What's the appeal?
This part of Spain, lying in the province of Tarragona between the cities of Barcelona to the North and Valencia to the South on its East coast, is relatively undiscovered by Brits who have tended to stick to the Southern Costas. - The highest average temperature in summer is 30 degrees and in winter the lowest average is 7.5 degrees and the average sea temperature remains above 18 degrees between May and November. Its geographical situation provides a unique microclimate under which 6 distinct wines and cavas are produced as well as olive groves and fresh vegetable plots. Public transport links are great here too with a coastal trainline running from Barcelona/the airport to Valencia through Costa Dorada’s main resorts.