As its name indicates, the Costa Daurada is a coastal destination and enjoys the benefits of being located right on the coast. Its long beaches of fine sand or small coves surrounded by rock are some of its main attractions. The beaches and coves are outstanding with regard to the quality of the water and the environment.
It is a destination open to the sea, with multiple activities to enjoy. The Costa Daurada’s Nautical Station is a booking centre for leisure activities for all the family to practice their favourite sports (boat trips, water skiing, kayaks, kite-surf, scuba-diving…) as well as offering nautical services. The Station is a tourist and recreational infrastructure created so that visitors fully enjoy the sea and make the most of their free time.
Moreover, the Costa Daurada has a total of eight marinas, with their respective sailing clubs, in Calafell, Coma-ruga, Roda de Barà, Torredembarra, Tarragona, Salou, Cambrils and L’Hospitalet de l’Infant.