Popular Lettings in Tarragona
Highlights in Tarragona
- Historic town
- Archaeological marvel
- Beautiful beaches
- Devil’s Bridge
- Ancient Roman wall
Most popular in Tarragona
Holiday Rentals and Lettings in Tarragona
. Looking for a place to stay in a vibrant Spanish seaside city? Tarragona has beautiful, clean beaches, award-winning restaurants, and is simply brimming with history. If you are looking to stay close to the beach, consider the Parc de l’Amfiteatre area, which is footsteps from the promenade. Alternatively, if you want to be right in the centre of Tarragona’s vibrant urban scene, opt for the holiday rentals in the historic centre near the Tarragona Cathedral. If you prefer to be just outside the town in a quieter environment, check out the beautiful area just north of the city around Playa Arsabassada.High spec holiday rentals all over the city
Most lettings in Tarragona are contemporary flats which can fit from two to eight people. Choose from lettings near the beach or stay right in the historic centre; either way you can expect modern decor and all the creature comforts of home. In the historic centre you can even find chic accommodations hidden in ancient Roman architectural structures, where the history simply oozes from the walls.
Holidays in Tarragona
The area and getting around
Located on the Costa Dorada (Golden Coast), about 60 km south of Barcelona, this beautiful beachfront city offers so much, be it you want to kick back and relax on the beaches or get active and explore the historical and natural landscape of the region. Apart from the city beach in Tarragona itself, a major attraction for tourists here is the 15-km coastline stretching north of the city with fine, golden sand. The mild climate means you can happily submerge in the Mediterranean waters from the end of May right the way through into October.A cultural gem
But Tarragona is so much more than just a beach holiday. It boasts a plethora of historic sights of international importance, such as its 12th century cathedral, which sits at its highest point in the historic centre, home to a fascinating collection of Catalan art. Museums are plentiful across the city, with the Archaeological Museum overlooking the glistening sea and the Necropolis Museum displaying some important Christian burial sites, just to name a few.
Travellers and activities
At Tarragona you can give your children a history lesson unlike anything they would experience at school. Take them to the city’s Roman amphitheatre, the scene of fights between gladiators and wild beasts, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and an ideal place to introduce your children to the ancient history of our continent. Children will enjoy one of the day’s of their young lives at PortAventura, the biggest theme park in Spain, including Europe’s highest roller coaster at 112 metres. If you visit Tarragona in the summer, Aqualeon is a great place to cool down – with numerous slides for all ages, a surf pool, and even a speed boat water ride.Tarragona for hikers
If you are keen on exploring the countryside around the coastal city of Tarragona, there are a wide choice of lovely hiking routes at your service. The 75-kilometer Tarragona Hiking Network is ideal for walks, hikes, and bike rides where you can interact with the stunning landscapes, horizons and heritage that surround the city.
Tarragona is home to the Devil’s Bridge, which locals say was built by the devil himself after he won a woman’s soul in a bet.
Top 5 travel tips in Tarragona
The oldest Roman construction still preserved outside Italy, it borders present-day Tarragona's Old Quarter and is over a 1,000 metres in length. Don’t miss Minerva tower, the most typically Roman of all.2. Take a stroll around Part Alta
This is the highest part of the city and also the oldest. Up until the middle ages, the entire city lived here. Nowadays you can wander around here and admire the ancient houses that are still here from Roman times. Whilst there, take a pit stop at La Romana, a highly rated tapas bar offering a genuine, local experience at great prices.3. Meander Tarragona’s main shopping street
The pedestrian boulevard Rambla Nova brings you international fashion, local handicrafts, jewellers, and traditional shops. Busy, vibrant and tree lined, it also makes a great spot for some serious people watching!4. Take in the National Archaeological Museum
The city was largely unaware of its myriad treasures until mid-19th century, when major excavation work began. The uncovered items include a rich assortment of clothing, sculptures, ceramics, coins and household items spanning thousands of years, all of which you can see today in the National Archaeological Museum.5.Try the local calçots
If you are visiting in the winter, you simply must try this unique, local snack. It is made of large green onions which are roasted over wood fires and then served with olive oil, garlic and nuts. Calçots make for a lovely salty snack over any drink, and a delicious accompaniment to your memorable holiday in Tarragona.