Spain Beaches...Roses beach 4 - PLATJA DE LA PALANGRES
Platja de la Palangres is a 140 m long sand beach, located between the harbour and the headland.
Platja de la Palangres facilities:
shaded picnic area with stone benches and tables
drink/ice cream stand
Spain Beaches...Roses beach 5 - PLATJA DE CANYELLES PETITES
Platja de Canyelles Petites is a pretty and relatively small sandy beach (370 m long), but that means that it can get quite crowded in the height of the summer.
Canyelles Petites beach is a five minute 3 km drive further round the Cap de Creus headland from Roses.
Whilst it is not free from development (there is no break between Roses and Canyelles), the buildings behind Canyelles Petites beach are all low rise climbing up the hillside, broken up by pine trees dotted here and there, so it still retains a lot of its Mediterranean charm.
Platja de Canyelles Petites has been awarded a Blue Flag for the last 4 years.
Platja de Canyelles Petites facilities:
volley ball nets
Spain Beaches...Roses beach 6 - PLATJA DE LA BONIFACI
Platja de la Bonifaci is a small strip of sand (100 m long) just round the headland from Platja de Canyelles Petites.
The rocks at the east end of the beach make for great snorkelling.
Want to see what the beaches of Roses look like right now?…take a look at the beach webcam.
Costa Brava Spain Beaches Video
A sweeping view of the Bay of Roses from the top of the Montgri Massif...
Take a look at this video of Roses Costa Brava. Sometimes it spends a little too long on something random, but it gives you a really good look at the main Roses beaches and the promenade, as well as the town...
Costa Brava Spain Beaches - Roses - General Information