What to do and see in Torredembarra, Spain: The Best Places and Tips

August 20, 2017 Giuseppe Pratt

The beaches of Torredembarra are one of the town’s biggest attractions. With beautiful, fine golden sand and wonderful Mediterranean climate, they offer visitors the chance to enjoy the sea, natural surroundings and family recreational activities year-round. In addition to its wonderful coast, Torredembarra also offers visitors the opportunity to enjoy the infinite beauty of its architectural, urban and natural settings.
Restaurants in Torredembarra

1. OdySea

Puerto de Torredembarra | Port de Torredembarra, 43830 Torredembarra, Spain
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5 based on 92 reviews

OdySea

International SSI Diving Center and School OdySea can be found in The Port of Torredembarra, region of Tarragona. Snorkeling, SCUBA diving trips, diving courses (open water diver, advanced open water diver, divemaster) and fun dives for everybody, novice and instructor – young and old. We provide everything you need, from scuba diving gear to diving insurance and our scuba team can even speak seven languages! Divers, come and explore the wonderful and mysterious marine life of the beautiful Tarragona province, every day from 9:30, 12:30, 16:00 or 21:00.

Reviewed By 395estherw - Huddersfield, United Kingdom

Originally my sister and I planned to go snorkeling on our last morning in Torredembarra, neither of us are very confident swimmers and although we loved the idea of scuba diving we lacked confidence in our own ability. However, the staff were so professional and calming of our fears that we felt confident enough to try diving- what an amazing experience!
Suffice to say we are planning next year's holiday around a diving course for us and possibly our children. The crew are professional, experienced and great fun to be with. We can't rate this highly enough. What started out as a last minute trip became a highlight of our holiday.
My advice is... book as soon as possible, don't wait until you arrive because the courses fill up quickly and you might be missing one of the best adventures of your life!

2. Roman Villa of Centcelles

Afores s/n, 43120 Constanti, Spain +34 977 25 15 15
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4 based on 12 reviews

Roman Villa of Centcelles

Located in the municipality of Constantí, some 6 km from Tarragona, the Roman Villa of Centcelles contains a masteroiece of Early Christian art. In one of its rooms, which has been almost completely preserved, you can see the oldest known dome mosaic with a Christian theme in the Roman world, fated to the 4th century AD.

Reviewed By endrju_74 - Ipswich, United Kingdom

Accessible with own transport only this roman villa contains some oldest Christian mosaics in Roman world. When we got to this place in early May 2015 just before siesta it all looked abandoned. Museums staff in the strength of two people were just sunbathing... The dome with mosaics is quite interesting and so is a 10-minutes movie about discovering the place and it's importance. Car park on site. Part of UNESCO's World Heritage Site Archaeological Ensemble of Tárraco

3. Jungle Trek

Calle Foixarda s/n,, 43008 Tamarit, Spain
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5 based on 38 reviews

Jungle Trek

+ 130 Activities 35 zip lines. One of the largest adventure parks in Catalonia. Come to Jungle Trek to spend some adventure without risk between the circuits of the park. With the entry you can jump to the 11 circuits and overcome our 130 challenges.

Reviewed By Carsten N - Aarhus, Denmark

Several different circuits with increasing difficulty made sure that the challenges came in a steady stream. The ziplines and swings where awesome, the monkey walk/wire-crossing where thrilling and hmm... - exiting :)
The staff was very friendly and helpfull. We were in really good hands.
My daughter (11y) and I spent 3 hours there and we both had a great afternoon - we would like to go back some day.
Remember good shoes - gloves are optional but I'll bring mine next time.

4. El Roc de Sant Gaieta

Placa Mediterrani, 1, 43883 Roda de Bara, Spain +34 977 80 07 01
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4.5 based on 384 reviews

El Roc de Sant Gaieta

Reviewed By Richard C

Lovely little town, worth walking along the coastal path to the west. Nice way to kill a few hours seeing the area

5. Agrobotiga 9+

Avinguda Catalunya 33, 43763 La Nou de Gaia, Spain +34 629 45 17 00
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4.5 based on 2 reviews

Agrobotiga 9+

Reviewed By pesp123

Tienen productos de alta calidad, asesorados por el propietario compramos muy buenos vinos, que nos han gustado y nos han hecho quedar muy bien en diferentes cenas. Despues descubrimos q compramos a muy buenos precios.

6. Faro de Torredembarra

Punta de la Galera, Torredembarra, Spain +34 977 64 45 80
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4.5 based on 108 reviews

Faro de Torredembarra

Reviewed By Jam T

Nice hike up the rock coast to Faro de Torrdembarra would be a nice hike without the light house. It was not open and appeared to have been recently targeted by graffiti taggers which was quite sad. The area itself makes for a wonderful view of the ocean but it appears to be rundown on the land side of things. There is no information plaque indicating the relevance of the structure and the area directly surrounding the light house appears overgrown and abandoned. As far as a reason to visit Torredembara, this doesn't even register. The beach, local culture and cuisine are the main attractions here.

7. Villa Romana Dels Munts

Passeig Forti, 43893 Altafulla, Spain +34 977 25 15 15
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4 based on 80 reviews

Villa Romana Dels Munts

Reviewed By Ian O - Somerset, United Kingdom

This is one of 2 villas in the Tarragona region, the first being Vil la romana de Centcelles. This one a pure once inhabited villa. Still has wall paintings, mosaics on the floor, the remains of the once amazing baths, and funnily enough the toilets for 4 people!!! Again I asked about more digging at the villa, as there is still tons to be done, and no no more digging no more money!!!! Come on the international departments of culture, these 2 places need more done, there is a wealth of history hidden underneath the ground. You can still see remains of pottery, tiles etc just laying on the ground. Wow just go!!!

8. Arco de Triunfo de Bara

Via Augusta | 20 Km. de Tarragona, Roda de Bara, Spain
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4 based on 99 reviews

Arco de Triunfo de Bara

Reviewed By John W - Douglas, United Kingdom

when the carriageways divide and there's a 2,000 year old triumphal arch sat in the middle. The N340 is the old Via Augustus. It's difficult to stop and view. The modern road is very busy.

9. Esportec - Mar Aventura

Tamarit Beach, 43008 Tamarit, Spain +34 635 19 91 26
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5 based on 1 reviews

Esportec - Mar Aventura

We are a company created with the aim of promoting sport and the spirit of adventure. Our specialty is sports in nature, and move in different environments to provide a range of possibilities: -Mar Aventura, Tamarit Beach (Costa Dorada, Tarragona): Kayak, SUP, Segway, Climbing

Reviewed By Ignasi Maria G

Muy bonito lugar!
Alquiler de muchas cosas, y hacen actividades con monitores cada día. Perfecto para hacer cosas en familia o amigos.
Rocodromo y tirolina, kayak, paddel surf... un monton de opciones.

10. Milmanda Castle

Conca de Barbera, Vimbodi, Spain +34 977 87 82 40
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4 based on 10 reviews

Milmanda Castle

Reviewed By Juan L - Barcelona, Spain

La tranquilidad que daba los paisajes de viñedos y la explicación de la elaboración del vino de sus tierras, todos con métodos ecológicos, hace que sea interesante esta visita a a parte de todo lo relacionado con la parte del pequeño castillo (torre de defensa).
La entrada cuesta 3€ y se realiza por internet al club de bodegas Torres que es la actual propietaria de todo.

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