Once owned by Salvador Dali’s manager, Captain Moore, Casa del Capitan spent twenty years playing host to some of history’s most famous artists, intellectuals, and free-spirits. Built atop a seaside rockface in a five-acre protected parkland, Casa del Capitan enjoys the utmost privacy without sacrificing any of its scenic views, ocean access, or proximity to nearby town, Cadaques. Even closer, you’ll have walking access to the beaches of Port Lligat, a small fishing village where Dali’s legendary home studio and museum reside.
Designed in the early sixties and renovated in twenty-eighteen, Casa del Capitan merges the architectural styles of fifties-California and colonial Spain to create a modern, simplistic, and comfortable villa that celebrates its beautiful environment. Casa del Capitan’s Main House contains five bedrooms; the other four are stand-alone units with independent access, all connected by Mediterranean patios and stone steps. Interior spaces are decorated with warm terracotta flooring tiles, spacious peaked ceilings, and whitewashed walls that act as a canvas for Casa del Capitan’s eclectic art collection. The villa’s outdoor spaces are peaceful and scenic; decorated with lush Mediterranean greenery and ocean vistas as for as the eye can see.