Torredembarra is a beautiful coastal town south of Catalonia, located 13 km from Tarragona. This small town has a population of 15,000 inhabitants, an amount that multiplies by 5 during the summer with the arrival of tourists, especially families from all over Europe looking to enjoy its kilometers of beaches, its rich gastronomy and cultural activities. A great thing to do is explore its surroundings.
One of the main attractions of Torredembarra are without a doubt its kilometers of fine sand beaches.
Torredembarra holds beaches as spectacular as Playa dels Muntanyans with 3 km in length located a little away from the center without a promenade, which is perfect to escape the crowds. It has a fantastic ecosystem of dunes and marshes of great environmental importance.
If you are looking for an urban beach with all the comforts and services you need, then go to Playa Baix a Mar, which has 900 m in length, and is located in the center of the municipality in the old fishing district. It has a promenade and a myriad of beach bars and terraces.
But the urban beach par excellence is undoubtedly the so-called Playa de la Paella located in dels Munts area.
An ideal beach to visit with children. It has almost 800 m of fine golden sand and is near the marina and fishing port.
For example, you can visit the magnificent amusement park of PortAventura, just 19 km away and spend a day of fun with your family. For more cultural and educational activities in Tarragona, you can visit several museums or take the Roman route and discover the amphitheater, the circus and the walls. If what you like are natural parks, then you cannot miss visiting Parque Natural del Delta del Ebro just 1 hour from Torredembarra.
Castell de Torredembarra: This fantastic Renaissance castle, a walled enclosure flanked by 4 towers built in 1565, overlooks the whole territory from the highest part of Torredembarra.
Old town: the municipality has a beautiful old medieval atmosphere that still retains some vestiges of the splendor of its past. It is worth doing a leisurely visit to this part of the city to discover the castle, visit Torre de la Vila, tour the walls or stroll through streets as emblematic as Carrer Ample or Antoni Roig.
Muralla de la Torre de la Vila: formerly, the city was protected by a walled enclosure to prevent the attacks of pirates and corsairs that threatened coastal populations in the seventeenth century. Today, we can still see two portals called Portal de les Padrines and Portal de la Bassa
Iglesia parroquial de San Pere: located in the old town between Calles Eduard Benot and Joan Güell, we find this beautiful church built in the year 1680.
Faro de Torredembarra: this beautiful lighthouse has the feature of being the last built in Spain and the one that holds the highest tower of all the lighthouses of Catalonia (58 m high).
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