The Cap de Creus is the easternmost point of the Iberian Peninsula, north of the Gulf of Roses. Between land and sea, the “Cap de Creus” is a place of great beauty, endowed with a unique geological setting, structures and outcrops that form a single set in the world. The effect of the Tramuntana winds has caused spectacular forms of erosion. The landscape of the area has been a great source of inspiration for artists, including Salvador Dalí.
The flora and fauna of both the terrestrial and marine life are also spectacular. From the tip of Cape Creus, especially in times of passage, you can see interesting seabirds and marine life, such as dolphins and whales.
Size: 13.843 ha
Distance: 60 km