extensive menu and remember to book in advance to land a spot on the leafy terrace.
Since it’s your final evening, you’ll need the perfect outfit. And with an overlapping hemline and a mirrored floral print, this tunic dress is nothing short of outstanding. Team with heels, a clutch bag and dangle earrings.