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Tarragona province in Spain

The province of Tarragona and the sea

Location: Tarragona province is the largest in the South of the autonomous community of Catalonia and borders with other provinces like Teruel, Zaragoza and Castellón, among others. It has a wide Mediterranean coastline that concentrates most of the tourist areas of the zone.

Municipalities: 180 people are who are part of the province of Tarragona, where its capital gives the name and is where most economic activity takes place. Its history goes back to Roman times when there was a city called Tarraco, many monuments are preserved.

What to see? During a holiday in this region you can do all kinds of activities such as the ride by a unique natural environment, visit the remains of ancient civilizations or go for a swim in the sea.

What to eat? The gastronomy of Tarragona is heavily influenced by its last inhabitants as they were the Romans or Arabs. Therefore you will find many dishes made with fish and seafood, Star appellations of origin of wine and products such as hazelnuts.

Where to stay? The hotel list is quite wide in the coast areas. Inside you have at your disposal more humble hotels and many cottages.

How to get? You can do so through the road that connects all the Mediterranean peninsular or Reus airport that has flights to various parts of Europe.

Catalunya region in Spain

Catalonia: Barcelona, Guadi and a great place for a holiday

Location: The autonomous community of Catalonia is located in the northeast of the Iberian peninsula. In the north it borders France through the Pyrenees and also other autonomous communities such as Aragon and Valencia. It has many miles of beach on the Mediterranean Sea.

Municipalities: It has 947 municipalities that are distributed in four provinces and in 41 counties. Their main emblem is Barcelona where many tourists are attracted by its cosmopolitan charms.

What to see? In Catalonia you can choose to enjoy artwork by artists recognized worldwide, at the Gaudi museum. There are some of the best beaches in the Mediterranean with clean beaches. If you enjoy spending time in the mountains, there are a good network of roads.

What to eat? The autonomous region has a strong culinary tradition with dishes that are prepared with local crops.

Where to stay? For an autonomous region where tourism plays an important role, you will have many possibilities. Hotels, villas or apartments on the coast are the three main options.

How to get there? Barcelona Airport receives many flights from different parts of the world on a daily basis. The high speed train connects Catalonia with the other regions. It has a network of motorways and highways of high quality.