Vanuit onze nieuwe basis Rosas ontdekt u de charme van de Costa Brava. Een top zeilbestemming met 3 nationale parken, meer dan 200 kilometer kustlijn en 17 jachthavens. Vissersdorpjes en mondaine kustplaatsen wisselen elkaar af. Aan de voet van de Pyreneeën geniet u van de talloze, tussen riffen verborgen ‘calas’. Vergeet u niet Cadaqués en het nationaal park Cabo de Creus te bezoeken. Of, zuidelijk richting Barcelona, de Maresme kust met haar lange, witte zandstranden.
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De voormalige Griekse kolonie Rosas is gelegen aan de Costa Brava. Rosas is niet alleen bekend als vissersplaats maar het is ook een toeristische trekpleister. Vissersdorpjes en badplaatsen wisselen elkaar af langs de kust. De kust heeft vele stranden en inhammen. Bezoekers kunnen genieten van een variëteit aan watersporten maar ook een wandeling in het Cap de Creus Nationaal Park behoort tot de mogelijkheden.
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Europe/Madrid time zone. Standard UTC/Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) +1. Daylight saving time UTC/GMT +2.
In Europe, daylight saving time begins on the last Sunday in March and ends on the last Sunday in October.
Currency: Euro (€)
Credit Cards: Visa, MasterCard, American Express are usually accepted
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Traveler’s Checks: No
April-September, Mon.-Fri. 0900-14:00 hours.
October-March, Mon.-Fri. 0900-1400 hours and Sat. 0900-13:30 hours.
No special precautions or vaccinations are required.
For a medical emergency or other emergency, dial the Spanish emergency services at 112. Pharmacies, called farmacias, have large red or green crosses on their signs.
Use sunscreen with a high SPF and drink plenty of water. The local tap water is safe for drinking, bathing and dishwashing.
De warmste maand is juli, de koelste maand is januari. De meeste regenval is te verwachten in oktober. De luchtvochtigheid is het gehele jaar door ongeveer 70%.
Roses – Cadaqués – Cap de Creus – Golfe de León
Leave Roses and sail Southeast. After Almadrava beach, you’ll sail along the rocky coas. In front of Falconera point, sail East to Norfeu cape. From there, you’re sailing with the natural reserve of Cabo Creus.
After Norfeu cape, follow the coast and enter in the bay of Joncols, where you will find the beautiful cala Joncols, a creek with crystal clear waters where you can moor. There you’ll find a restaurant in the hotel del Chirinquito. The hotel offers a water taxi service (VHF = channel 13).
After lunch, relax and swim. In the middle of the afternoon, leave Cala Joncols and sail southeast and then northeast towards the bay of Cadaquès.
From your mooring in the bay, admire this beautiful village at sunset. There’s also a taxi-boat service (VHF = channel 9).
After your night in the bay of Cadaquès, set sails early in the morning to Cabo de Creus. Cabo de Creus is the northern point of the Iberian Peninsula and is famous for its pristine waters and its spectacular creeks (La Guillola, Cala Culip, Cala Galladera,…).
After Cabo de Creus, explore some of these beautiful calas, and sail back (Southwest) to Cape Norfeu.
Then sail Northeast to Cala Montjoi where the famous chef Ferran Adria had his renowned restaurant « El Bulli ». It is said that it could reopen soon.
After a last swim, sail to back to the bay of Roses.
Sailing distances (approx.):
Port Roses – Cala Jóncols 6,0 nautical miles
Cala Jóncols – Cadaqués 3,5 nautical miles
Cadaqués – Cap de Creus 3,0 nautical miles
Cap de Creus – Cala Monjoi 8,0 nautical miles
Cala Monjoi – Port Roses 4,5 nautical miles
Rosas – Begur – Palamos – Blanes – S’Agaró – L’Estartit – Cadaqués – Roses.
Set sail soutward, crossing the bay of Roses, towards La Escala.
Leave the village of La Escala portside, and go on till Medes islands. On the way you will see one of the most beautiful creeks of northern Costa Brava : Cala Montgo. Anchor there and enjoy swimming and sunbathing. Have lunch either on board or in one of the pleasant beach restaurants of the creek. After lunch, departure to the steep coast of Montgri mountain massif, which compose, with the Medes islands, the natural park of Montgri Massif – Medes Islansd. You will discover huge rock formations and small coves, only accessible from the sea. The Medes islands are famous for their seabed and diving spots. Then sail south to Cap Negre, close to Begur. After the village of Begur, head southward to one of the nicest creeks of this area, Aiguablava, an excellent mooring for the night.
Leave Aiquablava early morning and sail along the coast till Castell beach and its crystal clear waters. After lunch, after a short sailing, you’ll reach Palamos. Palamos is a fishing port, where there’s still a large fleet of trawlers, fishing the famous Palamos prawns. Take this opportunity to taste the best prawns in the Catalan coast. There are many restaurant downtown, not far from the fishing port.
You’ll go out of Palamos and will cross the bay, southwest. After Playa de Aro on your starboard and San Feliu de Guixols. Keep on sailing till Garbi point. Continue till the bay of Tossa, where you’ll moor for lunch. Then set sails to Blanes where you’ll spend the night. In the afternoon visit Blanes historical center or its botanic garden.
Blanes is located at the very south of Costa Brava. You’ll sail to the north east to moor in the nice creek of Giberola.
In the afternoon set sails to the bay of S’Agaro and cala Sant Pol, a beautiful bay where you will moor for the night.
Early morning, leave S’Agaro bay and start you day of sailing till the center of Costa Brava. After the cape of Begur, go to Cala Sa Tuna (Aiguafreda) where you can stop and have lunch. In the afternoon, departure to L’Estartit, where you will spend the night.
In the morning, set sail to Cadaquès. Cross the bay of Roses till Cabo de Creus (Falconera point). After the point, head to cala Montjoi or la cala Pelosa.
Cala Montjoi is famous for chef Ferran Adria’s renowned restaurant « El Bulli ». It is said that it could reopen soon. Cala Pelosa offers a beach restaurant. In the middle of the afternoon, departure to the bay of Cadaquès. Explore this wonderful village.
Early departure to Cabo de Creus. Cabo de Creus is the northern point of the Iberian Peninsula and is famous for its crystal clear waters and its spectacular creeks (La Guillola, Cala Culip, Cala Galladera,…). After Cabo de Creus, head to the creek on your route: Cala Culip, a wonderful mooring. You may of course choose cala Guillola. After a swim, leave cala Culip or Guillola bacl to Cabo de Creus and route to cape Norfeu.
Before cape Norfeu, enter the bay of Joncols to moor in cala Joncol and enjoy the beautiful scenery. There you’ll find a restaurant in the hotel del Chirinquito. The hotel offers a water taxi service (VHF = channel 13). After lunch and a last swim, set sail to Roses. We’ll wait for you in the marina.
Night on board and disembarkation on Day 8 at 09:00.
Sailing distances (approx.):
J 1 = 22,0 nautical miles
J 2 = 8,0 nautical miles
J 3 = 18,0 nautical miles
J 4 = 13,0 nautical miles
J 5 = 18,0 nautical miles
J 6 = 17,0 nautical miles
J 7 = 20,0 nautical miles
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