Profiter de la nature
Profiter de la mer
Une pause bien être
The Costa Dorada offers visitors a privileged climate, temperate and mild with an average temperature of 23º C. and wide beaches of fine sand. Tarragona has a typical and varied cuisine and a rich monumental heritage declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
The campsite has more than 12,000 shade and ornamental trees typical of the Mediterranean climate (mulberry, elm, poplar, willow, pine, pine, olive, acacia, melia, tuya, cypress, etc.). We have two hygiene service buildings, located in the central street, with independent washbasins, baths for children up to 6 years old, complete washbasins with showers for people with reduced mobility, baby changer, free hot water in all showers and washbasins, chemical water. The pool shelter has an area of 2000 m2 and has 3 swimming pools, a 36-metre long water slide and a solarium with hammocks for sunbathing.
Enjoy the beaches of La Pineda and the coves of Cap Salou, with fine sand, clear, calm and shallow waters, ideal for walking, swimming or water sports with family or friends. The Costa Dorada offers visitors a privileged climate, with an average temperature of 23ºC, a typical and varied cuisine, a rich cultural and historical heritage. It was the birthplace of artists and geniuses like the musician Pau Casals or the painter Joan Miró. Tarragona, a World Heritage Site, has the oldest and largest Roman wall built outside Italy, with the largest public square (Provincial Forum) in the Roman Empire, with a 217 metre long aqueduct, considered one of the best examples of running water supply, with an amphitheatre on the sea and an imposing 290 metre circus, among others. Come and discover Tarragona, a city open to the sea, idyllic city in Roman times for its pleasant climate, the quality of its lights and the beauty of the landscape.