Cal Fusta is just what Laura says, Nicely furnished in Modern style with great space for two people, all necessary faciities and set in a lovely location. Great place to spend a week in Port de la Selva and explore the Creus peninsula from a beatiful location in this easy to live in, ideally positioned and well cared for apartment, as well as good value. In no particular order....
This really is a Spanish resort, with many Barcelonan holiday homes, French visitors from French Catalonia as well, plus hardcore German Spazieren gangeners walking actual grooves into the Spanish mountains as a change from the Black Forest (I have a photograph). They prefer to walk to Galicia from here via multiple empty monasteries rather than fly, very strange. Obviously they are allowed to retire too early.
Second bedroom is where all the clothes go, not much storage, so really best for small kids or as a changing room IMO, the aircon makes such a use perfect when it's hot, and it keeps the main bedroom clear. The utilities all worked and were useful, and used. Main entrance in Calle Nou is a steep climb on foot from the front if you are at all disabled/infirm but there is road access at the rear as well. The traffic noise can become significant at peak hours, otherwise its not that busy, if that bothers you, Hardly surprising given the location, which you can view on Google maps. You can shut the window, roll down the blinds and turn on the aircon, set it to "quiet". But then why are you there? BTW Get the instructions on line if you don't know how to work a Daikin. I did. Traffic isn't that busy, but the locals who live up behind the apartment seem to use the front to get to work in the morning. We did not find it troublesome. Just turned over. Light sleepers might. A small price to pay for the view.
Parking is competitive in the season. You can always stop and drop off luggage , etc, especially if you use the dead end Calle Nou behind, which means reversing out - unless you have short car and can reverse in one of the private garage entrances further up the street at its widest point. Walk it first! When we were there was out of season so getting a parking space out the front was possible if you kept an eye out from the balcony and moved the car when a spot appeared. Fast. Also charging had been suspended. Not sure what it costs in season, but everywhere had covered up machines, even the car park beyond the sea wall.
General living: Washing machine, dishwasher, Fridge freezer, oven etc. The SPAR is a short walk away open till late and their are many restaurants in season, but most are Tapasy. Prices vary a lot. Gus's cheapest and most fun..Restaurants are "alright" but The Monterey is a cut above, suitably fishy and expensive, but has to be done once. Just the fish, no potatoes or vegetables - strange place, Spain. The Club Nautique is worth a visit at "lunchtime" (2-4pm in Spain). For night owls the cheapest bar with best view is Gus's Bar up the hill above the Club Nautique, open until 2.30am. Great if you arrive late, also there is a pool at the Club. Finally you CAN rent small motor boats w/o a licence, but don't ask the confused Club Nautique anti-rental department. Book it online from Port Selva with novaimport.com, using Laura's WiFi, then take the reservation to the club on your phone so they can't deny the boat moored outside with "Rent a Boat" written prominently on it together with the URL is actually available for hire (our experience).
OUTSIDE Port de la Selva: It gets quiet the last week in September after the Barcelona holiday, but you can go to Cadaques for more bustle and stuff happening, about 30 minutes in any car. They were playing softball cricket on the town sea front square dust strip when we arrived, in the style of baseball to British cricket rules, it appeared. Seemed to have a great atmosphere. Probably oppresively busy in peak season. If you want to visit the Dali museum at Port Lligat you must reserve for the guided tours in advance, there is no turn up and visit, reservation are booked out days ahead, even at the end of season. The terrace of the rather nice hotel at Port Lligat is SO much nicer for a drink and Tapas than the scruffy beach restaurants, BTW. Stunning view.
If you want to go to Roses, you probably should have stayed there in the first place.... the Monastery drive is fun for drivers, with a great view on the ridge to Figueras on one side and the fishing ports on the other, but ultimately its just another pointless monastery up a hill, no fun for passengers scared of Mountain roads. For them, the regular roads are bad enough. The old town of La Selva is worth a visit, beautiful and peaceful, and maybe have lunch deep in the heart of the town. It was built well up the valley for shelter and in case of Moorish Raids, etc.. The river runs through it to the Port/only beach of note, which was just a place to pull up the boats until 150 years ago or so. Javea like? I turned this into a tour guide, but its all good to know before you get there to make the most of Cal Fuster. BTW we drove from Toulouse, so had a French car rental and cheaper flight, it is 3 hours on the A roads.