Fantastic penthouse with incredible sea views. Enjoy your holidays on the roof terrace of this apartment, go to the beach, the swimming pool and go out for amusement in Cambrils, a lovely seaside town on the Costa Dorada. Cambrils is famous for it's incredible fish gastronomy and it's amazing beach boulevard that goes from the harbour (with big yachts) to almost Salou. Taste the local wines on the roof terrace and enjoy the incredible sea views.
- Apartment753 sq. ft.
- Separate WCs0
- Minimum Stay4 - 90 nights
Apartment, 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 5 people
Universal Holiday Centre
- Response time:
- within one hour
- English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Italian, Dutch, Catalan
- Calendar last updated:
- 18 Jun 2018
Pool / Spa
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Stretching from Calafell, before Tarragona, the old Roman city, down to the tranquil Delta de l'Ebro, the Costa Dorada runs along the Mediterranean coast of Catalonia in north-eastern Spain. It's a varied region encompassing beautiful beaches, interesting history, nature reserves, and some of Spain's best vineyards.
The most important town of the region is Tarragona, capital of the providence of the same name. It was one of the most important cities of the Roman Empire, and you can walk along the ancient defense walls, visit the amphitheatre or explore underneath the Roman Circus.
If it's sun and sand you're after, head to Salou, a flashy, modern resort town, or nearby Cambrils, which is quieter and has managed to keep the feel of the fishing village it once was. A bit farther north, La Pineda is a family resort and also has nice beaches.
At the region's southern border is the Natural Park of the Ebro River Delta, where you'll find beautiful marine habitats where water fowl congregate. There are no big towns or much activity, and a visit to the area makes for a peaceful getaway from the glamour of resorts up the coast.
The interior is hilly and much of it is covered with vineyards that sit along terraces carved into the slate rock of the hillsides. The view is more than picturesque, but it's the result of backbreaking manual labour. You can visit several wineries in the Priorat, Montsant or Terra Alta denominations of origin.
If you like wandering cobblestone streets and peering into old stone churches, explore towns like Falset, Tivissa and Miravet. Tortosa, which like Miravet sits on the Ebro River, has a large historic centre and is worth a stroll too. A visit to the area's Cistercian monasteries is a must: Poblet, still a working monastery, Santes Creus, and Montblanc are magical places with beautiful medieval architecture and important cultural influence.