The main thing to see in the capital of Catalonia's wild hilly Upper Ampurdan area is, naturally, Dali's famed Museum. Otherwise the main attraction in this small, neat, but rather bland Gallic-looking town (it's situated just half an hour from the French border) is sipping a vino tinto, or perhaps even a Suze, in one of its friendly terrace cafes and watching the world go by.
Trains and buses run regularly north across the Pyrenees to Perpignan and beyond in neighboring France as well as south to key Catalan cities such as Girona and Barcelona. Buses also regularly serve the nearby coastal towns of Cadaques and Rosas.
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