Cambrils was originally a fishing town but in recent years has become a popular tourist destination for value seekers. The beautiful boulevards and amazing beaches are well worth a visit. In the marina, the fishing boats unload the fresh fish that can be ordered a little later in one of the many culinary restaurants in Cambrils. You can always enjoy the local drink specialty ‘Vermut’ with some delicious tapas on the cozy terraces. An additional advantage is that, unlike some other tourist towns, Cambrils is open all year round.


A bit busier than Cambrils in the summer season, but this city has a lot to offer. Salou has probably the most famous boulevard of the Costa Dorada with its wide pedestrian path and long rows of beautiful palm trees where many terraces and bars can be found. Not to be missed are the beautiful fountain shows that you can watch for free in the evening on the boulevard.


Reus is known as the birthplace of the famous Spanish architect Gaudí (his masterpieces Sagrada Familia and Parc Guëll are a must visit in Barcelona!). The city is home to the only museum entirely devoted to the life and work of the architect: the Gaudí Center Reus. Furthermore, in this second largest city in the province, there are many beautiful buildings, as well as authentic shops and great local restaurants and tapas bars.


INFINITUM is a leading golf venue in Salou. Voted ‘Europe’s Best Golf Venue’ twice in a row, there’s no doubt that INFINITUM is a golfer’s paradise. There is also plenty of choice in terms of terrains: Hills (18 holes), Lakes (18 holes) and Ruins (9 holes). The beautiful view of the Mediterranean Sea and the landscape with pine trees and cliffs complete the picture. Finally, enjoy a delicious dinner at the Hills Clubhouse while watching the sun set.


The largest city in the province of the same name, and especially interesting to soak up some culture. In Tarragona, several buildings from the Roman period can be found, of which 14 buildings have been placed on the UNESCO World Heritage List as an archaeological collection. To further highlight the city’s history, there are also 2 rich archaeological museums. In addition, there are also many impressive buildings from medieval Tarragona to view. There are also many (international) shops here, and the many restaurants serve top-quality dishes. The Mercado Central is also recommended for foodies, where the locals come to buy their fresh food in a beautiful indoor market hall.


PortAventura World is an ideal daytrip for kids. It’s one of the largest and most beautiful amusement park resorts in Europe and one of the most popular tourist destinations in all of Spain. PortAventura main park has 6 themes from China to the Far West and is beautifully decorated. Some of the most spectacular attractions are Shambhala, Dragon Khan and Furius Baco. There is also a lot to do for the little ones, including a complete Sesame Street mini park. Thrill seekers can visit the brand new Ferrari Land where Red Force is located, the fastest and highest attraction in Europe. You can cool off in the Caribe Aquatic Park, a water paradise where great slides can be found in the middle of a Caribbean paradise.