The Costa Dorada.
The Costa Dorada is also known as the “Golden Coast” and stretches around 58 miles from Cunit to Alcanar. There are many quiet and lazy agricultural towns and fishing villages intermingled with popular tourist resorts such as Sitges and Salou with their fine golden beaches and shallow waters ideal for beach walks and dipping your toes in the crystal clear Mediterranean, safe for the young ones too.
There is a choice of resorts in the Costa Dorada from the small seaside towns with their typically Spanish charm with tapas bars and narrow streets made for donkeys not cars to the modern resorts with their full tourist attractions and facilities.
The Costa Dorada is also home to the famous River Ebro with its excellent fishing spots and inland towns with breathtaking mountain scenery, ideal for the active outdoor walking types amongst us. There is also a great golfing scene here with five golf courses, and not forgetting the Portavantura theme park for a great family day out.