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Stretching southwards from Barcelona all the way to Valencia, the Costa Daurada is one of Spain's most attractive coasts and is studded with fantastic beach resorts. Add in the urban appeal of Barcelona, and it's a great destination for families and groups of friends alike. At Venere, we have arranged partnerships with the finest Costa Daurada hotels. You'll find modern beach hotels with everything that families could need. There are also hotels in towns like Tarragona, and smaller coastal places to stay. Each one has been reviewed by visitors just like you and includes useful extras like location maps and photographs of sample rooms. Get the lowdown on the facilities on offer and make the best possible accommodation decision. Book right away to enjoy discounts from our partner hotels.

What's the Costa Daurada Like?

The main attraction of the Costa Daurada is the coast itself. Made up of a string of long, sandy beaches, it's the perfect destination for anyone who intends to perfect their tan. There are also plenty of family attractions in the area, such as the Port Aventura amusement park, with its enormous water slides and wave machines. There are more cultured attractions as well. Tarragona is an ancient city and boasts a spectacular Roman aqueduct, a gorgeous cathedral, and a Roman amphitheater as well. There are also some excellent artistic attractions, not least the Miro Center, which holds a great collection of the artist's modernist masterpieces. Barcelona also offers the beauty of the Sagrada Familia and other imaginative creations of Antonio Gaudi. But the main attractions near Costa Daurada hotels will be beaches like Altafulla, Callafell, and Torn.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Costa Daurada

The Costa Daurada is legendary for its beaches and relaxed outlook on life. Getting along with the locals should not pose much of a problem. However, they will be delighted if you can muster a few words in Spanish or, even better, the local Catalan. Travel along the coast like a local by using the superb Renfe train services (which are affordable and quick). Alternatively, take advantage of the many bicycle rental facilities and join cycle tour groups that head from beach to beach. You should make the most of Catalan cooking as well - from Butifarra (spiced sausage) to a nourishing bowl of Suquet de Peix (seafood stew). Tarragona also hosts some great events like the Roman Festival held in May which features gladiatorial re-enactments. Discover a magical stretch of coast with a booking via Venere.

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