Ten different activities to make the most of your vacation. Experience an unforgettable adventure with the endless activities and places to visit that you will find in the paradise of the Costa Dorada.
1. The best theme park in Europe, PortAventura.
At the epicenter of the Costa Dorada, you will find the best amusement park in all of Europe. Fun is guaranteed at PortAventura and Ferrari Land, a theme park inspired by the famous automobile brand. Enjoy their attractions and different themed areas set in various parts of the world. Both young and old will have a wonderful experience.
2. Discover Trabucador Beach
Discover the unique nature of Trabucador Beach. It is a long and wide stretch of sand in the middle of the sea, with water on both sides. More than just a beach, it is a marvel. Explore this extensive sandy pathway that extends into the sea and ends at the unique peninsula of Punta de la Banya.
3. Visit Punta del Fangar
At one end of the Delta, we find a beautiful desert filled with fine golden sand that covers several kilometers of extension. Don’t miss one of the most visited places in the Ebro Delta and discover Faro del Fangar, a large lighthouse converted into the only building on this incredible desert peninsula.
4. Natural Park of the Ebro Delta
Come to the largest aquatic habitat in Catalonia. A unique natural park unlike any other. The singularity of the Ebro Delta stands out in its gastronomy, fauna, flora, and unique geographical shape along the Mediterranean coast. A spectacular landscape wonder in its form and essence, a perfect place for your vacation.
5. MIRAVET AND ITS TEMPLAR CASTLE
In a location prior to the mouth of the Ebro River and the Natural Park of the Delta del Ebro, we find a picturesque and unique village. Its houses are nestled between the banks of the Ebro River and a hill crowned by the ruins of an impressive medieval Templar castle. It’s a magnificent postcard where we can see the medieval castle of the Templar Order of Europe, protecting the lands of the Ebro River from the heights of the village of Miravet.
6. Visit Cala Forn
Visit Cala Forn, one of the most beautiful coves on the Costa Dorada. Located between the municipalities of l’Ametlla de Mar and Calafat, this stunning cove in the southern part of the Costa Dorada offers a unique experience of being surrounded by the sea and nature. It is an ideal spot for snorkeling and discovering the hidden marine biodiversity. Its crystal-clear waters and fine golden sand characterize this wonderful cove.
7. Discover the historical-artistic ensemble of Tortosa.
Visit the Renaissance city on the banks of the Ebro River. Historically, Tortosa has always been a multicultural and open place. Perfect for family or friends to visit and engage in various activities. Located between the natural parks of Delta del Ebro and els Ports, Tortosa has great tourist attractions to visit, such as the Cathedral, the Jewish Quarter, and various Renaissance buildings. Make the most of your vacation and experience Tortosa to the fullest!
8. Exploring the landscapes of the Vía Verde
A wide variety of landscapes and hidden places in the midst of nature. The Vía Verde is a route that follows the old railway line that used to end in Tortosa. The absence of significant slopes makes the route accessible to all types of tourists. It is an idyllic path for non-motorized means of transportation such as cycling, horseback riding, or hiking, which passes through countless landscapes such as Els Ports, the Ebro Valley, and the Delta.
9. Cultural tours and museum route in Tarragona
Tarragona is a must-visit city for historical tourism. It was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO for its countless archaeological sites and visitable areas. In its time, Tarraco was the capital of one of the provinces of the Roman Empire, a fact that the city proudly inherits today. It has a rich history that has left an unparalleled cultural and archaeological legacy in the city.
10. MODERNIST WINERY ROUTE
Discover the architectural beauty and wine culture on the modernist winery route. On this route, you can visit different wineries that stand out for their modernist design, characterized by elegance and artistic details. You can admire magnificent facades, carefully decorated interiors, and learn about the history and production of wine in the region.