CULTURE

The Costa Dorada has historically been a territory inhabited by different civilisations and today you can still enjoy their extensive cultural legacy.

CULTURE IN THE COSTA DORADA

The extensive leisure and cultural offer of the Costa Dorada achieves maximum splendour in Tarragona and the Cistercian Route, in the village of Poblet, as both are recognised by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites.  Visit the archaeological ruins in the ancient Roman city of Tarraco and soak up the magic left behind in each one of the stones used to build this site.

In the city centre stands tall the Gaudí Centre, a visitor centre where you will learn about the life and discover the secrets of the famous Catalan genius Antoni Gaudí, a true reflection of the Modernist movement represented in the city.

In other disciplines, such as music or painting, the Costa Dorada was the birthplace of artists and geniuses like Pau Casals and Joan Miró, among others. Immerse yourself in an adventure drenched in art and tradition and write your own story in the Costa Dorada, a region filled with charm and culture.

EXPLORE THE COSTA DORADA
NEARBY AREAS
The Costa Dorada coastline is home to more than sixty beaches covering a total length of 92 kilometres long and hosts a wide variety of picturesque towns.
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SPORTING ACTIVITIES
The extraordinary climate and rugged terrain make the Costa Dorada the perfect location for a wide range of sporting activities.
CUISINE
The Mediterranean diet is renowned world-wide as one of the most healthy, varied and tasty and on the Costa Dorada you will find hundreds of restaurants serving typical regional cuisine.
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SHOPPING
Dive into the streets of the Costa Dorada and take the perfect shopping trip in this immense outdoor shopping centre with something for everyone.
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