This maritime province, a land of wine cellars par excellence, is located in the North of the Iberian Peninsula, and it has some of the greatest beaches in Spain, where you will be able to enjoy of the most splendid summers in the so famous Costa Dorada, or explore it during its mild winters. Although you will also find here a place of spectacular and very different flora and fauna open to be explored and discovered by visitors. We recommend you choose to do rural tourism in Tarragona since it is an option that combines sea, beaches and history alike.
Experiencing the Costa Dorada will surely be something that time won't erase, like it hasn't erased the history behind the ancient Roman amphitheater, city walls, and circus, traces of the life and nature still alive in this region. You will also find here the monastery of Poblet, a UNESCO world heritage site of immense cultural value.
And its natural spaces do not fall short either, and we are not only talking about its beaches. The natural park of Els Ports and the one of Priorat, with the mountain of Montsant as the main focus of attention, make this an ideal destination for an unforgettable escape to nature.
The local gastronomy is known for making visitors wear a bib, unless you don't mind covering yourself in the 'romesco' sauce that you dip in the delicious 'calçots', and many other grilled meals.