Just come and visit and enjoy this beautiful surrounding!
On the shores of the Mediterranean, right on the Costa Daurada, former Roman Tarraco offers us an important legacy of monuments amid extensive beaches all renowned for their extremely fine, golden sand. Its archaeological remains, forming a World Heritage Site, are one of the points of interest of this Catalan city.
From here you can make countless trips, because since it was founded, Tarragona has been connected to the surrounding countryside and villages by paths, some of which are as old as the city itself. Visitors can see many monuments all around, like Monastery of Poblet, and Tarragona preserves many buildings from the period of the Roman empire, this is a cultural option added to those offered by a coastline on the shores of the Mediterranean sea: seaside towns, tasty fish and seafood and any number of water sports.
Costa Daurada which means – Golden Coast – in Catalan, all beaches and caves of Costa Daurada have long gradual slopes, swimming under a mild climate with the perfect water from June to September, and sun-lovers can lie out or simply stroll along the coast practically all year round.