Small fishing village, where we can find from fine sandy beaches to pebble beaches, but they all have the crystal clear waters that characterize the coast of Cap de Creus in common, perfect for any maritime activity.
With an excellent seabed, transparent waters that invite you to swim over a sandy bottom and rocky sides that invite underwater exploration, even with simple diving goggles.
It's a small cove, about 15 meters, mainly composed of pebbles, although with some small sandy areas. It is located in a deep bay.
CAP DE CREUS
Cap de Creus is the easternmost point of the Iberian Peninsula, at an elevation of 67.20 m, it rises above the Mediterranean Sea. The tramontana wind has caused the appearance of capricious erosion forms and has transformed the landscape in a very special way.
It is known for having been the place of residence of Salvador Dalí. The main entrance to the cove is through Sa Farnera, you can also access through the small passage between the island of Portlligat and the coast, Ses Buquelles, but this passage is NOT SUITABLE FOR BOATS.
This town has gone down in history as the home and muse of Dalí. Its beaches and natural charm inspired much of the work of the eccentric Catalan artist. The Platja Gran de Cadaqués is the most central beach in the town, and the one that offers the most services to bathers.
Virgin cove, formed by pebbles and small rocks, ideal for lovers of diving and / or snorkeling, as you can easily find: seahorses, red corals, cod, eels, dragon fish ... etc.
It is part of the Natural Park of Cap de Creus and is an area under comprehensive, terrestrial and marine protection, for the natural wealth of the place and the underwater environment. It has large cliffs and a large number of small caves around it.
Protected from the storm by the Cap Norfeu, it is a narrow beach of dark and coarse sand, not too wide, the entrance to the sea has a fairly steep slope.
It is a crescent-shaped cove, quite closed, which gives it calm waters, without much waves or wind, being surrounded by Pyrenean mountains. In its depths you can find a small sunken boat.
One of the most beautiful bays where you can practice sailing, windsurfing, kitesurfing, miles of coastline with pristine coves, long beaches and ports perfectly equipped to enjoy the pleasure of sailing, marine reserves and natural parks within walking distance of Roses.
Nicknamed the "Spanish Venice", it is a small cultural and atypical jewel. With more than 25 kilometers of navigable canals across the city.
ATTENTION !! Only residents of Empuriabrava are allowed to enter the canals.