"In this privileged place the real and the sublime almost meet. My mystical paradise starts on the plains of the Empordà, surrounded by the Les Alberes hills, and reaches plenitude in Cadaqués Bay. This landscape is my ongoing inspiration."
The Dalinian Triangle is the geometrical figure that would appear on a map of Catalonia if we were to draw a line between the municipalities of Púbol, Portlligat and Figueres. These three localities recount for us the trajectory of an internationally renowned artist who was nevertheless entirely linked to this territory. This space, concentrated in a territory of scarcely 40 square kilometres, contains the elements that make up the Dalinian universe: its museums, landscape, light, architecture, relief, customs, legends, gastronomy, etc., essential for understanding the life and work of Salvador Dalí.
A concept at once tangible and mythical, the Dalinian Triangle allows an exploration of the universe of Dalí and serves as a gateway to a multiple universe of subjective sensations and experiences for those who visit it.