It is the municipality that is in the part that limits with France, is in the region of “Alt Ampordà”. It is a small town with a fishing tradition and offers numerous possibilities for leisure on its coastline, such as diving or other water activities.


Small municipality with approximately 600 inhabitants. Its coastline is made up of six beaches: Cala Rovellada, Playa d’en Goixa, Carbassó Beach, Garbet Beach, Les Assutzenes Beach and El Borró Nudist Beach.

We continue in the region of “Alt Ampordà”. It has small and quiet beaches that combine with the presence of megalithic and pre-Romanesque historical remains.

It is a municipality of fishing tradition that has been relieved in part by the arrival of tourism in the area.

Located east of “Cap de Creus”. His landscape captivated many artists, including Salvador Dalí. Although it is a town that attracts many tourist visits, the area has not been overcrowded and still maintains its appearance as a fishing village.

This Mediterranean town has experienced a great growth with the arrival of tourism. Its offer makes it a destination that suits all types of tourists. Between its patrimony it emphasizes the Citadel of Roses, a medieval strength of century XVI, and the megalithic rest.

One of its most important festivals is Terra de Trobadors, which is celebrated the weekend closest to September 11th and honors the music of the Middle Ages

Officially and in Catalan Sant Pere Pescador. Municipality in the centre of the Gulf of Roses, in the Alt Empordà region. Its beaches form an ideal environment for water sports such as windsurfing, kite surfing or kayaking, among others.

It is one of the municipalities that make up the Park of the “Aiguamolls del Empordà”.

It is known for the anchovies that are caught and eaten in the area, which have given way to the creation of the Quality Denomination Anchovies of the Scale.

We must be aware that if we do not take care of our environment, there will come a time when many things we do will not be able to carry them out. Therefore, I urge you to respect all the places I show you, as if it were your house, as it is!

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