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Rosas <-> Cap Creus / P. Selva / Llançà: 8h

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  • Rosas <-> Cap Creus / P. Selva / Llançà
  • Rosas <-> Cap Creus / P. Selva / Llançà
  • Rosas <-> Cap Creus / P. Selva / Llançà
  • Rosas <-> Cap Creus / P. Selva / Llançà
  • Rosas <-> Cap Creus / P. Selva / Llançà
  • Rosas <-> Cap Creus / P. Selva / Llançà
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Once you've left our base of Santa Margarita and passed the lighthouse of Roses (North-East), you will arrive at punta Falconera near Cala Montjoi, known for hosting the famous restaurant 'El Bulli'.

further north: Cala Pelosa, and the Cap Norfeu with its 'Cat' (a cat-shaped rock). Cap Norfeu is known for the beauty of its cliffs, intact nature and its seabed...which attract all the diving lovers of the region. And finally! Passed Punta Figuera, you will see Cadaqués, a magic village of the Alt Empordá, followed by Port Lligat where Salvador Dalí used to hide to paint and live.

Conitnue and you will discover the wildest part: Cap de Creus, the easternmost point of the peninsula and famous for its strong northern winds, and where cave "Cova de l'Infern" is. For more than two miles, you'll only see some old isolated farmhouses until you reach the magnificent and hidden Port of La Selva. But if you decide to sail north, pass further than Cap del Bol, you will arrive in Llançà: on the beach of Garbet you will find one of the best restaurants on the Costa Brava (1 Michelin star). It has its own mooring buoys and taxi-boat service.

Come to discover one of the most beautiful and wild place of the Mediterranean sea!

Warnings and recommendations: 

Never overcome Cap de Creus with strong winds (6 on the Beaufort scale).

Good restaurant: Calima, in Port of la Selva near to the Hotel Port Lligat. It has swimming pool for the customers.

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