Costa Dorada

Choose the Costa Dorada.

Located in the southern part of Catalonia, specifically in the province of Tarragona, it is an area that stands out for its beautiful beaches. It is known for the golden color of the sand when the sun reflects on it.

Costa Dorada

On the Costa Dorada you don’t have to flip the coin, you can have it all. From a romantic night in a town lost in the Prades mountains to a family day on one of the best beaches in the Mediterranean. Stroll among the jewels of modernism or the vestiges of Roman civilization or enjoy the adrenaline of one of the best theme parks in the world, PortAventura World.

The Costa Daurada is also a paradise for the little ones in the house, as it offers the possibility of enjoying the serenity of nature while participating in endless fun and educational activities.

Nature

The interior of the Costa Dorada is an exceptional setting to enjoy nature. It is a paradise for lovers of outdoor sports, surrounded by green colors – from the leaves of hazel trees and vineyards –, gray colors – from olive trees – and ocher and brown colors – from the stones of monasteries and churches –, all surrounded of the blue of the sky.

Culture

Shall we get into the DeLorean from the movie Back to the Future? Come on! The Costa Dorada could perfectly offer you a journey through time, from the vestiges of prehistoric culture, whose trace can be seen in L’Espluga de Francolí or the Iberian remains in Calafell, passing through the Roman heritage of ancient Tarraco, considered a World Heritage Site. of Humanity by UNESCO. Without forgetting the medieval past on the Cistercian Route to modernism that comes to life through the so-called Paisatge dels Genis route, which takes a tour through the modernism of Gaudí in Reus, the heritage of Joan Miró in Mont-roig and the influences of Pau Casals in El Vendrell.

Gatronomy

Also at the table, this pleasant dichotomy is reproduced. Well-stewed meats in the interior and fish or seafood from the market in the coastal towns. In addition, the classic calçots dipped in romesco sauce or the tasty tuna salads with xató sauce coexist with the most hipster trends, such as the recovered vermouth culture that is added to an emblematic wine culture, with a representation of some of the Designations of Origin most appreciated in Catalonia.

The Costa Dorada is a rich and diverse food and wine destination, steeped in tradition and renewed with creative elaboration. The white, red and rosé wines from the Montsant, Tarragona, Conca de Barberà, Penedès and DOC Priorat Denominations of Origin bring to the palate all the shades of a landscape that has made wine-growing activity its own culture.

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