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If you are looking for hotels and resorts in Girona, you will discover a province with a markedly natural character thanks to its forests, its unique beaches on the Costa Brava, its natural parks and volcanic areas; but also with a historical background reflected in the many charming medieval villages it is home to. Girona may go unnoticed compared to other Catalan coastal provinces; however, this wonderful province of great contrasts has a lot to offer visitors and is not just limited to the traditional and well-known beach tourism. Discover Girona by enjoying your stay in a Barceló Hotel Group hotel!
Located to the south of Cap de Creus nature park, in the beautiful county of Alt Empordà, Roses is one of the main urban centres in the province of Girona and yet one of the most peaceful towns on the Costa Brava. Those who book a hotel in Roses will enjoy a quiet sun and beach destination; but also a town with magnificent megalithic routes and an impressive citadel.
Roses is one of the most emblematic and popular places on the coast of Girona, visited by tourists from all over the world thanks to its wide range of tourist attractions, as well as its climate, beaches and coves. Platja de Roses beach, with its fine sand and shallow, crystal-clear waters, is, along with the Citadel, one of the most outstanding places in this very special town on the Costa Brava. This outstanding beach also has all the services you need for a unique holiday in Girona.
It is no surprise that, due to its climate, location and surroundings, many ancient civilisations chose this location as one of the points of entry to the Iberian peninsula, giving rise to one of the most prominent settlements both nationally and internationally.
The city of Girona is highly attractive and captures the interest of all those who visit it thanks to its cultural and natural points of interest. Enjoying it from a charming hotel is the best option to make the most of a holiday or a getaway on the Costa Brava.
The starting point for discovering its historical legacy could be none other than Girona Cathedral, characterised by its large central nave, which also has the widest Gothic vault in the world, measuring 23 metres wide. Very nearby is another of the city's most important historical sites: Basilica de Sant Feliu, the oldest church in Girona. Next to it are the remains of the Roman walls, or paseo de la muralla, which invites visitors to discover the city from a different perspective, offering fantastic panoramic views.
To round off a fantastic tour of the charming streets of Barri Vell (the old town), be sure to visit one of Girona's most emblematic spots and the location for the filming of several well-known international films and series: the Sant Domènech steps.