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- The interior of the Costa Daurada
- Getaway to Baix Camp
- Travel to the heart of Calafell
- L'Hospitalet de l'Infant
- Mont-roig del Camp - Miami Platja
More Costa Daurada getaways
The Costa Daurada has been a breeding ground for artists and geniuses like Antoni Gaudí, and on this getaway we'll be following in his footsteps around the streets that he knew during his childhood and as a young man. Reus has always been synonymous with dynamism. The town's theatres offer a stable programme of high quality productions, it has avant-garde art spaces like the Gaudí Centre, it has museums with interesting collections and exhibitions, and its streets are full of modernista style buildings and tributes to its most illustrious sons. At the same time, you only have to stroll around Plaça del Mercadal to get an idea of the airs of commerce that exist here, along with a varied selection of great restaurants.
History and spirituality in three regions Poblet, Santes Creus and Vallbona de les Monges make up a unique, special, almost magical triangle and are unmissable visits for everyone from lovers of history and architecture to anyone interested in seeing magnificent landscapes or seeking spiritual peace. This is undoubtedly one of the most complete getaways you can do, not only on the Costa Daurada, but indeed, in the whole of Catalonia, many of whose historical and spiritual roots lie here.
Considered by many to be the capital of the Costa Daurada, Salou is always bustling with tourists in summer who come from all over attracted by its fine sand beaches and sheltered coves. On these beaches you can walk a long way into the sea without the water reaching more that waist high and there are plenty of local leisure facilities for children (Bosc Aventura, horse riding, karting, mini golf, PortAventura...) making Salou an eminently family-oriented resort.
Our aim for the two days we'll be spending in Tarragona is to get an idea of its splendid Roman past. The city has riches enough to justify multiple visits, and when you leave here you're sure to start looking through your agenda trying to find a return date. That's why we want to focus especially on exploring the Roman city of Tarraco. We'll always have other opportunities to discover its other charms, its squares, its ancient streets... The Costa Daurada has been populated by civilizations that have left a mark that endures to today, and that is especially the case of Tarragona.
El Vendrell and Pau Casals are inseparable. The musician was born and lived there for the first period of his life, before exile took him away from the Baix Penedès and the Costa Daurada. His memory permeates the whole town: you can visit his family home, where he spent his summers, the auditorium is named after him, a beautiful sculpture by Joseph Viladomat in Plaça Nova pays homage to him... even the motorway that takes us to the town bears his name. But El Vendrell offers plenty of other things to enjoy during a short but activity-packed getaway.
This getaway to Vila-seca i la Pineda is focused predominantly on leisure and relaxation. This is the land of the PortAventura amusement park, but of lots more besides - you can also enjoy a water park, spa centres, and, of course, the area's beaches. Al lot of water is involved, as you can see. We will also explore some of the unknown corner of this town on the Costa Daurada.
Where to eat and stay on the Costa Daurada
Cultural venues: museums, monasteries, theatres...
- Inici a l'antiga església de Sant Francesc (Oficina de Turisme), 43400