How to get
Fourteen kilometres from the centre of Roses, in a practically virgin and wild landscape past Cape Norfeu, we find Cala Jòncols.
With a rocky surface and a steep slope, it is a good place to enjoy a day of snorkelling or scuba diving. It also has a large number of services such as a bar and restaurant area, hammock and boat hire and a parking area. It also has an aquatic platform for children.
It has been awarded the EMAS and ISO 14001 quality labels.
Reference nautical centre
The present-day Roses owes its origin to the Greek colony of Rhode, a founding nucleus that took advantage of the privileged location of this territory.
The bay of Roses is a magnificent setting for water activities, and is home to the fishing port and the important marina. The town's link with fishing is close, and from it derives a rich gastronomic tradition that has led to the emergence of internationally renowned chefs such as Ferran Adrià.
Both in the surroundings and in the town centre of Roses, nature and culture come together with recommended places to visit, such as the Natural Park of Cap de Creus, the Aiguamolls del Empordà, the Visigothic Castrum of Puig Rom or the imposing Citadel of Roses.
Roses has an assorted offer of hotels and rental apartments to enjoy an excellent stay.