Cap de Creus
Just at the point where the long range of the Pyrenees falls into the Mediterranean Sea appears a rough, wild and tough terrain; almost a lunar landscape. The waters’ colours contrast powerfully with the grey tones of the rocks and make the imagination fly between the toughness of the land and the ductility of the crystalline waters.
A great natural theatre full of optical illusions sculpted by the force of the northern winds turned into an artist of hardness and allied with the waves it raises with its perpetual roar. The endless north winds breaking the silence transform the geological morphology of this enormous nature park, filling us with its magnetism and sharpening our sensitivity.