Immerse yourself in a journey back in time to Roman times!

Tarragona was the capital of the Roman Empire for two years, known as Tarraco, which was the name given to it by the Romans. This city is so alive and well preserved that in 2000 it was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

It is a wonderful city that presides over the entire area of ​​the Costa Dorada. It was the origin of the Romanization of the Iberian Peninsula.

You cannot leave Tarragona without having visited the amphitheater (the city’s most iconic monument), the cathedral (where with a guided tour you can enjoy the views of Tarragona from the bell tower), the old town where despite its evolution continues to breathe the Roman essence, the Balcony of the Mediterranean, the promenade and its beautiful beaches.

Every year, a festival known as Tarraco Viva is held in Tarragona. The best Roman festival in the world in which historical re-enactments, exhibitions and gladiator fights take place in the amphitheater for a week.
Another of the monuments to visit is the Les Ferreres aqueduct, also known as Pont del Diable. This is located on the outskirts of the city and surrounded by a spectacular natural landscape.

Do not miss all this and more 30 minutes from Kursaal Calafell Beach Hotel!