The Costa Dorada is one of the main tourist destinations on the Mediterranean. It is a rich and varied territory, with a long coastline bathed in sunshine and an interior dotted by quiet villages and cultivated fields. The Costa Dorada is much more than sun, sea and sand. It offers its visitors a wide range of leisure activities, culture, nature and history in an ideal setting of peace and tranquillity, perfect for holidays with the whole family.
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The centre is given over to the history of the shacks. It takes us on a historical and cultural itinerary through this unique, millennial vernacular architecture, regarded as a symbol of the territory. These buildings, made of materials found in the area, were the homes of the inhabitants of the flat lands of the Delta for centuries.
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Els Munts is one of the best preserved aristocratic villas from Roman Hispania. In an incomparable setting on the shores of the Mediterranean, the inhabitants of this country residence would have enjoyed the tranquillity of rural life and the beauty of the surroundings, but without foregoing luxury and refinement. It was a house designed for the leisure and relaxation of the Tarraco elites and would no doubt have played a key role in their social, political and economic relations.
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The Early Christian Necropolis of Tarragona is one of the best-known and best preserved late Roman (3rd-5th centuries AD) cemeteries in the Roman Empire. A visit to it immerses you in the evocative world of the dead –as well as of life– some 1,500 years ago in Tarraco. Thanks to archaeology, we can get to know the people who lived in ancient Tarraco. What were their names? What work did they do? How long did they live? What were their beliefs? In short, we have an open door to understanding what life was like in Roman times.
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The Human Tower Museum of Catalonia, Món Casteller, was created for a universal and inclusive purpose: going beyond mere exhibition spaces to become an open centre dedicated to the casteller cultural phenomenon.
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