Roc de Sant Gaietà, located by the sea and with an authentic Mediterranean vibes, is a small and picturesque area built from 1964 to 1972 in the Roda de Bará county.The city planning was designed as a fishing village in which each house covers a different style (Romanesque, Gothic and Moorish and is a piece of architectural history that mimic an Andalusian patio, a Gothic cloister or a Catalan country house.

This enclave in Costa Dorada is perfect for a relaxing holiday, living the atmosphere of the enchanting streets, restaurants and shops or to simply enjoying the soft sand of the endless beach.