Rosas Travel Guide

  • Rosas beach.
    Rosas beach.
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  • Bay of Rosas.
    Bay of Rosas.
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    Sunset on the bay.
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Rosas Things to Do

  • Ampuriabrava

    Empuriabrava (Spanish: Ampuriabrava) is an organization of population of the municipality located in the Gulf of Roses, surrounded by the Natural Park of the Aiguamolls de l'Empordà, and is the largest residential marina in Europe, with some 24 km of navigable waterways.Empuriabrava was originally built on a swamp, and was transformed into a...

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  • Beach

    Rosas has a long coastline, with several beaches. The local Spanish friend we met in Croatia, Irena, was expected to lead us to one of the better beaches. The meeting failed, and we used to beach close to the hotel - St. Margarita. I don't know if it is one of Irena's good or bad beach, but I liked it: not too crowded, warm water, soft sand... and...

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  • Over the hills to Cadaqués. II

    We spent a couple of hours just wandering in the streets in the older part of town just below the church. It's pretty much up and down but there are a few small galleries and clothes shops worth a look. Plus a couple of bars to whet your whistle and spend some time people watching.

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Rosas Hotels

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  • Monterrey

    Passeig Maritim 72-75, Rosas, 17480, es

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

  • Prestige Coral Platja

    Av de Rhoda 28, Roses, 17480, Spain

    Satisfaction: Average

    Good for: Families

    Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

  • Marina

    Avinguda De Rhodes 81, Rosas, 17480, es

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

Rosas Restaurants

  • One more meal

    Good location, regular food, nice service, reasonable price. One more restaurant, one more meal, nothing to remember nor complaint

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  • Gastromania

    El Bulli was everything I had read about, hoped for, and more. This was a true dining experience that can't quite be summed up in words b/c I don't feel like typing that much right now, but it was simply AMAZING. This is a sampling of the menu I had when we went:gin fizzspherical olivesgolden nuggetsgoat cheese "mercedes"beetroot and yoghurt...

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Rosas Transportation

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    Take the ferry

    by jorgejuansanchez Written Apr 7, 2015

    There were several companies offering tours to Islas Medas or to Cadaques and the Cabo Creus. I took this one excursion because I wanted to go back to Cadaques.

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Rosas Off The Beaten Path

  • The unfinished tower

    Near Rosas I passed a small town with a nice square, where old walls surrounded a church with an unfinished tower. I couldn't retain the place's name - Ulla... I presume.

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  • Prehistoric sites, Rosas.III

    Various menhir can be found on the hillsides around the dolmen sites, also dating back to 2500-3000 BC. The round stone building, known as the Casa Cremada has given its name to the area and also to one of the menhir. There are 6 or 7 to be seen spread out over quite a big area. A couple here haven't even been given a name.

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  • Prehistoric sites, Rosas.II

    There is a second way up from the other side of the hill which takes you close to "Creu d'en Cobertella" the largest and most famous of the dolmens here. But once again it is much easier with a vehicule. Follow the signs up to the Carretera Montjol and just follow this. At one point on your left in the middle of a bend there is a sign and a trail....

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