Costa Daurada

We show you routes to discover the nature, culture, gastronomy and beaches of the Costa Daurada

Salou: Nature, adventure and sports
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Salou: Nature, adventure and sports

Salou has much to offer in autumn and winter, with exciting outdoor activities, and peaceful seaside walks

The land of human towers and monastic heritage
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The land of human towers and monastic heritage

The Ruta del Cister boasts natural caves and havens of modernisme

Getaway to Priorat: The fruits of the earth
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Getaway to Priorat: The fruits of the earth

Taste the flavourful olive oil and wines and explore the ancient streets of the region's villages

L’Hospitalet de l’Infant i La Vall de Llors
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L’Hospitalet de l’Infant i La Vall de Llors

The perfect combo of a tranquil, mountainous interior with popular blue-flag beaches

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Getaway to Calafell: Family fun guaranteed
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Getaway to Calafell: Family fun guaranteed

The beaches are lovely, but the friendly town also has fun things to do all year round, especially for families

Culture, vineyards and water
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Culture, vineyards and water

Explore the monuments and seafront in Vila-seca i La Pineda, as well as the locally produced wines

The beach and the world of Pau Casals
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The beach and the world of Pau Casals

Catalan musician Pau Casals was born in Vendrell and spent his first years there before his exile

A passion for modernisme and the origins of vermouth
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A passion for modernisme and the origins of vermouth

Reus, where Antoni Gaudí spent his childhood, boasts exceptional buildings, great shopping, and tasty vermouth

Getaway to the Prades Mountains and the Llaberia Serra
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Getaway to the Prades Mountains and the Llaberia Serra

This Costa Daurada area is an ideal place to spend a couple of days in lush nature

From Tárraco to medieval castles
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From Tárraco to medieval castles

Discover plenty on this two-day visit to Tarragona and its surrounding area on the Costa Daurada

Festivals, fairs and activities all year round!

Cultural venues: museums, monasteries, theatres...

Castle-Monastery of Escornalbou (Riudecanyes)
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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.

Iberian Settlement in Calafell
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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.

Castell del Vi Wine Centre (Falset)
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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.

Escaladei Carthusian Monastery (La Morera de Montsant)
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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.

Pere Mata Institute (Reus)
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Pere Mata Institute (Reus)

Designed by Lluís Domènech i Montaner, this psychiatric hospital, considered to be one of the jewels of European Modernisme, is located about 10 minutes drive from the centre of Reus. The magnificent “Pavilion of the Distinguished” is the only part of the ensemble that is open to visits and cultural events, and preserves all of its spectacular original decor (stained glass, ceramics, mosaics, furniture ...). The guided tour is free and lasts approximately 40 minutes

Royal Monastery of Santes Creus
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Royal Monastery of Santes Creus

Unlike the Monastery of Poblet, Santes Creus has been uninhabited for some decades now. But that does mean that visitors can enter all of its spaces, some of which have been turned into museum exhibits. This is a beautiful monastery, whose cloister is a perfect example of the transition from the Romanesque to the Gothic style and which boasts exquisitely detailed capitals. The church, which contains the tombs of a number of Kings of the Crown of Aragon, is another highlight of the visit.

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