Cal Mariner is an excellent choice for travellers visiting El Port de la Selva, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Monasterio de Sant Pere de Rodes (2.1 mi), located nearby, makes Cal Mariner a great place to stay for those interested in visiting this popular El Port de la Selva landmark.
Cal Mariner is a family-friendly small hotel offering air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
Plus, guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, which has made this a popular choice among travellers visiting El Port de la Selva.
If you’re looking for a Mediterranean restaurant, consider a visit to Monterrey or Ca l'Herminda, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Cal Mariner.
Looking for something to do in El Port de la Selva? Espai d'art Pilar Pineda (0.4 mi) is a popular attraction that is within walking distance of Cal Mariner.
Enjoy your stay in El Port de la Selva!
My partner and I stayed here for a week in July 2017. It’s very central being about 5 minutes walk from the centre of the town and even less to the main sandy beach. The staff are incredibly friendly and helpful they’ll leave you wanting for nothing. Our room was fairly basic - we weren’t paying for luxury but it had wifi and air con, en-suite and TV etc. so all good. Breakfast options weren’t expansive – tea/coffee, juice, croissant as well as bread with ham and cheese. All the same it was well sufficient to start the day and get you to the next meal. If you want inexpensive accommodation with good friendly service in a great location this fits the bill.
Just spent 4 nights in this hotel. The staff are friendly and welcoming. The room prices are reasonable, and the room itself basically comfortable, but no more. Balcony with view of the port. Right across the road from the beach, and very close to the main (free!) carpark. The street was sometimes noisy at night - mainly with people going home in the early hours, and Saturday there was live (& loud!) music on the seafront. The stage is just in front of the hotel - however after a long day of travel, we managed to sleep through most of it. We didn't eat in the restaurant, but did have breakfast (extra cost), which was ok, but if you don't need much in the morning, there's a little place in town with better coffee. Were enchanted with the town - some very good food, friendly people, lots of spanish tourists and not so overrun as Cadaquès. A great place to relax & a great jump-off point for the rest of the area: Figueres, Empuries, Roses, Cadaquès, Cap de Creus. Don't miss the S. Pere de Rodes monastery just out of town.…
In short. Hard to get contact to staff. Food was overcooked, tending to not be recognisable. Fresh meat/not canned would be lovely. Some mussels weren't open. Meat is unsure of what kind. Catalan creme the sugar was all stuffed in one spot and burned black.
Hotels location is near the beach. You only have to cross the street. Owners and staff are very nice and helpful. There are a few restaurants in El Port de la selva, but you can also have a great dinner at the hotel. Rooms are clean, air conditioned and have a fantastic view.
We liked the Cal Mariner a lot. The rooms were simple, but complete, with a balcony and view of the sea. The food was especially good here. The menu at 15 euros had a lot of choices, including several classic Catalan dishes such as the famous meatballs and sepia, and others. Breakfast is the basic bread and coffee, but you can order eggs for an additional cost. Room and breakfast price was very fair at about 60 euros. The map is a little misleading because it shows the hotel as being out of the town, but it is really very well located right across the street from the beach. The hotel can arrange for a taxi to take you up to the Sant Pere de Rodes monastery. (We walked down, but you can probably arrange for a taxi to wait.)