This charming town is located at the heart of Baix Penedès region, the gateway to the Costa Dorada. The town is rich in history with Roman and Medieval buildings. Calafell offers something for all , whether culture and historical or a more active time with activities such as walking, trekking and mountain biking available. Calafell has sumptuous dining at the many restaurants that line the beachfront, with a selection of bars to enjoy both during the day and night.
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Indulge in Spanish culture by trying wonderful Spanish tapas dishes across the Costa Dorada region, try dishes such as pil pil prawns, manchego cheese, serrano ham, patatas bravas, spicy meatballs, Spanish omelette and so many more delicious delights! Make sure you take a night to enjoy some Spanish paella too, different variety with meat, fish and vegetables.
Located in Salou, Port Aventura is a fantastic attraction park, recently voted the most popular in Spain. Due to its size, it is split into six sections each with their own theme. These include the Far West section where you can enjoy a white-knuckle whitewater raft along the Grand Canyon, and the Mediterranean section, where you can experience the fastest rollercoaster in Europe! As well as rides to get your adrenalin pumping, Port Aventura offers a waterpark, plenty of dining options and spectacular shows. There really is something for the whole family here – well worth a visit!
One of the most famous Spanish cities, Barcelona is well worth a visit when you are holidaying in the Costa Dorada. Despite its size, it is easy to explore on foot, and there are many walking routes to ensure you experience all that there is to see. Without a doubt, one of Barcelona's top attractions is the modernist architecture, and the works of Antoni Gaudí. Just walking around you'll come across various examples of Gaudí's work throughout the city. The most famous are the Sagrada Família, impressive both outside and in; Park Güell, a space that emulates an English garden city; and La Pedrera. Barcelona is brimming with history, culture, architecture, superb cuisine, shopping and nightlife.
Tarragona offers a fantastic and varied day out. You can spend hours strolling along its colourful streets, relax on the sandy beaches, or visit the historic Roman monuments declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Shoppers can also find all they need within walking distance in the different commercial areas, or simply by strolling along Rambla Nova, a bustling strip that runs from the busy Plaça Imperial Tàrraco, to the famous “Balcó del Mediterrani”. Along the length of Rambla Nova and on the adjacent streets there is a wide range of shops from antiques to high-end designers.
Visit Calafell Old Quarter where the peaceful spot gets the best and most stunning views across the beautiful Calafell village and further.
The Saint Michael Church is located in the district of Segur de Calafell, this is not open to the public but you can go and visit the outside of the Church built in a Romanesque and gothic style.
The Castle of Santa Creu has magnificent views from castle hill, to get to this wonderful Castle you will go down narrow roads giving a medieval charm. The remains of the medieval necropolis with tombs carved into the rocks can be found here, giving you a real insight to the history.
The cities of Tarragona and Barcelona are close by and well worth a visit for those looking to explore historical and artistic architecture.
Cycle route, Fishing
Stand up paddle suurfing
Jet ski, Sail boats
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