With arrival/departure from Saturday to Saturday, Cala Joncols is a modest family-run hotel which lies directly on the sea-shore. It has more than twenty rooms with double occupancy, terrace or balcony, and sea-view at your disposal.
The bar’s drink list ranges from exotic cocktails to draft beer and will most certainly accommodate that which your heart desires.
Our restaurant will coddle your taste buds with its extensive selection of home made Spanish meals, offering you fish, meats or paella.
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Every morning, for breakfast, we serve fresh oven-baked white bread. In the summertime you may enjoy your meals on the terrace which overlooks the sea. You may, as well, choose from our ‘a la carte’ menu.
Every Thursday evening a bar-be-cue is held on the beach or around the swimming pool area, where you can sample Andalusia delicacies and sangria.
May you be together with your family, together with a companion, or simply on your own, each and everyone is considered a friend and treated as such.
PROJECT AWARE international clean up day www.projectaware.org In September every year PADI’s Project AWARE’s longstanding International Cleanup Day event is the biggest underwater cleanup of its kind. Held annually on the 3rd Saturday in September each year, more than 370,000 volunteers clean over 33,000 miles of shoreline to remove seven million pounds of rubbish. Cala Joncols cleans the beach and bay of Cala Joncols and takes part in other volunteer actions organised by www.parcsdecatalunnya.net We strongly recommend our instructors to follow the program proposed by Scuba Eco www.scuba-eco.com which consist of learning how to take water samples, analyze them and discuss the results. It is important information to know that the supply of any substance of industrial origin to the water (as fertilizer with huge nutrient value) brings along biological imbalance. This leads to a development of algae and a drop of the oxygen quantity. Through this program, our divers will see that they can recognize by themselves the first signs of water imbalance.
As per our motto, continuing scuba diving education, brings additional safety while diving, the dive shop offers several scuba specialties such as Nitrox diver, Re breather diving, Underwater Naturalist, Drift Diver, Deep Diver and many more.
From beginner diver to diving instructor levels, we cater for your diving needs and preferences. Our diving instructors have many years of international experience in the diving industry. 15 full sets of diving gear are for rent, the newest diving equipment and much more will cater for all your personal diving needs. The diving tanks are brought directly to the beach for the convenience of all divers.
The multitude of dive sites offers an exceptional wide-range of vistas to the divers: immense underwater cliffs and escarpments brimming with marine life, a colorful cornucopia of vegetation, as for instance, at a mere 10 meters of depth, the red corals so unique to this part of the Mediterranean.
Even seasoned divers accustomed to the Mediterranean seascape are dazzled by the bountiful fish kingdom; the bay is a border to an environmentally protected region, it is forbidden to fish here.
At any depth in this vicinity divers will encounter a broad spectrum of fish schools: eels, dragon-fish, groupers and many more. The area is a true diving Eden where hermit-crabs, starfish and seahorses find their homes. And after all these diving thrills and other activities we offer you, the hotel’s inviting ambiance is most conducive to relaxing with old or newer diving friends, or to party, or simply to enjoy some respite in utter serenity.
Divers blissfully indulge in the scenery, the unspoiled flora of the natural park, as well as the enchanting multiplicity of the ‘Cap de Creus’ diving sites. The secluded, environmentally protected bay allows divers to explore and dive nearly in any weather condition. Beach diving can be conducted daily from 9 am to 7 pm (excluding July and August).
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Once in Gerona you can rent a car, use bus services or hire transportation to Roses (70km). It will take about one hour and to reach Roses. We can arrange pickup from Roses to Cala Joncols (45min).
TGV now brings you across the Pyrenees from Paris to Figueres in less than six hours, it connects in the cities of Nimes, Montpellier, Narbonne and Perpignan. Book your ticket on www.tgv-europe.com or www.voyages-sncf.com
There is a bus service connecting Figueres to Roses in about half an hour. We can arrange pickup from Roses to Cala Joncols (45min).