Just 100 metres from the town shopping centre, Port de Roses is one of Catalonia’s main fishing ports and its modern adjoining marina, with 486 berths, accommodates up to 45-metre boats with drafts of up to 6 metres. The northern part of the bay, sheltered by Punta de la Bateria, has a 500-metre dike and a basin sheltered from the prevailing winds. Its services include marine staff providing mooring assistance with tenders, 24-hour fuel service, a sailing school, a summer camp, restaurants, ship chandlers, regattas all year round… Roses is the capital of what is reputed internationally to be one of the most beautiful bays in the world and its marina is a leisure centre and a safe place to shelter. In the surrounding area, also managed by the marina, L’Almadrava, Bonifaci and Canyelles beaches and Cala Montjoi, Cala Calitjàs, Cala Pelosa and Cala Jóncols provide safe and easy mooring in buoy fields.
The Citadel is a renaissance fort which encloses an archaeological site with Greek, Visigoth, Roman and modern remains.