Hotels in Roses
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Agi Gloria Rooms
Roses 226 yd from city centre
Agi Gloria Rooms provides rooms with private balconies in the centre of Roses. In a prime location in the Roses Town Centre...
Roses 936 yd from city centre
Located in Roses, within 100 metres of Playa Rastrell and 200 metres of Playa Salatar, Torre Quimeta offers accommodation...
Casa Del Mar
Roses 1,052 yd from city centre
This small, family-run hotel is located in the Costa Brava resort of Roses, next to the historic site of Ciutadella and 3...
Agi Rescator Resort
Roses 1,739 yd from city centre
The preferred airport for Odalys Residence Don Miguel is Gerona (GRO-Costa Brava) - 54.2 km / 33.7 mi. Distances are calculated...
Inmosantos Apartamentos Daniel
Roses 1.2 mi from city centre
Set in a quiet area, Apartamentos Daniel is 5 minutesâ€™ walk from the beach and 3 km from the centre of Roses. It offers...
Prestige Goya Park
Roses 1,739 yd from city centre
This family-friendly hotel is to be found in a peaceful location about 1.5 km from the city centre. The centre of Roas attracts...
Prestige Coral Platja
Roses 769 yd from city centre
This charming hotel is situated in the tourist centre of Santa Margarita (Roses), directly next to a wonderful sandy beach....
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Roses is set in the beautiful Costa Brava in the north-east of Catalonia. With plenty of stunning beaches and breath-taking mountain scenery, there is lots to love about Roses. Once an ancient Greek colony, Roses is rich with culture and hospitality.
There are many budget hotel options within the town which stretches along the coastline.
Neighbourhoods of Roses
Roses is roughly split into two areas:
- Town: The heart of Roses is the town centre which stretches along the coast and where you will find the majority of hotels, bars, restaurants and even,ing entertainment.
- Beaches: In and around Roses you find many beautiful beaches and coves. La Punta is the most central beach, famed for its soft sand, water sports and crystal-clear waters, it stretches for 500m.
What to see and do in Roses
Roses has plenty available for those who want to explore and embrace the rich and fascinating culture. The Trinity Castle and Visigoth Castrum are fantastic sights to behold, or you could take a day to visit the two stunning nature parks each within 10km of Roses - Cabo de Creus and Marismas del Ampurdán. A bustling Sunday market and plenty of shops also make Roses great for buying local and regional produce.
What to eat in Roses
As a fishing town, Roses truly delivers the freshest seafood on offer. The must-try local delicacy here is Suquet a delicious stew of fresh fish, potatoes and other seasonal vegetables.
Typical events and festivals in Roses
The Festival of Roses is the major summer festival and takes place around mid-August every year. The lively gathering brings together food and drink stalls, traditional competitions and games as well as live concerts and fireworks.
How to move around in Roses
Roses has a bus station with regular routes to and from Barcelona and Figueres. There is also bus operator which services the local area as well as taxi services. Roses’ modest size makes walking a viable option to reach most areas in and around the town.
The climate in Roses
The summer months bring gloriously hot sunshine and very little rain making Roses a perfect destination for summer beach holidays. The weather is mild all year round and sightseeing holidays outside the summer months are sure to be less busy and even cheaper.
More interesting facts about and sights in Roses
Roses was fortified by Charles V at the start of the 16th century to protect the area from attacking ships. Despite the numerous fortifications, the city was plundered at least once by the Admiral of the Ottoman Navy, Barbarossa.Along the length of the boardwalk are ice cream shops and restaurants for those wanting to enjoy seaside proximity: but aside from these typical tourist offerings, Roses maintains its spirit as one of the least known corners of the Spanish coast.