Ancient Tarraco was founded by Romans and it became one of the most important cities in the Mediterranean. These extraordinary archaeological remains were declared as UNESCO’S world heritage. The most important places are the walls surrounding the highest part of the city, the Roman circus, the Pretorius, the Amphitheatre, the Aqueduct, Mèdol’s quarry among other monuments of great beauty.
Moreover, Tarragona is also well known by its important medieval past, its modernist buildings, the picturesque fisherman’s quarter as well as its popular culture and fascinating traditions.
It is highly recommended to visit Tarragona during Easter, when numerous events take place. Events such as processions, steps or fraternities and traditions such as the recollection of thyme and eating “la mona” (Eastern typical cake). You cannot miss Tarraco Viva, a cultural international festival dedicated and specialised in history divulgation of Roman times.
With Port Aventura tickets you can visit for free Tarraco’s scale model, The House-Museum Castellarnau, the Archaeological path (roman walls), the Petrorium, and the Roman Circus, the Amphitheatre, the Roman Local Forum, Mèdol’s quarry and Casa Canals.
Gaudi centre Reus. It is located 20 minutes from the camping, in the heart of the city centre of Reus, the birthplace of the great genius of modernism Antoni Gaudí. It is the only interpreting centre including all his life and works, this will enable you to know him and reveal his secrets. The centre has the most innovative facilities and a cutting hedge audio-visual technology, created to open your mind and senses to new experiences.