Things to see and do - Roses
Roses Travel guide
Roses : Michelin's recommendations
It was here, to the southeast of the steep Cape Creus peninsula, that sailors from Rhodes founded the colony of the same name in the 8C BC. A magnificent natural port, Roses is home to the largest fishing fleet in northern Catalonia. In addition to its many vestiges of the past, the town is also an important tourist resort with a wide choice of hotels, restaurants and leisure facilities.
Tourist attractions Roses : Things to see and do
av. e Rhode, s/n E - 17480 Roses
The Renaissance citadel was built in the 16C on the order of Charles V, who feared a Turkish invasion. The monumental Porta de Mar , in the Renaissance style, with its ornamental pilasters and frieze with plant decorations, is the main entrance to ..
E - 17480 Roses
The remains of this 11C church are inside the citadel. The best preserved part is the fine Lombard-style chevet. In one of the apses, remains of an early Christian church have been found.
Plaça Catalunya, 2 E - 17480 Roses
This holiday hotel is located in the picturesque resort of Roses, only 30 metres from the beach and the beautiful bay. La Carabela boasts a central location in the Catalan resort of Roses, making it ideal for a stay in this beautiful Costa Brava res..
Avinguda de Rhodes, 81 E - 17480 Roses
Prix Prices from : 57 €
Hotel Marina is located in the centre of Roses, on the seafront. It offers free access to the gym and the rooftop swimming pool with hydromassage jets, open in summer. There is a piano lounge where guests can enjoy live music and a bar with a terrac..
Doctor Ferran, 7 E - 17480 Roses
Prix Prices from : 40 €
The family-run Hotel Montmar is located near the centre of Roses, just 300 metres from the beach. Its rooms have free Wi-Fi, air-conditioning and plasma-screen TVs. Hotel Montmar’s rooms are decorated with tiled floors. Most have their own balcony a..
av. de Rhode 185 E - 17480 Roses
av. Rhode 32 E - 17480 Roses
Cosconilles 47 E - 17480 Roses
The Flor de Lis occupies a beautiful old stone house. It has two rustically inspired dining rooms with vaulted ceilings and tables arranged in welcoming and cosy corners. The à la carte menu is faithful to French culinary tradition.
Pescadors 17 E - 17480 Roses
Die Insel is run by its owner-chef - a German who settled in the area a number of years ago. The traditional and international menu features dishes as diverse as: veal tartare on a potato pancake with caviar and sea bass baked in a salt crust.
passeig Marítim 72 E - 17480 Roses
av. de Rhode 153 E - 17480 Roses