Cap de Creus

Located in the easternmost part of the Iberian Peninsula is the Cap de Creus Natural Park, an area of ​​great biological, geological and scenic importance, shaped by two different areas: land and sea.

The width of the protected marine area ranges between 1.3 and 0.2 miles offshore, with three partial natural reserves: the Farallons, Cap de Creus (between the island of Culleró and Cala Jugadora) and the head of Norfeu. The north of the island of s’Encalladora is an integral marine nature reserve. The waters are clean and pure, and the wealth of underwater life there is exceptional, with species such as coral (a notable source of income in other times) and alguers.

  • Cap de Creus lighthouse

The lighthouse is one of the most important points of Cap de Creus. With two restaurants to eat, incredible views and beautiful beaches around (Cala Jugadora, Cala Bona and Cala Fredosa)

  • Tudela area

Fabulous landscape of very particular rock formations and crystal clear waters.
You can find rocks in the shape of a camel, an eagle, etc. and a beautiful beach, Cala Culip.

  • Cales de Roses

South of Cap de Creus we can find many beautiful coves. Coves with crystal clear, rocky waters, with a lot of marine diversity. All of them are accessible by boat.
Some of them, such as Cala Pelosa or Cala Joncols, have a restaurant with a take-away service and eat on the boat or a taxi that will pick you up from the boat to eat at the restaurant.

At Cala Montjoi we can find El Bulli. Restaurant with three Michellin stars and now converted into a museum.

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