Hotels in Roses
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Agi Gloria Rooms
Roses 206 m from city centre
Located in Roses, a few steps from Platja de la Punta, Agi Gloria Rooms provides a tour desk and free WiFi throughout the...
Agi Rescator Resort
Roses 1.6 km from city centre
The preferred airport for Odalys Residence Don Miguel is Gerona (GRO-Costa Brava) - 54.2 km / 33.7 mi. Distances are calculated...
Roses 179 m from city centre
This guest house is situated in the pedestrian area in the centre of Roses, only 50 m from the beach and the fantastic Roses...
Casa Del Mar
Roses 962 m from city centre
This small, family-run hotel is located in the Costa Brava resort of Roses, next to the historic site of Ciutadella and 3...
Apartaments Bt Port Canigó
Roses 2.8 km from city centre
Port Canigó Apartments is set in the canals area of Roses, 1 km from the town’s beaches. The complex offers a seasonal...
Inmosantos Apartamentos Daniel
Roses 1.9 km from city centre
Set in a quiet area, Apartamentos Daniel is 5 minutesâ€™ walk from the beach and 1.9 mi from the center of Roses. It...
Roses 2 km from city centre
This attractive beach hotel is situated directly next to the inviting beach of Santa Margarida, only 1.5 km from the centre...
Tourism in Roses
They are quiet beaches of fine white sand, and are little visited. In Nova and Perola you can join the route taken by many coastal boats, some of which boast glass bottoms for enjoying the sea floor.
One of the attractions of the region and the one for which it is best-known is the famous restaurant El Bulli, where the famous chef Ferrán Adriá reigns, and which is open to the public only a few months a year.
Because Roses is essentially a small fishing town, albeit one of the most important in Cataluña, it doesnt have much of a nightlife. Its appeal lies in the tranquility it offers the sensation sought by most who visit this port and the beauty of the Mediterranean. In fact, one of the most strikingly attractive scenes of the region is found at this point, with the lighthouse and the panorama of the bay of Roses, and the sea as chief protagonist.
Along the length of the boardwalk are ice cream shops and restaurants for those wanting to enjoy seaside proximity: but aside from these typical tourist offerings, Roses maintains its spirit as one of the least known corners of the Spanish coast.