Puerto de Roses, Girona, Catalunya, Spain
General - Puerto de Roses is a very old fishing harbour lying on the Costa Brava on the NE coast of Spain. A modern yacht marina has been built in the N basin. Approach and entry are easy but winds from the S - SW push some swell into the harbour.
Position - 42º 15' N 3º 10' E
Charts - British Admiralty 1705 French 7008, 7505 Spanish 876, 493, 4932
Approach & Entrance;
From the south - Cross the Golf de Roses with low, sandy coast. The marinas at Ampuriabrava and Santa Margarita can be identified. The massive foothills of the Pyrenees that lie behind Roses can be seen from afar.
From the north - Round Cabo Creus and follow the coast past a number of calas. Cadaques is the largest and can be recognised by the town at its head. Round Punta de la Creu and its off lying island staying at least 0.5 mile of. The harbour will be seen when Punta de la Bateria has been rounded.
To enter - Awaiting info
Berths - Awaiting info
Marina Contact ;
VHF Ch - 9
Maximum Length -
Water - On the pontoons.
Electric - On the pontoons.
Diesel & Petrol - On the fuel quay
Other Facilities & Services - Boat yards. Engine repairs. Crane. Slipway. Showers at the Club de Mar de Roses.
Chandlers - Nearby.
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Fishing Tackle - Not Known
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Shopping - Good shops in the own 0.5 mile away.
Eating Out - Some restaurants, bars and cafes close to There is a restaurant at the Club Nautico
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Train Service - Not known
Water Taxi - Not known
Ferry Service -Not known
Airport(s) - Not known
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Local Area - Excellent sandy beaches to the NW of the harbour. There are a number of interesting sites to visit in and around Roses.
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