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Tarragona City

The countryside of the Costa Daurada can be defined as one of great contrasts. There are unspoilt areas of great beauty and interest: to the south, the Delta del Ebre Nature Park and the Ports de Tortosa-Besseit National Reserve, and to the west, the Prades Mountains.

Delta de l'Ebre
The latter have large forested areas in which picturesque villages exist in harmony with the nature surrounding them.

Between these two areas we find the Serra del Montsant, a mountain range which contrasts with the previously mentioned landscapes for its lack of vegetation and animal life. The scenery is one of majestic rocks, nooks and crannies in which to shelter or hide and picturesque hermitages. You can imagine yourself in another age when these mountains were shared by bandits and those in search of peace and tranquillity. On the planes of the interior we discover a land of agriculture, mainly wine-producing, dotted with tiny, isolated settlements and small hills covered in pine trees. Other features of this area are stone houses, Romanesque and Gothic monuments, buildings in the style of the modernist architects and small towns which serve as social, cultural and commercial centres for the interior counties.

The beaches are long and wide and slope gently into the sea, with few rocky outcrops. The sand is fine, golden and clean, as are the clear waters of the sea.


The Costa Daurada offers its visitors, apart from its fine sandy beaches, a wide range of historic excursions such as the Imperial Tárraco, modernistic Reus, Moslem Tortosa, medieval Montblanc as well as Cistercian Monasteries, Romanesque hermitages, etc.
The geographical area of the Costa Daurada has many beautiful spots to visit, the Delta del Ebro nature reserve, the Prades and Montsant mountain ranges and the mountain passes of Tortosa-Beseit. The visitor will find enchanting villages inland where time stands still and the wine becomes full-bodies and full of personality. A mosaic of customs and traditions which narrate the story of a whole culture.

It is within this attractive scenery that we would like to invite you to visit our exceptional Golf Courses. Four 18-hole Golf Courses, each with its own characteristics designed to satisfy players of all levels. The best "Golfing on Holiday" on the Costa Daurada.

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