The Salvador Dali Triangle

You’ve heard of the Bermuda Triangle? I put to you that the Salvador Dali Triangle is way more weird than that!

IMG_1491The Triangle includes Figueres, Dali’s birthplace and the location of the Teatre-Museu Dali, a confounding building to move around – let alone understand many of the works within;





Portlligat, a tiny fishing village where he lived and painted for nearly 50 years (and boasted that he was the first person to see the dawn each day in Spain, without having to get out of bed – he used a carefully angled mirror);












and the Castell de Pubol, northeast of Girona, where IMG_1506his wife and muse Gala spent her last
years and now lies in a crypt surrounded by giraffe-legged elephants (as one does).