Although much lesser-known than the Costa Brava, the Costa Daurada (Golden Coast) has nothing to envy about its northern counterpart. It’s a region for history buffs, outdoor enthusiasts, lovers of good food and wines, and slow travellers.
Sip a glass of wine at one of the region’s wineries. Visit a medieval monastery. Or follow La Ruta del Cister for a pleasant long-distance hike through the area.
The coastal section is dotted with long sandy beaches and charming seaside towns, while its interior is famous as one of Catalonia’s most productive olive oil regions.
In this region, you can also find excellent climbing spots, and wonderful places for hiking and stargazing!
If you’re looking for in-depth guides to help you prepare for your next trip to the Costa Daurada, here is where you’ll find them!