Costa Daurada

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With 81 kilometres of coast, the Costa Daurada is the perfect destination for your holidays or a short getaway throughout the year. Indeed, besides the excellent weather conditions that mean you can enjoy this coastal region bathed by the Mediterranean practically 12 months a year, the Costa Daurada is also rich with historic heritage, with monasteries founded during the medieval age, towns with rich heritage such as medieval Montblanc and Falset or modernist Reus.

Cambrils count on a varied and rich gastronomic variety, with restaurants that suit everyone's taste and pockets. That is why it is the Gastronomic capital of Costa Daurada.

We enhance the harbour, which preserves the sailor local style and it is made up of 35 fishing boats, and the old quarter, where the streets  are very lively with all the flowers hanging up from the balconies. If you come  at Agrobotiga, you can find Siurana oil, which has been awarded as the best in Spain. Moreover, Cambrils has also been certified as family tourist destination because of the offer, specialised in families. Have a walk through Cambrils, through the town and near the shore, as our coast covers 9 km and the cycle lane 23 km.

Also Vila-seca, la Pineda’s beach, the Costa Daurada, welcoming places, beautiful scenery, sun, sand and blue sea. La Pineda, with its promenade, almost three kilometres, is a privilege beach of Costa Daurada with Blue Fag, which is granted by the European Foundation for Environmental Education.

Vila-seca has had the Family Holiday Destination seal of quality, this brand of specialisation is awarded by the Government of Catalonia to tourist destinations particularly sensitive to the family tourism. La Pineda Platja as a tourist town, offering a wide range of accommodation, restaurants, shops and services with the facilities and resources necessary for receiving families, in addiction of a variety of leisure and entertainment. 

The environmental wealth on the Costa Daurada also makes it have special interest, and there are several hiking routes, bicycle and MTB circuits, without forgetting the fabulous golf courses, which can be done all four seasons of the year.

The Costa Daurada is also a great destination for foodies: fish fresh from the Mediterranean Sea and meats from animals raised in verdant inland regions are just a couple of the ingredients you will find in many recipes. Vines hail from regions bearing five designations of origin: DOQ Priorat, DO Montsant, DO Conca de Barberà, DO Tarragona and DO Penedès.

Pictures courtesy of: Patronat de Turisme de la Diputació de Tarragona.

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