The Costa Daurada, a place of never-ending possibilities

The Costa Daurada has 216 km of Mediterranean coastline at the southern end of which is the Ebro Delta..

 

In a few words the Costa Daurada can be defined as a landscape of great contrasts. In it we find natural areas of great beauty and interest. The beaches are long and have fine sands that shelve gently into crystalline waters.

There are many interesting places to visit such as the Iberian citadel of Calafell, Roman Tarraco, the Cistercian monasteries of Poblet and Santes Creus, the Reus Modernist Route or the wine route around the region’s main designation of origin areas.

The resorts also offer a vast range of entertainment, leisure and sports facilities and services.


For more information:

Catalan Tourist Office

Carrer Fortuny, 4 – 43001 TARRAGONA

Tel.: + 34 977 233 415 Fax: + 34 977 244 702

Mail: ot.tarragona@gencat.cat

Web: www.catalunyaturisme.com

Tarragona

Tarragona Museum of History

Tel.: +34 977 242 220

Mail: mht@tgna.altanet.org

Web: www.museutgn.com

Tarragona Tourist Office

Tel.: +34 977 250 795

www.tarragonaturisme.es

Web: www.museutgn.com

 

Reus

Reus Tourist Office

Tel.: + 34 902.360.200

Mail: infoturisme@reus.net

Salou

Salou Tourist Office

Web: www.visitasalou.es

Estación Nautica Costa Dorada

Web: www.estacionautica.info

 
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