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Costa Dorada - literally the "Golden Coast" - of Spain is a stretch of about 220 km of sandy beaches on the eastern coast of the Iberian Peninsula. Costa Dorada houses major tourist towns, fishing villages, and resorts in the Southern Catalonian region, like Salou, Cambrils, L'Ametlla de Mar, Sitges, Torredembarra, and Calafell. The area also boasts a great variety of wines. Festivals like ceremonial processions and jota dances complement the colours of Costa Dorada. Temperate Mediterranean climate prevails in the coast, with the average temperature in the summer being 20-26 degrees Celsius.
Festivals, such as ceremonial processions, human towers, totemic bulls, and jota dances, only complement the colours and contrasts of the varied landscape of the Costa Dorada: the blue sea, the gold sand and stones in the monuments, the green mountains and golf courses, and the red vineyards.
The Costa Dorada enjoys a temperate Mediterranean climate, with an average temperatures of 20-26 degrees Celsius in the summer. The Costa Dorada is famous for white sands, great fish and seafood, and a wide choice of resort hotels and apartments in which to stay along the coast. You can transfer easily from a flight to Reus Airport to local destinations on the Costa Dorada including Port Aventura, Salou, Tarragona, Sitges and Barcelona.

Costa Dorada (also known as the Costa Daurada), is a stretch of about 220 km of sandy beaches on the eastern coast of the Iberian peninsula, covering the area from Southern Barcelona to the province of Tarragona. Literally the "Golden Coast" of Spain, its name comes from the golden tone caused by the reflection of the sun on the sand of its beaches. It is home to major tourist towns, fishing villages, and resorts in the Southern Catalonian region, such as Sitges, Salou, Cambrils, L’Ametlla de Mar, Torredembarra, and Calafell.

This long coastal strip covers 10 counties and 183 municipalities, and has two distinct sectors: in the North are long, sandy beaches with a mild climate, and in the South is the delta of the great Ebro river, a natural park with an unspoilt landscape, housing a variety of bird life including flamingos. The area also boasts majestic mountains, fine old cities (in Tortosa, Montblanc), monasteries with a long historic tradition (Poblet, Santes Creus), and a great variety of wines.

Festivals, such as ceremonial processions, human towers, totemic bulls, and jota dances, only complement the colours and contrasts of the varied landscape of the Costa Dorada: the blue sea, the gold sand and stones in the monuments, the green mountains and golf courses, and the red vineyards.

The Costa Dorada enjoys a temperate Mediterranean climate, with an average temperatures of 20-26 degrees Celsius in the summer. The Costa Dorada is famous for white sands, great fish and seafood, and a wide choice of resort hotels and apartments in which to stay along the coast. You can transfer easily from a flight to Reus Airport to local destinations on the Costa Dorada including Port Aventura, Salou, Tarragona, Sitges and Barcelona.
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