The Dalinian Triangle


The Dalinian Triangle is the geometric figure that would appear, on a Catalonia’s map, if we drew a line between the municipalities of Púbol, Portlligat and Figueres. These three locations explain the trajectory of an artist of international projection but totally linked to its territory. This space, concentrated in a 40 km² territory,  contains the elements that builds up the Dalinian universe: its museums, landscapes, lights, architecture, orography, customs, legends, gastronomy… essential to understand the work and Salvador Dalí’s life.

A tangible and mythical concept, the Dalinian Triangle allows us to explore Dalí’s universe and to be a gateway to a multiple universe of sensations and subjective experiences for visitors.

For all those who want to discover the land of the genius Ampurdanés, we invite you to visit his museum in Figueres, his house in Portlligat and his castle in Púbol.

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“In this privileged place the real and the sublime almost touch each other.My mystic paradise begins in the plains of Ampurdán, surrounded by the hills of Les Alberes and finds its fullness in the bay of Cadaqués.This country is my permanent inspiration”.