View of the coast of Roses, which stretches to the southernmost point of the Cap de Creus park, Punta Falconera, considered a natural site of national interest.
UNESCO considers the Bay of Roses to be one of the most beautiful bays in the world.
Thanks to its distinct cape, one can see the whole bay from the sea front, making it a very good military strategic point. Proof of this are the bunkers and trenches built after the Spanish Civil War to protect from an invasion during the Second World War.
During the excursion, we can appreciate the views of Cap Norfeu (a fully protected nature reserve), the Medes Islands and the Montgrí Massif, just on the other side of the bay.
The inland return, surrounded by vineyards that produce an excellent D.O. wine, will show us important points of interest, such as the Creu d´en Cobertella dolmen. Over 3,000 years old, it is considered the largest megalithic dolmen in Catalonia.
Route, departure and timetable
|15-31||16h - 18h - 20h|
|August||1-31||16h - 18h|
|September||1-30||16h - 18h|