What you will love in the neighborhood
Cosy and quiet flat in front of Tarragona´s beach (city declarated Human Heritage). Near by: restaurants, bars, market,chemist, sail´s club. At 10´ to Port Aventura (amazing theme-park) & 45´ to Barcelona (by car). Swap can be non simultaneous.
Our Neighborhood Tarragona´s city: Let your self be seduced by more than just it's monumental past: discover it's gastronomy and festivals, stroll along streets lined with tempting shops, relax on it's miles of sandy beaches.It's so easy to enjoy! Come and experience the charm of the Mediterrenean in every sense. Tarragona is a city awash in light and colour. The mild climate and Mediterranean character, the charm of the streets and the warmth of the people make it an ideal spot for outdoor leisure and cultural pursuits. Tarragona is also synonymous with festivities, and here the festivities take to the streets. Thanks to the many traditional local and Catalan regional holidays, the agenda is packed with celebrations all year long. Another major draw for visitors to Tarragona is the city's 15-kilometre coastline, dotted with multiple beaches and easily-accessible, alluring coves with crystalline waters. Tarragona's beaches are renowned for their extremely fine, golden sand: hence the region’s name, “Costa Daurada”, which means "Golden Coast" in Catalan. The sand is soft and smooth and will mould to your body, such that all you need to sunbathe is a towel to keep the grains from sticking to your skin. If any sand does stick, simply wait for it to dry and it will fall off on its own. Of course, all of the city’s beaches are also equipped with showers where beach goers can go to freshen up or cool off. The mild climate means the water is perfect for swimming from June to September, and sun-lovers can lie out or simply stroll along the coast practically all year round. The beaches and coves of the Costa Daurada have long, gradual slopes. Consequently, wading and swimming pose no risk. Simply take basic precautions, such as checking the weather forecast beforehand or making sure that the Red Cross has not raised a yellow or red flag, which would mean that the sea is rough or otherwise unsafe and that you should not stray far from the coast. Your comfort at the beach is further ensured by a wide array of services, ranging from clean-up and maintenance teams and regular water and sand analyses to restaurants and hammock and sport equipment rentals. The Municipal Sport Council also organises numerous sport activities in summer. This comprehensive offer is recognised each year through the Blue Flags earned by the city beaches and the environmental protection afforded to ecological beaches. The beaches are also home to a rich and varied ecosystem, where life forms from the sea meet those of the land, giving rise to a great diversity of saltwater plants, dune plants and marshland birds and wildlife.