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Located in the Costa Brava, the Bay of Roses is considered one of the prettiest in the world. It hosts the municipalities of Roses, L'Escala, Sant Pere Pescador and Castelló d'Empúries, including 45 km of beaches with shallow waters and high quality tourist services. It is ideal for families and watersports.

The scenic heritage of the bay is formed by 3 natural parks: Cap de Creus Natural Park, the Natural Park of the Empordà Wetlands and Montgrí Natural Park.

The Bay's gastronomy is known around the world thanks to Ferran Adrià, considered for several years as the best chef in the world. Today, the bay hosts 2 michelin star awarded restaurants and many other prestigious restaurants, using products of high quality from local agriculture, fishing and cellars of Empordà apellation of origin.

Its climate is typycally mediterranean, with mild winters and warm summers.

Dalí Theater-Museum

Opened in 1974 in Figueres, Dalí Theater-Museum was projected and dessigned by the artist himself. The whole building has a dreamlike, phantasmagoric and surreal atmosphere devised by Salvador Dalí. It hosts artworks of the artist, showing a panoramic vision of his trajectory, with pieces and rooms created specifically for the museum standing out among them.

Greek/Roman ruins of Empúries

The ruins of Empúries are the only archeological site in the Iberian peninsula where remains of the greek civilization and of a roman city can be visited at the same time. It has a monographic museum and offers cultural activities, such as dramatized visits, family workshops, music shows or virtual tours.


In Girona you can travel back 2000 years, thanks to 2 fortified enclosures: "La Força Vella" (roman foundation) and the "Medieval Eixample", the extension of the city walls during 14th and 15th centuries; including a great artistic and monumental heritage.

Its crown jewel is the Jewish Quarter, with astonishing narrow streets, fortified squares, exultant baroque spaces and "Noucentisme" styled buildings (an early 20th century catalan cultural movement organised largely as a reaction against modernism).

One of the most iconic and spectacular images of the city, are the Onyar river houses and its popular bridges, including the one designed by the Eiffel House. 


Besalú is a crossroads and medieval fortress located between two rivers, Fluvià and Capellades.

It used to be the capital of an independent earldom and hosts one of the best preserved historic and artistic medieval ensembles, including churches and monuments from the XII century.

It's also worth mentioning the jewish quarter and the Micvé (ritual bath house), also from the XII century.

Another vestige from the ancient Earldom of Besalú is the XI century stone bridge over Fluvià river, welcoming visitors to the medieval old quarter.


Cadaqués is one of the most beautiful and iconic villages in the Costa Brava. Its geographic isolation until 19th century has preserved Cadaqués fishing village essence, with narrow streets and white houses. It was one of the greatest inspirations of Salvador Dalí, who used to live in Portlligat, where you can visit the Dalí House-Museum. 

Pals & Peratallada

Pals and Peratallada are two medieval villages of great beauty. 

From Pals it is worth mentioning the Tower of the Hours (a circular romanesque tower), the church of Sant Pere and architectural details all around. From the Pedró Viewpoint you can enjoy beautiful views of the Medes Islands, Mt. Montgrí, Mt. Canigó and the Albera Mountains.

Peratallada has a very well preserved fortified center, where you can have a pleasant walk around and travel to the medieval era.

Daily Plan

1st day


Arrival in Roses. Check-in and lunch at the hotel.

After lunch, tour by tourist train to Punta Falconera, part of the Cap de Creus Natural Parc.

Dinner and accommodation.
1st day
2nd day


Breakfast at the hotel. Transfer to Figueres and visit of the Dalí Museum.

Way back to Roses and lunch at the hotel. Visit of the archeological site of Empúries and an anchovy factory in L'Escala, including an anchovy tasting.

Return to Roses. Dinner and accommodation.
2nd day
3rd day


Breakfast at the hotel.

Excursion to Girona in the morning. Guided city tour, visiting the old town, the jewish quarter and the Cathedral. Lunch at a local restaurant.

Visit of Besalú in the afternoon.

Return to Roses, dinner and accommodation at the hotel.
3rd day
4th day


Breakfast at the hotel. Full-day tour of Barcelona.

Panoramic city tour including the visit of the Sagrada Familia. Lunch at a selected restaurant. Free time to take a walk, do some shopping or to visit other parts of the city.

Return to Roses. Dinner and accommodation.
4th day
5th day


Breakfast at the hotel. Boat tour to Cadaqués. Arrival and free time (1h30min).

Journey to Cadaqués can be made by bus

Return to Roses by boat. Lunch at the hotel. Free afternoon in Roses.

Dinner and accommodation.
5th day
6th day


Breakfast at the hotel.

Excursion to Pals and Peratallada in the morning.

Return to Roses and lunch at the hotel.

Visit of the Castle of Peralada (14th century), including cava taste, in the afternoon.

Return to Roses, dinner and accommodation at the hotel.
6th day
7th day


Breakfast in the hotel. Visit of the Roses local market.

Lunch at the hotel.

End of the stay and return home.
7th day


Not included