Eleven routes to discover the nature, culture, gastronomy and beaches of the Costa Daurada
- Getaway to the land of liquid gold
- Camí de Ronda in Salou
- Tarragona seen from new angles
- Historic retailers in a shopping city
- Escape to the Ruta del Cister
More Costa Daurada getaways
In the capital of Baix Penedès, visit a winery and the summer home of Pau Casals, an excellent two-part trip in the capital of Baix Penedès, El Vendrell, in the north of the Costa Daurada.
The walks are signposted, easy and ideal to do with the family In 2014, seven itineraries were created for exploring Mont-roig del Camp - Miami Platja, a town located at the heart of the Costa Daurada that is made up of a historic centre some kilometres inland, and an area by the sea popular with summer tourists.
Enjoy a relaxed stroll through the medieval streets of Prades in the Baix Camp, where you're surrounded by mountains but on flat ground with walls, houses and a church in a spectrum of red tones.
Vandellòs i l'Hospitalet de l'Infant covers more than 102km2 in the Costa Daurada, and its five towns are a perfect combination of sea and land. To enjoy both the inland areas and the beaches, we recommend a walking route that will take you to four of these towns in around three hours.
You’ll find five kilometres of fine-sand beaches in Calafell, in the north of the Costa Daurada, an area well-known to both locals and visitors as a summer destination. However, in the town itself, there are many other great sights to see, making it a place worth visiting at any time of the year.
In Vila-seca i La Pineda, discover wetlands with reedbeds and grasslands that serve as shelter to a variety of fauna, including a number of species at risk of extinction. This is a fragile area with important environmental value, and has been protected since 1992.
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