The Costa Dorada is located in the south of Catalonia, in Tarragona. This province has many attractions, among which a rich Mediterranean cuisine made with high quality products stands out. It also has Tarragona, a city with important Roman monuments and great cultural wealth, without forgetting that one of the best amusement parks, Port Aventura, is in Salou.
The Costa Dorada is an area for the production of great wines that you can taste, always accompanied by the good gastronomy of the area and enjoying its beaches of fine golden sand.
The Costa de la Luz is located in the southwest of Andalusia in the provinces of Huelva and Cádiz and is bathed by the Atlantic Ocean. The name comes from the vivid sunlight, which shines here in all seasons and is reflected in a very special way in its clear and immense sandbanks and in its red sunsets.
This is a seafaring settlement on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea and located within the limits of Delta del Ebro Natural Park, whose environmental value is priceless. The Ebro Delta is famed for its beaches of fine golden sand where you can enjoy fauna and indescribable views.
The area's wide variety of leisure activities, such as boat trips, cycling routes and various festivities, make it an ideal place to visit with friends or family. However, this magnificent destination also stands out for its wide selection of restaurants where you can order the best of the region's gastronomy.
A city of great historical significance, Granada was the capital of the Nasrid dynasty between the 13th and 15th centuries and the last city to surrender to the Catholic Monarchs in 1491. The diversity of cultures and peoples that have lived in this territory gives it a wealth of heritage worthy of being admired by its visitors.
The Alhambra (the city's symbol), Granada Charterhouse, the Realejo district, Sacromonte Abbey and El Albayzín district are just some of the places you can visit in Granada.
Enjoy its culinary riches and traditional tapas in one of its many terraces while contemplating amazing landscapes, or let yourself be captivated from San Nicolás Viewpoint where you can enjoy one of the most beautiful sunsets in the world.
Let yourself fall in love with an enchanting city like no other.
La Linea is famed for its urban planning with colonial touches, having preserved the remains of two forts, Santa Bárbara and San Felipe, in addition to La Inmaculada Church of the Immaculate, which is a stunning building.
Its main tourist attraction, which we recommend you visit, is its beaches: La Alcaidesa, El Burgo, La Atunara, La Haciendo and La Poniente. In addition, you can enjoy water sports, such as sailing, windsurfing, water skiing and sports fishing.
The gastronomy here is fantastic. Its seafood dishes enjoy a well-deserved fame. We recommend you stroll around the Atunara neighbourhood where you can taste dishes such as fish casseroles, grilled octopus, and, above all, the famous Atunara clams.
Almeria enjoys a unique location, and it hosted different civilisations over the course of its history. Its province is made up of places unlike others in the Mediterranean and it has more than 100 kilometres of wonderful coastline, making your getaway a unique, memorable experience.
We recommend you visit and enjoy the natural parks in the Sierra María-Los Vélez Mountains, with their imposing castle where you can see a magnificent range of fauna.
The region's gastronomy is varied and natural, combining products from the sea and the land throughout the centuries. Its star product is the pepper and its by-products.