Portlligat House Museum

Girona, Spain

The Portlligat House Museum was Salvador Dalí’s only fixed abode from 1930, the place in which he normally lived and worked up until 1982 when, upon Gala’s death, he took up residence at Púbol Castle. Three different areas can be distinguished in the house: the part where the couple’s private life was lived, on the ground floor and rooms 8 to 13. The studio, rooms 6 and 7, with numerous objects related with artistic activity; and the exterior: room 14, the olive grove (15, 16, 17 and 18) and courtyards 19 and 20, designed for social life and ephemeral creative activity.