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Costa Dorada

Costa Dorada runs south from Barcelona and is a stunning part of Spain’s Mediterranean coast. The region is an intriguing blend of ancient and modern rural and urban, traditional and contemporary. From the Roman ruins of Tarragot ~ the tourist theme parks of Port Aventura, Costa Dorada is an idyllic area blessed with perfect climate and a fascinating history.

From its ancient Roman remains to its ultramodern marina Torredembarra is a rich blend of cultural diversity, commerce and leisure in an unbeatable climate and location. The town boasts a tong, wide and fine sandy beach, a busy shopping district and many wonderful restaurants and bars. There a lively market. Torredembarra is also renowned for its dramatic fiestas, featuring human towers, devil giants, ‘bigheads’, stick dancers and wonderful music.

The 18th and 19th centuries were the golden age the town’s maritime history, although Torredembarra also has a strong medieval flavour, thanks to its walls, castle, tower, churches and the layout of the well preserved old quarter.

Altafutta’s main attraction is the ruins of a Roman villa Ets Munts, on a hilt overlooking the sea, with the remains of its baths and mosaics welt preserved. Altafulla also has a historic walled town to explore. It’s a small town, with only moderate development for tourism, so it’s an ide place to tap into the authentic Spanish Mediterranean.

Altafulla is ideally located, making it a wonderful base fro which the amenities of busier towns can be easily reached Barcelona is less than an hour by train, so it’s perfect those who want to find a quiet, traditional and tranquil setting in which to live.., but not be cut-off from the world.

El Perello
El Perello is an agricultural village, famous for honey and has shops specialising in various types. It can be bought in ordinary glass jars or in lovely re-usable terracotta pots of all shapes and sizes.

The town square is well kept, full of bloom and colour and is home to a lively market selling wonderful Local produce. There is a good choice of reasonably priced bars, cafes and restaurants. Just outside the town, towards Rasquera, are the famous cave wall paintings in the Abric de Cobrafa’ixet and, in common with much of Costa Dorada, there are some interesting Roman ruins to explore.


Close to the nature reserve of the Delta del Ebro, L’Ampolla is a small Catalan fishing community. The town offers many excellent restaurants, featuring traditional shellfish, seafood and rice dishes. Popular with bird spotters, the Delta del Ebro estuary is rich in wildlife and offers wonderful tracks and trails for walkers and cyclists.

Lleida is a modern lively city full of amenities worth living throughout the year. Art, cultural events, festivals, gastronomy, shopping, international festivals, makes this city a first rate tourist destination. Strolling along its streets, tasting its gastronomy, seeing the city from Seu Vella are real pleasures. From the city you can easily reach the regions with wines and olive oils

Lleida is the most important demographic and economical centre in land Catalonia, situated in the north-east of Spain. It is the capital of Segria Region and the province that takes its name.

Lleida is located in one of the most fertile productive areas in Europe. On the River Segre, halfway between the sea and the mountains, situated between Barcelona (156 km) and Zaragoza (140 km).

The city, surrounded by water on all sides except one, has a beach that is popular all year round.
Peñíscola is one of the biggest tourist centres in the province of Castellon. The castle, built on a mound that looks as if it was anchored to the sea bed, is a reminder of the age of knights and battlemented fortresses that occupied the lands of Maestrazgo. The Pope Benedict 13th century, nicknamed "Moon Pope", chose this castle to shut himself away and fight for the unity of the Catholic Church. The fortress dominates the highest point in the peninsula. The parade ground is a delightful balcony where the visitor can gaze at the Mediterranean Sea; and the keep, the perfect platform to get a beautiful panoramic view of the coast. In spring and summer, the walled enclosure hosts a Spanish comedy film festival, and a Baroque and antique music festival.

The Costa Dorada’s main city, Tarragona, has almost doubled in size during the last few decades, its residential districts continually expanding around the medieval core. Tarragona, originally built on a rocky bluff, can trace its roots back to 218 BC, when it was founded by the ancient Romans as a legionnaires military base. Vestiges of its past still remain in the form of ruins of the Roman amphitheatre, aqueduct, forum and other buildings sited on the Paseo Arqueologico (Archaeological Avenue), which leads to some panoramic viewpoints. A wide boulevard called the Rambla Nova represents the modern main street outside the old city walls. A popular outing for visitors is to explore the old harbour, known as El Serrallo, to watch the fishing boats arrive and auction their catch. The city also sports some excellent beaches on its doorstep, including Playa Llarga, regarded as one of the biggest and best on the Catalonian coast. Among the many museums is an archaeological museum devoted to Roman antiquities; the Diocesan Museum displaying Gothic paintings, sculptures and tapestries; and a house museum detailing the life and career of renowned cellist, Pablo Casals.

Cities in Spain to visit Alicante, Barcelona, Granada, Madrid, Malaga, Murcia, Seville and Valencia on your holidays in Spain.
About Spain information on the costas Costa Blanca, Costa Brava, Costa Dorada, Costa Calida, Costa Del Azahar, Costa de Almeria, Costa del Sol, Costa Tropical and Costa de la Luz for your holidays in Spain.
Places to visit in Andalusia Almeria, Benalmadena, Cadiz, Estepona, Fuengirola, Huelva, Marbella, Mijas, Nerja and Torremolinos.

Places in Spain to visit around Murcia, Cabo Roig, La Zenia, Orihuela, Mar Menor, Playa Flamenca, Punta Prima, San Pedro del Pinatar, Torrevieja, and Villamartin on your cheap holidays in Spain.

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