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This stretch of the Spanish coast south of Tarragona offers bustling holiday resorts, quieter Catalan towns and some attractive and tranquil beaches. Visitors looking for a Mediterranean holiday with plenty of amenities won't be disappointed by the Costa Daurada. For those who want to fit in a little sightseeing along with the sunbathing, there are some attractive small coastal towns and old fishing villages to explore. Online accommodation specialist Hotels.com has partnered with a variety of great Costa Daurada hotels to provide the best value options to suit any budget or preferences. Booking Costa Daurada accommodation in advance at Hotels.com is the best way of ensuring a relaxed holiday on the Mediterranean.

What's the Costa Daurada Like?

The Costa Daurada has no shortage of international restaurants, vibrant nightlife and bars, but there are also glimpses of traditional Catalan life. The first town south of Tarragona on the Costa Daurada might give a misleading impression. Salou is a brash and unpretentious resort catering for package tours and visitors looking for an uncomplicated beach holiday. Nearby, the market town of Cambrils is more laid-back, with some of the best fish restaurants on the coast and a pretty harbour with a 17th-century watchtower. One of the highlights of the Costa Daurada is L'Ampolla, a calm refuge with a small fishing harbour and unspoilt beaches. The substantial town of Tortosa has some ornate modernist houses and some interesting sights, notably the 14th-century Gothic cathedral and the castle, La Suda, looming over the valley of the Ebro.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in the Costa Daurada

English is widely spoken in the main resorts, but in the quieter towns it is worth using a few Spanish phrases or, better still the occasional Catalan "bon dia" (hello) or "no ho entenc" (I don't understand). Fishing was the main industry here before tourism and it makes sense to try the excellent range of Catalan dishes, particularly the suquet fish stew or zarzuela de mariscos, a shellfish soup. Fish is often served with the romesco sauce of Tarragona, made from peppers, almonds or hazelnuts, garlic and olive oil. The hillside terraces of the Priorat and the Serrra del Montsant just inland from the Costa Daurada produce excellent local wines and sparkling cava. Hotels.com provides a wealth of information to help you choose your ideal Costa Daurada hotels. Certified reviews from past guests are combined with multiple photos, sample room layouts and maps indicating the main sights in the area to ensure you can identify the Costa Daurada accommodation that best fits your requirements.

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