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Highlights in Torredembarra
- Ideal for fans of sun and beach tourism
- Fun for the whole family
- Great variety of water activities
- Great wealth of monuments
- The Gastronomic Days of the Canana
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Torredembarra
How would you like to enjoy a wonderful summer holiday enjoying the wonderful beaches of the Golden Coast? Choose from the great variety of holiday rentals in Torredembarra that we offer you On Holidu and you will be able to make it a reality. Most of them are located on the beachfront or very close to the promenade, and equipped with beautiful terraces that will allow you to enjoy wonderful views of the sea throughout your stay and outdoor meals with family or friends. In addition, many of our rentals are located within residential complexes with swimming pools and playgrounds, making them a perfect choice for those traveling with children.Magnificent villas with garden by the sea
The villas are also an excellent choice to enjoy your holidays by the sea and On Holidu we have a wide variety of holiday rentals in Torredembarra of this type. All of them with very spacious rooms. Both semi-detached villas, located in urbanizations, and independent villas located in quieter environments. All of them with beautiful exteriors where you can relax and enjoy outdoor activities and much with swimming pool, in some cases private, so that only you can enjoy it. In addition, most of them have parking, which will allow you to park your vehicle without wasting time looking for a place in the street. If you also want to have a children's playground, sauna or jacuzzi, you only have to include it in your search filters.
Holidays in Torredembarra
The area and how to find your way around
Located in the northeast of the province of Tarragona, just 13 km from the capital, Torredembarra is a charming coastal town of approximately 15,400 inhabitants, belonging to the Tarragonese region. Surrounded by the municipalities of Creixell, Puebla de Montornes, La Riera and Altafulla. One of the most important tourist destinations of the Costa Dorada, getting to multiply by four its population during the summer months, due to the thousands of tourists who come to the town attracted by its magnificent beaches and all the leisure proposals it offers. With a wide range of accommodation, both in hotels and residential developments, and all kinds of services designed to meet the needs of visitors. So, if you decide to rent a letting in Torredembarra, you will be able to enjoy a complete holiday.The perfect balance between antiquity and modernity
Torredembarra, like many other towns in the area, arose around the castle that crowns the town. With a clear defensive vocation against pirate attacks that abounded in the Mediterranean until the eighteenth century. Around it are distributed the beautiful square of the castle, which is accessed by two gates of the old wall that protected the town, the church and the historic centre where the population resided. And so it would remain until the 1960s, when due to the tourism boom, numerous residential developments and modern buildings began to be built on the outskirts of the city and close to the coast. For this reason, in Torredembarra we can find two well-differentiated areas: the old town, which still retains its traditional flavour, and a more modern one, where most of Torredembarra's holiday rentals are located. Do you already know in which area you would like to stay?
Types of travellers and activities
Torredembarra is a tourist destination of great fame for its beautiful beaches of fine and golden sand and very well-tended waters. Among them, the two urban beaches of Barrio Maritimo and La Paella stand out, as well as a beach protected and isolated from the promenade, the beach of dels Muntanyans. The first two are accessible from the town centre, with an extension of approximately 800 metres each and an average bank width of 70 metres. Both very popular with locals and tourists visiting the city. Awarded with Blue Flag for the quality of its waters and calm waves, so they are perfect for families traveling with children. But if you are looking for something quieter, we recommend the beach "dels Muntanyans", which has an extension of 4,100 meters. Situated on a dune ecosystem typical of the coast, with semi-mobile dunes and saltwater lagoons. One of the few remaining natural beaches in Cataluña.Torredembarra for families with children
Torredembarra is an excellent destination to spend the summer holidays with the family. Its low surf beaches are perfect for children to enjoy a safe bath while parents can relax in the hammock. But in addition, there are many other proposals that make this city has been one of the favourite destinations of Costa Dorada by families for many years. Visiting the lighthouse and learning about its history and how it works; having a great time at the Plenilunique circus festival in July; touring the city aboard the tourist train "Carrilet"; going on a boat trip; or playing at being biologists and exploring the seabed with the Gepec Group are just some of the activities you will all enjoy.
Did you know that the Torredembarra lighthouse is the last one built in Spain during the 20th century? In addition, it is the second highest in the country, only surpassed by Chipiona. Don't miss the spectacular sea offerings from the heights, especially at dusk.
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Torredembarra has a great wealth of heritage, the result of all the events that have taken place in the city throughout its history. What is often difficult to find in coastal cities. As a city that was born with a clear defensive vocation, its most representative building is the impressive 16th century fortress that crowns the historic centre. However, the oldest construction is the Mudejar style Villa Tower built between the 12th and 13th centuries. In addition, some parts of the wall that once surrounded the entire city are still preserved. Other outstanding buildings are the Czech limestone, the church of Sant Pere and the lighthouse.2. Travel to Roman times visiting the Villa dels Munts
If there is one excursion not to be missed by lovers of Roman times and art in general, it is the Villa dels Munts, declared a World Heritage Site, located on the outskirts of the town of Altafulla. Only 2.5 km from the centre of Torredembarra. Founded in the 1st century A.D. around the great Roman city of Tarraco. If you want to know more about it, don't hesitate to visit the National Archaeological Museum of Tarragona, which houses the remains found at the site.3. Enjoy the sea practicing aquatic activities
Torredembarra offers the traveller the possibility of enjoying the sea in a different way, which goes beyond bathing and sunbathing. For those looking for fun, the local port offers the possibility of choosing between kayaking, snorkelling, surfing, bodyboarding and paddle surfing, among others. Both for adults and children, offering learning classes for those who want to start in one of these activities.4. Don't miss the Canana Gastronomic Days
The Jornadas Gastronomicas de la Canana, which take place between April and May, offer visitors the chance to discover and taste one of the most important cephalopods in Torredembarra's traditional cuisine, but which is still a great unknown to the general public. A real delicacy! Numerous restaurants in the area participate in the event, offering menus made up of both more traditional and more innovative dishes. But all of them really delicious.