Costa Daurada

The Costa Daurada is one of the main tourist destinations in the Mediterranean, thanks in part to its pleasant, mild climate. It is the ideal place to enjoy a holiday with the whole family. 

The Costa Daurada offers as many choices as it has visitors and there is something to suit everybody’s taste: the coast, the rich cultural and historical heritage, a wide variety of leisure activities and beautiful scenery. Inland, surrounded by spectacular natural landscapes, you can enjoy open-air activities, visit vineyards with a grand winemaking tradition, taste the delicious Mediterranean cuisine and take advantage of a wide range of health and business tourism opportunities. 

Culture, history, nature and gastronomy are the vertices of a rich, lively land. 

The monumental complex of Tarraco, the Roman Empire’s ancient capital on the Iberian Peninsula, was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the year 2000. The area also preserves a notable mediaeval legacy in the Cistercian Route monasteries of Santes Creus and Poblet, the latter also a UNESCO World Heritage Site, as well as towns that were of great importance during the Middle Ages. The city of Reus is the main exponent of the area’s Modernist architectural heritage and is part of the European Network of Art Nouveau Cities. 

Gastronomy on the Costa Daurada is a high quality art whose practitioners know how to combine to perfection the diversity of Mediterranean cuisine with a grand winemaking tradition. Five “designations of origin” are a guarantee of quality and they include the most internationally well known Priorat and Penedès areas. 

Nature also offers the visitor fascinating places, such as the Prades Mountains and the Serra del Montsant Natural Park, two Mediterranean mountain habitats with forests and an interesting variety of flora and fauna. 

The Costa Daurada coastline is populated by large holiday resorts and small fishing villages. They offer the visitor quality accommodation, family activities, sports, sailing, water sports, etc. and of course the magnificent PortAventura World theme park. 

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CUNIT

Cunit expresses itself in its natural contrasts: two privileged beach and mountain areas that are a permanent invitation to rest, to enjoy the sun and the calm and warm waters, and to take walks or bike rides. Beaches awarded with the Blue Flag: Cunit Llevant and Cunit Ponent, an ecolabel that guarantees water quality standards, cleanliness of the sand, accessibility for people with reduced mobility as well as the availability of services such as toilets, rescue and lifeguard or first aid. More Information

CALAFELL | SEGUR DE CALAFELL

Iberian town. Calafell Castle. Church of Sant Miquel (13th century). Seafood cuisine. Family Tourism Destination (DTF). Fine sand beaches. Beaches awarded with the Blue Flag: Calafell-Segur de Calafell and Estany Mas Mel, an eco-label that guarantees water quality standards, the cleanliness of the sand, accessibility for people with reduced mobility as well as the availability of services such as health, rescue and first aid or first aid. Segur de Calafell marina also awarded with the Blue Flag. ISO 14001 environmental accreditation, which guarantees environmental management on the beaches. Nearby: Tarragona, a UNESCO World Heritage Site (27 km.), Vilanova i la Geltrú (15 km.), Sitges (22 km.), Port Aventura World (40 km.)  More information

EL VENDRELL | COMA-RUGA

Due to its location, at a crossroads open to the sea, El Vendrell becomes the Capital of Catalan Culture 2020 and is certified with the quality seal "PLAYA EN FAMILIA", which has an offer of accommodation, activity companies and specialized restoration for families. Family Tourism Destination (DTF). Located 3.5 km from the town, the beaches of the maritime districts of San Salvador, Coma-ruga and Lo Francàs constitute one of the main attractions of the municipality. The seven-kilometer-long beach has been awarded the Blue Flag and ISO 14001 badges. All this tourist activity is complemented by the cultural offer, spas (thermal village), parties, cycling, hiking and gastronomy. Culturally, there is an important network of museums such as the Pau Casals Museum, on the beach of San Salvador; the Pau Casals Native House, the Àngel Guimerà House Museum, the Diez Museum and the Foundation of the sculptor Apelas Fenosa, the Pau Casals Auditorium programs concerts throughout the year in the different stable cycles, among which the International Festival that is celebrated stands out. in summer. More information

RODA DE BERÀ

Roc de Sant Gaietà, a typical Mediterranean-style fishing village. Center Cívic Roca Foradada, a medievalist air space, contains a permanent exhibition with twenty-three sculptures and jewels by Salvador Dalí. Luis del Olmo Radio Museum. Beaches of fine sand and awarded with the Blue Flag: Roda de Berà (long) and Costa Daurada, an eco-label that guarantees water quality standards, the cleanliness of the sand, accessibility for people with reduced mobility as well as the availability of services such as health, rescue and first aid or first aid. Promenade of more than a kilometer in length. EMAS environmental quality awards - E-CAT-000286 and ISO 14001 verified environmental management, which guarantees environmental management on the beaches. Camino de Ronda that connects Playa Larga with Roc de Sant Gaietà. Important residential area with gardens and cozy urbanizations. Church of Sant Bartomeu. Surroundings: Tarragona, a World Heritage Site according to UNESCO (20 km.), Port Aventura World (30 km.). More Information

CREIXELL

Muntanyans beach with fine sand. ISO 14001 environmental accreditation, which guarantees environmental management on the beaches. . Accessibility distinction, to the beach, for people with reduced mobility. Nearby: Calafell (12 km.), Segur de Calafell marina (12 km.), Torredembarra (6 km.), Tarragona, a UNESCO World Heritage Site (23 km.), Sitges (33 km.), Port Aventura World (30 km.). More Information

L'ESPLUGA DE FRANCOLÍ

Cuevas de la Espluga (Museum of Prehistory and Geology), Museum of Rural Life, the Modernist Winery with the Wine Museum and the attraction and influence of the proximity of the Poblet monastery, a World Heritage Site according to UNESCO, has allowed provide the municipality with an important infrastructure of services, a great cultural and leisure offer, closely linked to the natural attractions that its municipal area has; the mountains of Prades accredited as a Family Tourism Destination (DTF). Nearby: Montblanc (6 km.), Tarragona, World Heritage Site (42 km.).  More information

TORREDEMBARRA

Renaissance castle of the Icart de Torredembarra. Route of the Indianos (thematic circuit). El Faro, built in the 20th century. Fine sand beaches. Natural area of "Els Muntanyans", with semi-mobile dunes and salt water lagoons. Beaches awarded with the Blue Flag: Els Muntanyans, Barri Marítim and La Paella, an eco-label that guarantees water quality standards, cleanliness of the sand, accessibility for people with reduced mobility as well as the availability of services such as toilets, rescue and first aid or first aid. ISO 14001 and EMAS accreditation, which guarantees environmental management on its beaches. Leisure port, sports port. Seafood cuisine. Nearby: Tamarit Castle (6 km.), Tarragona, a World Heritage Site according to UNESCO (14 km.), Port Aventura World (25 km.). More information More information

ALTAFULLA 

Medieval castle. Roman Villa of Els Munts. Vila Closa. Sea shops. Seafood cuisine: romesco, rice, fish. Fine sand beaches. Beach awarded with the Blue Flag, an eco-label that guarantees water quality standards, the cleanliness of the sand, accessibility for people with reduced mobility as well as the availability of services such as toilets, rescue and first aid or first aid. Nearby: Tamarit Castle (1 km.), Tarragona, a World Heritage Site according to UNESCO (9 km.), Port Aventura World (18 km). More information

TARRAGONA

Important artistic-architectural heritage, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, by the Roman legacy, with more than 2,000 years of history: Aqueduct of les Ferreres or 'Pont del Diable' (MHT), Roman Amphitheater (MHT) building destined to shows such as gladiatorial fights (2nd century), Local Forum or Colony Forum (MHT), Provincial Forum, Walls (Archaeological Walk-MHT), Paleo-Christian Museum and Necropolis (MNAT), Praetorium and Roman Circus (MHT) Tower Roman statue of the representation square of the Provincial Forum (1st century) transformed into a royal residence (14th century), Roman Theater (MNAT), Temple (place of worship). Cathedral (12th-14th centuries), built in the highest part of the city). Roman Tarraco model (Miniature reconstruction of the city of Tarraco in the 2nd century. Scale 1: 500). La Rambla, Tarragona's main promenade with more than 150 years of existence and the largest number of modern shops, integrated into a unique architectural space for its buildings and its history. El Serrallo, typical fishermen's neighborhood, seafood cuisine. Fine sand beaches awarded with the Blue Flag: Tamarit, La Móra, Savinosa and la Arrabassada, an eco-label that guarantees water quality standards, cleanliness of the sand, accessibility for people with reduced mobility as well as the availability of services such as health, rescue and first aid or first aid .. Nearby: Reus (7 km.), PortAventura World (8 km.). More information

ELS PALLARESOS

The modernist architect Josep Maria Jujol carried out numerous works in Pallaresos, including the side altars of the parish church, dedicated to San Salvador. The 17th century Casa Bofarull stands out, a gallery with remains of the paintings made by the artist himself (arranged visits), the building is crowned by a lightning rod in the shape of an angel. The Jujol Route. Andreu House. Solé House. The Castellot de Penallonga. Local pool. It celebrates its main festival on August 6, and the winter one takes place on January 20. Tarragona (7 km.), Beaches (9 km.). Camp de Tarragona Station (5km.), PortAventura World (19 km.). More information

VILA-SECA/LA PINEDA PLATJA

In the heart of the Costa Daurada is Vila-seca, Pineda Platja, an authentic oasis of tranquility, perfect for relaxing and spending a family vacation. The Mediterranean climate and its wide tourist offer make it an ideal destination to enjoy nature, well-being and fun throughout the year. Vila-seca, Pineda Platja is synonymous with a quiet beach, with fine golden sand and awarded with the Blue Flag. A wide variety of leisure and entertainment proposals for the whole family await you in Vila-seca, with PortAventura World and Aquopolis Costa Daurada. And it is that Vila-seca has the Beach in Family seal of the Catalan Tourism Agency. If you are looking to reconnect with nature and with yourself, the destination's green spaces and wellness and wellness centers await you. In Vila-seca, La Pineda Playa you will also find the opportunity to discover the heritage of the city or practice different sports, such as running, cycling or golf. In the destination we also have a great gastronomic offer based on quality local products. More information

SALOU

First destination for Family Tourism in Catalonia (DTF). Sports Tourism Destination. Beaches of fine sand and awarded with the Blue Flag: Llevant and Capellans, an ecolabel that guarantees water quality standards, cleanliness of the sand, accessibility for people with reduced mobility as well as the availability of services such as toilets, rescue and first aid or first aid. ISO 14001 accreditation, on all its beaches, which guarantees its environmental management. Puerto Deportivo also awarded with the Blue Flag. Paseo Jaime I. Camino de ronda. The lighthouse. Tourist train. Ornamental fountains. Gastronomy. PortAventura World. Nearby: Reus (9 km.), Cambrils marinas, l'Hospitalet de l'Infant (10-12 km.), Tarragona, a World Heritage Site according to UNESCO (12 km.), Cambrils (6 km.) . More information

CAMBRILS

Seafood cuisine of great prestige. Family Tourism Destination (DTF). Sports Tourism Destination. Fishing and sports port, C.M. Cambrils, awarded with the Blue Flag. Nautical activities. Beaches awarded with the Blue Flag: Cavet, La Llosa, Prat d'en Forés-Regueral and Vilafortuy, an eco-label that guarantees water quality standards, cleanliness of the sand, accessibility for people with reduced mobility as well as availability services such as health, rescue and first aid or first aid. Ponent promenade. Bicycle routes. Roman Villa of la Llosa. Intnal Music Festival. Nearby: Salou (7 km.), PortAventura World (9 km.), Tarragona, UNESCO World Heritage Site (18 km.), Mont-roig del Camp (golf, 12 km.), Delta del Ebro Natural Park (32 km.). More information

MONT-ROIG DEL CAMP | MIAMI PLATJA

Hermitages of Mare de Déu de la Roca and Sant Ramon de Penyafort integrated into the red mountain of La Roca, the most characteristic enclave of Mont-roig del Camp and the one that gives the town its name, have been documented in the 13th century. Beaches of fine sand and awarded with the Blue Flag: Pixerota, Cristall, Cala Vienesos-dels-Espenyals (or Penyals) and Casa dels Lladres, an eco-label that guarantees water quality standards, the cleanliness of the sand, accessibility for people with reduced mobility as well as the availability of services such as health, rescue and first aid or first aid. . Hiking routes: A sea of ​​pirates and legends, Mont-roig stone by stone, Joan Miró inspired by Mont-roig del Camp, The fruits of the earth: the olive, the carob ..., Mare de Dèu de la Roca the lighthouse of the sailors, with the family in Miami Platja, The white mountain seen from Mont-roig del Camp. Bicycle routes. Bonmont Golf Club. Nearby: Cambrils marinas, l'Hospitalet de l'Infant (10-12 km.), Port Aventura World (21 km.), Tarragona, a UNESCO World Heritage Site (23 km.). More information

L'HOSPITALET DE L'INFANT

Beaches awarded with the Blue Flag: La Punta del riu, l'Arenal and the Naturist beach of Torn, an eco-label that guarantees water quality standards, cleanliness of the sand, accessibility for people with reduced mobility as well as availability services such as health, rescue and first aid or first aid. There are more than 10 kilometers of sandy areas. Masterfully unites the landscapes of the sea and the mountains. Areas of natural interest: La Rojala, Cova del Llop Marí. Charming towns: Masboquera, Masriudoms, Remullà and others today abandoned such as Castelló, Madevalentí, Fatxes i Gavadà. Marina awarded with the Blue Flag. Nearby: Pitch & Putt La Figuerola de Vandellós (10 km.), Port Calafat (9 km.), L'Ametlla de Mar (15 km.), Mont-roig del Camp (golf, 7 km.), Cambrils (14 km.), Salou (19 km.), Port Aventura World (19 km.), Delta del Ebro Natural Park (27 km). More information

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