The Costa Daurada, a place of never-ending possibilities

With nearly 100 kilometres of coastline, the Costa Daurada offers its visitors beaches of fine sand and warm, shallow waters. To the south is the fascinating landscape of the Ebro Delta Natural Park and Nature Reserve.
Tarragona is a province of contrasting scenery that ranges from the golden sand and blue waters of the Mediterranean beaches to the imposing Montsant and La Mussara mountains.
Its cultural attractions include the monuments of Roman Tarraco, the mediaeval monasteries of the Cistercian Route, the Modernist architecture of Reus, and the cooperative wineries designed by Cesar Martinell and now catalogued as Assets of Cultural Interest. Wine lovers from all over the world are attracted to the area by the province’s six wine designations of origin.
The Costa Daurada is also the ideal destination for those looking for an active or sporting holiday, with options ranging from water sports to golf. For a combination of fun and thrills you need look no further than the area’s theme parks and water parks.

Useful addresses

Oficina Turismo Generalitat
Carrer Fortuny, 4 – 43001 TARRAGONA
Tel.:  + 34 977 233 415   Fax: + 34 977 244 702
www.catalunyaturisme.com
tarracogene@telefonica.net

Tarragona
Tarragona History Museum
Tel.:  +34 977 242 220
www.museutgn.com
mht@tgna.altanet.org

Municipal Tourist Board of Tarragona
Tel.:  +34 977 250 795
www.tarragonaturisme.es

Reus
Oficina de Turismo de Reus
Tel.:  + 34 902.360.200
infoturisme@reus.net

Salou
Tourist Office
www.visitasalou.es
Nautica Costa Dorada station
www.estacionautica.info