Tarragona (Catalan: [tərəˈɣonə], Spanish: [taraˈɣona]) is a province of eastern Spain, in the southern part of the autonomous community of Catalonia. It is bordered by the provinces of Castellón, Teruel, Zaragoza, Lleida, Barcelona, and the Mediterranean Sea.
Restaurants in Province of Tarragona
4 based on 18 reviews
Booked saloh last year srayed in el paso hotel which meant we got free passes all week to portaventura world , and eating vouchers too wchich was good saved us money , theme park wasnts as bisy as we thought it was gonna be it was good days out good day out for older ones not sure about small kids there very very strict my daughter couldnt get on some things but better to be safe ehh ,good days all round definetly recommend
5 based on 104 reviews
We visited Celler Burgos Porta, home of the Mas Sinén wines on a Sunday. The owner, Salvador, took us around the vineyards, cellar and barrel maturation and explained everything in great detail and with much enthusiasm and with many anecdotes. This was followed by a tasting of 4 of his excellent wines - big, serious wines which are typical to the DOQ.
The drive there is also spectacular, so all-in-all a great experience!
5 based on 300 reviews
Celler Mas Vicenç is revolving the tradition. The winery produces renewed wines with modern image and quality. Our ambition is offer quality tour visits for all the targets.
What a beautiful little winery! We were so lucky to be able to get a private tour from the owner himself Vicenc as we were the only English speaking booked that day. It was a wonderful tour just over 1 hour long where we sampled...MoreThank you so much for your opinion! we are happy as you enjoyed the experience at our family winery :) you'll be allways welcome to Mas Vicenç! Vicenç
4.5 based on 191 reviews
Built by the architect Lluis Domenech i Montaner, Casa Navas is on her singularity uno de los mejores ejemplos of Modernism in nivel europeo. Built between 1901 and 1907, and located in the very center of the city, Domenech i Montaner Proyecto por Joaquim Navàs a building that housed the nueva dwelling and the property business of its client, and that mostraba the Plaza del Mercadal an imposing façade of stone with a tower located in the corner. Desgraciadamente, in 1938, during the War Civil los efectos de un bombardeo destruyeron is slim tower and the capping stepped original. (Limited places, booking is required at the Tourist Office)
There are nice modernist buildings in the cities and even though this one is not looking amazing from outside I recommend to you to five a chance to the house and visit it inside. It's really beautiful and thanks to visit it you can realise how beautiful is the modernist art, typical from the catalan region
4.5 based on 384 reviews
You can choose two beaches; the bay beach, warm and calm, or the open sea beach where with chilly water and wavy. Both Beaches are shallow and you'll feel a soft summer breeze.
4.5 based on 285 reviews
We drove to this ancient monastery just after visiting Montserrat. This quiet and rarely visited location was a wonderful change of pace after fighting the crowds that morning. It is well-preserved but not overly restored, and the information provided was extremely useful. Tickets were quite reasonable, and this was our favorite of the big three monasteries nearby. The drive through the countryside was also gorgeous.
4.5 based on 119 reviews
We hired a car to get here in 1.5 hours heading west from Barcelona to a series of Valleys surrounded by the Holy Mountain Ranges, about 30 km from the Med at Tarragona, as the crow flies. From here the clouds roll in over the hillsrom the sea, occasionally drenching the stony ground, which is covered in little fingernail-like stones and flat broken tiles that make up the local soil. The vines here, old growth, garnache, carinena and cab-sav... cling to the steep hills sucking the very essence of stone from the soil, reflecting back in wines so rich they are the most sought after drops in the world.
Here lies the reason for making the pilgrimage... that and the sheer beauty of the remote villages like Falset and El Masroiy rising from the hilltops, colourful sun-drenched, versions of San Giminiano in Tuscany.
Because of the narrow winding roads, tourist buses are limited in disgorging their minions to the coast, thus allowing us to enjoy this superb location. Give me this rural atmosphere, sheer beauty of the country, for here is the pull of food, wine and the relative remoteness that draws us back here time & again where everything grown has a place in your stomach... and your heart.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
We sort of stumbled on this magnificent Roman Aqueduct by accident while driving to Tarragona from Barcelona. It's right by the motorway and as we rounded a bend and it came into view our eyes nearly fell out of our heads with amazement.
It's absolutely massive and extraordinarily well preserved. There is parking right by it and a path that leads you right up to and on to it.
It dates all the way back to the 1st century and is just a wonderful thing to see. The best compliment I can pay it is that it is right up there with Segovia as one of the finest Aqueducts I have seen.
A fantastic surprise. Only a few kilometres, 4 or 5 maybe, from Tarragona and absolutely well worth a visit. If you don't have a car we saw public buses drop off and pick up here but I don't remember the bus number.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
The Cathedral is dedicated to St Thecla and is erected at the top of the Acropolis or hill of the ancient city. Its construction began in the year 1171 and it was consecrated on 4 July 1331. Its foundations and later architectural development are located on the remains of an ancient Roman construction begun in the second quarter of the 1st century bc. and completed at the beginning of the Vespasian Empire (69-79 AD). The Cathedral is gothic in style. Its floor plan is in the form of a Latin cross, with three naves each with their own apses and transept. The head is of Romanesque tradition with half-point arches supporting the extension of the stone wall and pilasters following the new constructive techniques of the Gothic movement.
This is a beautiful Cathedral in the heart of the equally beautiful town of Tarragona. The church is built in earlier Roman ruins and dates back to the 14th century. It has a wonderful charm and serenity with three huge naves and an ornate dome.
Entrance is very cheap , less than €5, can't remember exactly but very cheap. There is a very good audio guide available that tells you a lot about the building, the architecture and the iconography.
The Cathedral has a museum and treasury that are well worth taking in too.
Such a beautiful place, we really enjoyed our visit.
4.5 based on 195 reviews
We have just spent two weeks staying very close to this beach. Loved it last year and had to return. Lazy days laying on gorgeous clean soft sand, clear water and I also got to swim with the fish again. After a good swim there is a shower on the beach, a chance to rinse off before grabbing a beer and something to eat in the shade of the lovely decked out beach bar
But one extra treat I thought I would never see was a tornado touching down about a mile out at sea and I managed to get a photo or two.
I have always said once I have been to a place I would prefer to go somewhere else, but this place is worth another visit, I am sure we will go back again.just to see what other attractions crop up. Amazing!
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