Relaxation on the beach with crystal clear water and fine sand is not all that Costa Dorada offers. It has proposals for everyone, without exception: for families who want to please their children with all kinds of entertainment; for couples looking for tranquility and a romantic atmosphere; for young and active people who love fun and dancing until the morning; for senior people who prefer quiet walks and gastronomic diversity.
To complete your stay with unforgettable experiences, we have asked our team to share your favorite places on the Costa Dorada.
An experience not to be missed on your visit to Costa Dorada. The large PortAventura World park, where you find all kinds of attractions and numerous show programs. The park is divided into six zones: the Mediterranean, China, Polynesia, the Wild West, Mexico and Sésamo Aventura. The first five offer incredible adventures in exotic countries, and the last one is dedicated to kids.
If you are passionate about F1 and this legendary brand, you cannot miss a visit to the
impressive theme park with the highest roller coaster in Europe, the Red Force. If you want to
feel like an F1 driver you can do it in Maranello Grand Race and the smallest “racers” in Junior
To cool off on a hot day, the Caribe Aquatic Park is the ideal place. Here you will find water slides of different degrees and heights, pools of various depths, artificial beaches, restaurants, cafes, shops and much more.
A unique experience, swimming with bluefin tuna and feeding them in the open sea. The adventure, suitable for all ages, begins in the port of L'Ametlla de Mar from where you will depart aboard a catamaran. During the journey you will learn the historical importance that this marine species has for humans, as well as the process of feeding and caring for these giants.
It is one of the most visited attractions on the Costa Dorada where, in addition to endless water slides for adults and children, you will also find a dolphinarium where they offer impressive shows with dolphins and sea lions. They also offer the possibility of swimming with dolphins and interacting with them in small groups of people.
The ancient Roman city of Tarraco, declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco, is a point of interest for all lovers of history and architecture. It is a modern city that preserves a large part of its Roman roots. Be sure to visit the Roman amphitheater, located by the sea, the aqueduct called Devil's Bridge, the Colonia Forum, the Cathedral, the balcony of the Mediterranean ... Among its many festivals we highlight Tarraco Viva or Santa Tecla, which are lived on the street with different acts.
Declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO, it is the largest wetland area in Catalonia. Its landscape is unique but what makes this space really special are its environmental policies, which have managed to preserve the environment while it has been exploited obtaining very high quality products. If you want to live the experience of eating in the middle of the bay, do not hesitate to book at the Musclarium restaurant, located above the mussels farms, a different way of enjoying seafood.
This route through the Catalan Cistercian heritage features three monasteries: Poblet, Santa María de Vallbona and Santes Creus. All of them stand out for their architecture and the beauty of the landscapes that surround them. Your visit will allow us to discover beautiful regions with a rich gastronomy, crafts, architecture and nature. You cannot miss the wines and cavas of the area, their quality makes them unique.
It is the capital of vermouth, modernist architecture and the birthplace of Antonio Gaudí. Full of impressive modernist buildings, it offers the possibility of combining a stroll through the city with shopping in its shopping centers and stores. We cannot leave it without trying its modern gastronomic offer, you have to taste a good aperitif in the quintessential cradle of vermouth.
With more than two thousand years of history, the medieval city of Montblanc is one of the
most interesting in the province of Tarragona. It has the best preserved medieval walls in all of
Catalonia, some wonderful Gothic churches and some old houses that will take us to other
times. Strolling through its narrow streets lined with stone, we can reach the door where,
according to legend, the battle of San Jordi with the dragon took place.
Every year in May, Medieval Week is celebrated with the representation of the legend of Sant Jordi, a medieval market and the Dracum Nocte show, in addition to an extensive program.
The Lumine Mediterranea Beach Golf, located next to PortAventura World, has 45 holes distributed in three courses: Lakes, Ruins and Hills, which add up to almost 15,000 meters of
The Gaudí Golf Club, enjoys a privileged location just 10 minutes from the center of Reus and 15 minutes from Tarragona, Cambrils and Salou. It has 18 holes par 71.
The Golf Costa Dorada, located in Catllar, is a sports center with magnificent facilities to practice Golf, Pitch & Putt, or play a game of tennis or paddle tennis.
The Golf Bonmont, Course, placed in Montbrió del Camp, was designed by one of the world's leading golf architects, Robert Trent Jones Jr, and has received praise from world-renowned players for being one of a kind.
Salou and Cambrils offer us various water activities, many of which we can enjoy as a family as they are mainly for children. We can receive windsurfing or water skiing courses, enjoy the ski bus, discharge adrenaline with the Flyboards or relax with a catamaran ride, practicing snorkeling or diving, which is also available for beginners. We cannot forget how close we are to the Ebro river or miss a kayak trip to know its valley.
Another adventure that we can live in the middle of nature is to take a Jeep route to get to know the inland area and enjoy viewpoints, lakes, waterfalls, traditional villages and be able to take a bath in little crowded areas and in direct contact with nature. For the more daring there are also options to practice canyoning in the Catalan mountains. Another different way to get to know our Costa Dorada is to go horse riding, enjoying the landscapes like you've never seen them before.
And after so much action, it is best to relax in one of the spectacular spas in the area. Among the different options, we highlight Aquum Spa & Wellness, in La Pineda, with facilities that have air beds, air and water beds, wrap-around beds, cervical projectors, waterfalls, water curtain, underwater jets, air banks, banks with jets, hot tuv and hydrodynamic river. Smaller and therefore more intimate is the Spa Hotel Grand Claustre located in Altafulla. It offers a thermal leisure circuit, a steam bath and a Finnish sauna with a limited number of attendees per shift.
Tarragona stands out for its unique vineyards, being the Spanish province with the most
Denominations of Origin. Starting with Priorat, the only wine region next to La Rioja whose DO
has the qualification Q for quality, the landscape and the weather of the Costa Dorada bring
together the best ingredients for growing vines. Conditions that have been used for thousands
of years and that made Tarragona wines one of the most praised since the times of the Roman
The diversity of its lands makes the province an ideal place for the grape harvest and its transformation into wine. It is with good reason it the one that adds the most DO: Catalunya, Penedès, Tarragona, Conca de Barberà, Montsant, Priorat y Terra Alta. Without forgetting the Cava, of course.
The gastronomic diversity is one of the attractions of the Costa Dorada, which has countless
establishments with an excellent range of restaurants. The two oldest and most historic are in
the fishing village of Cambrils. On the one hand, Can Bosch, which has enjoyed a star from the
prestigious Michelin guide since 1984, and on the other, Rincón de Diego, which has been
part of this select group since 2005.
The Deliranto restaurant in Salou has been the last to join the list of those distinguished with a star.
About 80 km away, in the regions near the Ebro Delta, we find three more restaurants with Michelin stars. In the small town of Ulldecona: Les Moles y l’Antic Molí. The other is Villa Retiro, located in Xerta, within the majestic hotel of the same name, with a 5-star category.
Take advantage of our exclusive chef at home service to enjoy your vacation without worrying about having to cook. We offer you the possibility of booking our exclusive catering service, in charge of the prestigious Castillo de Javier de Salou, which includes a private chef at home so that you do not have to worry about absolutely anything in terms of food. Simply contact us, tell us what you would like to eat and we will serve it.
Highlights of the Costa Dorada is the sea, with fish and shellfish as the protagonists. The fishermen bring seafood and blue fish recognized by the Denomination of Origin "Blue Fish of Tarragona". The fishing village of Cambrils, the main reference of the gastronomic culture of the area, has more than 150 restaurants, where they show their marine and agricultural wealth in each meal that, combined with an infinity of culinary customs, gives rise to one of the tourist attractions of the region: its native cuisine. The fishing district, "El Serrallo", is one of the most typical of the city, where you can find restaurants that offer cuisine based on fresh sea products.