Apartments in the Costa Dorada: short-term accommodation
Costa Dorada is the name given to the coastal territory that runs from Tarragona down to the opening of the Ebro River. It has a mild Mediterranean climate, with hot summers and a pleasant winter. It’s known for its preserved archaeological remains and small locations that retain their authenticity, where the hand of progress has yet to affect the local culture. Among the biggest attractions is the city of Tarragona, which is declared a World Heritage Site. On the Costa Dorada you can find beaches and coves, rich heritage and culture, incredible scenery and all types of fun. There is booming economic activity and a large agricultural production of almonds, mushrooms and oranges, as well as an abundance of seafood. The cuisine is one of the biggest attractions thanks to the perfect mix of products from the land and from the sea, characteristic of the Mediterranean diet. Everything you enjoy can be found here, so rent from our collection of apartments in the Costa Dorada and choose whichever suits you best.
Accommodation in the Costa Dorada
Renting one of our Costa Dorada apartments is the best option for your holidays. We have apartments for groups or large families, all furnished with style and comfort. The apartments are spacious and comfortable and are located close to the most popular places to visit among tourists. For those who prefer to live without complications we have a wide range of well-equipped studios. Don’t wait another day to book your Costa Dorada accommodation.
Places to go in the Costa Dorada
- Salou is the most important tourist destination in the Costa Dorada. It’s located 7 kilometers from Tarragona and 8 from Reus. The most well-known beach is called Levante, with more than one kilometer of fine sand, showers, bathrooms and the Jaume I marina. There is also the Salou lighthouse, the Villa Romana de Barenys and the Port Aventura theme park.
- 30 kilometers to the south of Tarragona is Miami Platja, known for its panorama of activities such as thematic routes, sports and lots of nightlife. Its coastline is made up of beaches with bars, restaurants and beach clubs that are open late into the night in the summertime. You can visit Costa Zefir or go to the Bonmont Terres Noves golf club and other locations with beach and sun. You can also find small, forested inlets perfect for taking a rest in the shade on the really hot days.
- La Pineda is much more than just beach and sun, it has a golf course and the Aquópolis theme park, the tickets can be bought in advance at a lower price. The values range from €23.75 for the family to €14.90 per person.
- The historic center of Tarragona was the first Roman settlement. You can still see a vaulted gate around the Provincial Forum of Tarraco. In the old town, known as Part Alta, you can visit some of the nice cafes. The Roman Amphitheatre at Tarraco is not to be missed, with the remnants of the Visigoth basilica of Saint Fructoso and the archaeological remains of Tarraco’s Roman Circus. You can also spend an afternoon on the Rambla Nova, where shops, terraces and restaurants are located.
- La Ampolla is an old fishing town in the Delta del Ebro. It’s a town with lots of history and traditional festivals. Oysters are one of their gourmet delicacies, they can be prepared in various ways and in May and December the Delta oyster gastronomical festivals are celebrated. Another place to visit is La Bassa de les Olles, a lagoon in the Delta region with tremendous natural diversity where you can go bird watching.
- L’Ametlla de Mar is a small town open to tourism, where if you come with your family or your pet you will be given a warm welcome. If you enjoy food, there are lots of great restaurants with fresh seafood and products from the countryside. The beaches with calm waters and coves perfect for diving are what makes this town special.
- Almadraba is a fine, sandy beach that is 1,200 meters long. It is easily accessible and well marked. There is a boardwalk, restaurants and bars close by.
- Roda de Bará has three kilometers of coastline, two of which are beaches with fine-grained sand. Llarga Beach is the best and has been certified with the Blue Flag seal, which guarantees good water quality, services, safety and environmental sustainability. If you prefer small coves you can visit “el Roc” by bicycle, where you can surf the waves in the afternoon, although it can be risky because of the rocks.
- Reus, birthplace of the modernist architect Antoni Gaudí, it’s known for the Reus hazelnut, which is used in Mediterranean cooking. On the Modernist tour you can visit some of the local architecture such as the university hospital built in 1897. Vermouth prepared with masclet is one of Reus’s traditions, it’s a typical drink that you have to try.
- Hospitalet del Infante is named after the medieval hospital founded by Pere de Aragón. It’s located on the Mediterranean Sea at the foothills of the Sierra Mestral. The city has all the beauty and atmosphere of the Mediterranean, with terracotta houses with colorful roofs. You can enjoy the Arenal, Almadraba and Torn beaches as well as practice windsurfing, kitesurfing or just enjoy the warm waters. The cuisine is known for its amazing natural products. There is also a big marina with great tourist services.
- The marina of Calafat is located on the Gulf of Sant Jordi, where you can find the Calafat race circuit and two kilometers of coastline with beautiful coves and beaches perfect for water sports, sailing, diving and fishing.
- The main attraction of Cunit is the two kilometer long beach protected by 7 piers, built to prevent the beaches from losing sand.
Our Costa Dorada apartments are close to all these places. We guarantee that all of your time will be devoted to enjoyable activities, like learning about the region’s culture and visiting some of the many restaurants in order to take your palate for a Mediterranean ride.
How to get to the Costa Dorada
The Reus airport is located 7 kilometers from Tarragona. There are many bus lines that connect the airport with the different places on the Costa Dorada. Line 50 takes you to Reus and the trip costs € 3.