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Simon Griffiths reports on a challenging and scenic swim along Spain’s Costa Brava

Cap de Creus is mainland Spain’s most easterly point and the starting place for Marnaton’s beautiful Cadaqués swim. Heading south from the Cap, before you reach the picturesque natural harbour of Cadaqués, you pass Port Lligat, where Salvador Dalí lived for 50 years. Making the most of his easterly location, Dalí installed a mirror in his bedroom angled so that the rising sun would be reflected into his bed, so he could claim to be the first person in Spain to see the rising sun each day.

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Autumn is a pretty special time for outdoor swimmers. Summer’s warmth still lingers and, whether you swim in a wetsuit or skins, a decent swim is possible. Our November issue is packed full of awesome features to inspire your swimming adventures. Tune up your stroke in preparation for winter training; eight of the top winter swimming events to enter now; winter pre- and post-swim gear review; plus, nutrition, technique, events, destinations, interviews and more of your stunning photography and swim stories.