Although far from Andalusia, Cadaqués is another picturesque white village in Spain, located on the Mediterranean rocky coast. Part of the Cap de Creus Natural Park, the town is accessible only through a narrow road, which is probably why its old charm is still intact. Well known as the place Salvador Dalí visited often and important to his artistic career, it has today a sculpture of the painter in the town center, in front of the sea. The back cobblestone alleys, the stairs going up and down, and the Cuban-inspired houses make the unique charm of this small Mediterranean port town. Walking into the sea, along with the rocky shoreline, you’ll get a spectacular view of the white town and the colorful boats rocking on the beachfront.