Reus, the capital of Baix Camp, is a few kilometers from La Selva del Camp. The city conserves a rich modernist heritage and has a center for the interpretation of Gaudí’s work, the Gaudí Center. In addition, strolling through its streets you will discover a varied commercial offer.
In Tarragona, declared a world heritage site by Unesco, the indelible mark of the splendor of the Roman Empire endures. Walking the streets of the old town you will reach the highest part of the city crowned by its magnificent cathedral.
Mountains of Prades
The mountains of Prades close the countryside of the west of Tarragona and stand out for maintaining an exceptionally preserved Catalan mountain landscape.
You will know its ravines, cliffs, districts and villages through the infinite paths that run through them.
On the Costa Dorada you will find long beaches and sheltered coves surrounded by Mediterranean vegetation. In addition, in the different municipalities that make up the Costa Dorada you will find a wide range of leisure activities with outdoor activities and theme parks.
Route of the Cister
The monumental Cistercian monasteries of Santes Creus, Poblet and Vallbona de les Monges are the protagonists of this route. This route will also allow you to discover beautiful landscapes of the interior of Catalonia integrated by vineyards, medieval villages and unique modernist wineries.
The Priorat region is made up of towns and villages surrounded by vineyards but also with landscapes of dry stone margins, hermitages, caves, chasms and caves. It also highlights the Cartoixa d’Escala Dei, the most representative monument of the historic Priory.
CISTERCIAN MONASTERY, POBLET