Costa Dorada is the dazzling resort to escape to when you need a Spanish holiday with sun, sand, and the sensational sea. It’s a resort popular with singles too, as it provides a lively nightlife for those who want to party as well as a coast to please the most discerning beach-lovers. The smell of Spanish cooking and the sound of music can be enjoyed throughout Costa Dorada towns such as Salou and the quieter Tarragona, with the summery ambience being helped by the ever-shining sun and the friendly locals. Costa Dorada, which translates to mean “Golden Coast”, gets its name from the 50 miles of gold sand that make up its picturesque coastline.
Families – Theme parks and beaches galore offer days of pleasure for children and adults alike.
Groups – The combination of beaches and a lively nightlife means that groups of friends will always have something to relish.
Outdoor fans – You can enjoy watersports, diving, snorkelling, hiking, and more.
2 hours approximately
11°C (January) - 25°C (August)
Salou has beautiful beaches and a buzzing nightlife, making it perfect for groups and couples that love to party. You’ll find clubs, pubs, restaurants, and bars all close to each other and to the holiday accommodation, meaning that adults who love to dance and socialise have endless places to play. Families will love the Salou theme parks, as well as the clear, safe waters where children can paddle and swim during the day.
Cap Salou is a sleepy resort that offers respite from its rowdier, more thrill-seeking neighbour Salou. You’ll find theme parks to entertain the children and kids-at-heart, and of course the beaches that Costa Dorada is famous for. Tranquil bays and secret coves give Cap Salou’s coast a rugged feel, while the forests and impressive clifftops provide a soothing scenic backdrop.
La Pineda offers Blue Flag beaches and the prime opportunity for day trips to Barcelona, one of Spain’s most visited cities. People from across the country flock to La Pineda every year, to relish its thrilling theme parks, waterparks, and watersports. Compared with Salou, La Pineda remains a fairly quiet resort, so it offers the perfect holiday for visitors seeking traditional Spanish charms, a chilled-out atmosphere, and convenient access to other popular Spanish resorts.
Cambrils is a small fishing town that is almost certainly the best choice for visitors seeking relaxation. It’s a charming and romantic port, offering an authentic Spanish experience complete with Michelin-star restaurants and sophisticated alternatives to the more vibrant appeal of its neighbours. You’ll find 9 Blue Flag beaches in Cambrils, as well as inviting opportunities for breathtaking scuba dives and windsurfing.
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