One of the most popular trips on the Nautilus Adventure is the route that goes around the Medes Islands and then along the Montgrí Massif coast visiting the coves and promontories of its maritime coast such as Punta de la Barra, Punta Salinas, Cap d’Utrera and the beautiful Cala Pedrosa, to finally arrive at a magical destination: the Roca Foradada.
The Roca Foradada is in fact an open sea cave located on the coast of the Montgrí Nature Park. The Nautilus boats visit it in both winter and summer as it is a permanent route for the glass-bottom boats. Under its surface, you will discover shoals of fish and other marine fauna which inhabit the Costa Brava.
Another way of reaching the Roca Foradada is by walking through the Montgrí Massif; a beautiful trip which we highly recommend to explore further the Camino de Ronda between Estartit and l’Escala. Or if you prefer, you can do the journey in smaller boats like catamarans or kayaks, only for the more adventurous!
Whichever route you take, the Roca Foradada is a little gem of the Costa Brava that we are privileged to be able to visit aboard Nautilus. Don’t miss it!