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PORT FACTS


France Sète


French Rivie Marseille


Villefran Toulon Tarragona Castellón Valencia Ibiza Alcudia Palma Mahon La Savina Cartagena


Sardini Portovesm


Palamós Roses Barcelona Cannes


Saint Fl I'ile-Rou


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COSTA BRAVA CRUISE PORTS


Must see tourist attractions


• Jewish Quarter Girona (50min) • Dalí Theater-Museum Figueres/Púbol (50min)


• Medieval villages: Pals and Peratallada (30min)


• Tossa de Mar (46min)


Maximum ship dimensions for berth Length: Palamós (P): Large cruise dock 386mtr, West 150mtr; Roses (R): West 317mtr Width: no limit Draught: P: Large cruise dock 14mtr, West 17mtr; R: 5mtr


Anchorage Available: only in Roses Ship tenders allowed: yes Tugs available: yes


Mailing Address Ports de la Generalitat C/Dr. Roux, 59-61 08017 Barcelona Spain


E ports.generalitat@gencat.cat W http://ports.gencat.cat/en/ W www.costabravacruiseports.com


The port of Palamós, under Costa Brava cruise ports brand, is located in one of the deepest bays in the western Mediterranean region. Thanks to it and its facilities, the port can handle any size cruise ship providing all the safety, security measures and services required. Moreover, the privileged location, between Barcelona and Marseille, makes the port of Palamós, the perfect call within any cruise itinerary through the upper west Med. In addition, a new boutique port, called Roses, complements the port of Palamós in the Costa Brava, hosting the possibility of anchoring in one of the most beautiful bays surrounded by two Natural Parks of a great richness in landscapes only 30km away from France. The Costa Brava destination, behind it, has all the necessary elements to make this destination an intense experience. This land of geniuses such as Salvador Dalí and the famous chef Roca brothers will captivate the passengers senses with its artistic and culinary creations in a territory.


Tidal movement/range: none Quays


Total number of quays: P: 2, R: 1 Total length of quays: P: 540mtr, R: 316mtr


Quay depth: P:14mtr & 7mtr, R: 5mtr Passenger terminals: 1


Distances/Transportation City centre: ports are in town


Main Contact


Maria Cano Cruise Manager


E maria.canoo@gencat.cat P +34 932 060 930


Must-see attractions for passengers include the Dalí triangle, the coastal towns of Calella de Palafrugell and Begur, strolling along the cobbled medieval streets of Pals and Peratallada, visiting the unique places of natural, cultural and historical interest hidden in the hinter-land, wander up and down the narrow streets by the magic of the Jewish Quarter of Girona, walking the Truman Capote route in Palamós or visiting the new amazing Thyssen-Bornemisza museum in Sant Feliu de Guíxols.


This land is well known for its 14 restaurants holding 19 Michelin stars between them. Highlights El Celler de Can Roca with three Michelin stars. The DO Empordà wines and cavas also deserve special mention for enhancing the quality of the local produce and as the driving force behind the wine tourism industry.


Passengers calling at the ports of Palamós or Roses will need all five senses to discover the Costa Brava!


Airport: P: 43km, R: 80km Free shuttle service to city: P: yes, R: no


Traffic


Total cruise passengers 2017: 45,176 (43,252 in Palamós, 2,370 in Roses) Total cruise calls 2017: 46 calls (42 in Palamós, 4 in Roses) Total cruise lines 2015: 16 cruise lines (12 in Palamós, 4 in Roses) Turnaround port? no


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