Costa Daurada

Eleven routes to discover the nature, culture, gastronomy and beaches of the Costa Daurada

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Discover Calafell

Visit a centuries-old village and do some Nordic walking along the coastal route

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A trip to the sea and mountains

In this 48-hour getaway, you’ll discover L’Hospitalet de l’Infant i La Vall de Llors

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The Tarragonès region

Take a trip to see the best watchtower in Tarragona and walking routes overlooking the sea

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Modernisme galore and a city of shopping

Visit Reus for its architectural history and heritage, as well as some world-class shopping

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Priorat: Land of good wine... and much more!

Sundials, tortoises, mines and the first Carthusian monastery on the Spanish peninsula, all in one full-on trip

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Festivals, fairs and activities all year round!

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La Ruta del Cister: Medieval spirit and land of human towers

Immerse yourself in Valls, and get to know the ducal town of Montblanc

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Escape to Salou for sun, sea and fun

Take a trip to the local beaches and PortAventura theme park, enjoy a round of golf, and get to know Salou in-depth

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El Vendrell i Coma-ruga: Mediterranean breeze

The plain of Baix Penedès runs from the mountains to the sea, where a Mediterranean breeze comes in

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Vila-seca i La Pineda – a water-themed break

Enjoy a relaxing and fun trip to the region of Aquopolis and PortAventura

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Cambrils: culture and gastronomy

Take your time to get to know the gastro capital of the Costa Daurada

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Getaway to the Costa Daurada Mountains

Visit the green interior of the Costa Daurada, with its many attractions

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Cultural venues: museums, monasteries, theatres...

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Olive Oil Museum (L'Hospitalet de l'Infant)

This old oil mill has been restored and converted into an interpretation center dedicated to the world of olive oil. Its modern museum exhibits invite visitors to discover and explore the world of olive oil through the mill’s original machinery and the testimony of some of the millers who once worked there.

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Castle-Monastery of Escornalbou (Riudecanyes)

A castle that is peculiar, to say the least, from a time in which the wealthy bourgeoisie acquired historic buildings and adapted them to their tastes to make them their homes. Eduard Toda rehabilitated a monastery founded in 1153, with excellent views of the surrounding area. So, Sant Miquel d'Escornalbou is part early 20th century manor house and partly the remains of a remarkable religious building.

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Iberian Settlement in Calafell

There are not many places where you can stroll around a reconstruction of an Iberian settlement “in situ”. Following meticulous research, the archaeologists here have reproduced the walls, streets and houses that stood here between the 6th and the 1st centuries BC.

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Miró Centre (Mont-Roig del Camp)

A tribute to an illustrious visitor to the village, this interpretation centre focussing on Joan Miró and his work, occupies an original setting in the old church in Mont-Roig del Camp. We’ll find everything from facsimile reproductions of paintings related to the village to videos on his work and his relationship to Mont-Roig.

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Castell del Vi Wine Centre (Falset)

A modern centre set in an old building – the castle of The Counts of Prades in Falset – where you can take a journey through the culture of Priorat wine. Audiovisual presentations, large panels and even a tasting room in which you can put your palate to the test, make for an entertaining visit that is suitable for all ages.

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Escaladei Carthusian Monastery (La Morera de Montsant)

Located in a unique setting, Escaladei (12th century) was the first Carthusian monastery in the Iberian Peninsula and is a must for all visitors to Priorat. Even though much of the original monastery is now in ruins, you can still get an idea of the splendour of the place from its three cloisters, one of which is fully restored, its church, refectory, a cell that has been thoroughly reconstructed... You can also take advantage of your visit here to explore the surrounding countryside.

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