the promenade, the 16th century citadel, the Monastery of Santa Maria of Roses, dolmens, the 16th century Mas Palou, the port, the historic laneways. Why not visit the Cap de Creus, Aiguamolls park, or the sites in and around the Alberes mountains. Moreover, if you fancy going on a hike that leaves from Roses, the town offers 6 well-marked and accessible trails that have been integrated into a unique natural environment, between the sea and the mountains.
The main attraction in Roses is its fine sandy beach where you can relax throughout summer. However, Catalonia also offers unique and refined cuisine that would be a real shame to miss out on. The choice of restaurants in this small town is vast, so you will have absolutely no trouble finding something to suit your palate. The beach in Roses is the ideal place to learn a new sport or get into sailing. We recommend you take a boat tour of Cap de Creus. This park is a true gem, displaying unique contrasts when it comes to its nature.
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You may want to hire a car to discover the region and go on some excursions. Several national parks and villages, such as Pals and Begur, are located nearby and the landscapes of 'Alt Empuria' are simply wonderful. Alternatively, one other pleasant option is to go for a bike ride.