Discover Tarragona and the Costa Dorada
The Costa Dorada is one of the most popular coasts in Catalonia. It is a territory that presents a multitude of places to visit and a host of interesting activities. Known for its endless stretches of golden sand, it is an exceptional place to enjoy an incomparable holiday. This is one of the best ways to travel with your family.
Camping Gavina Village has the privilege of being located exactly in Creixell, a village that enjoys a natural environment and an incomparable location. It is located approximately 20 minutes from Port Aventura and the Aquópolis Water Park, and close to Tarragona and Barcelona, two cities full of leisure and cultural options. This seafront campsite is an idyllic place where you can enjoy all the attractions of a luxury campsite with outdoor activities and many nearby places to visit: Creixell, Roda de Barà and the Roc de Sant Gaietà, paradisiacal beaches, seaside villages, nature in its purest form, medieval and modernist Tarragona and Barcelona, wine tourism… Live a new experience in the privileged area of the Costa Dorada, a charming paradise on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea.
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Endless fun in
Less than 30 minutes from Gavina Camping Village, all the fun awaits you at PortAventura World. Tour the most amazing theme park in Spain, along with Ferrari Land and Costa Caribe Aquatic Park. The best entertainment with unique experiences!More information found at
Family tourism in
Creixell is a family tourism destination with a wide range of places of natural interest, as well as a multitude of activities and restaurants. There is a walled village that still preserves three of its towers. In it, we can take a trip to the past walking through the streets and squares that hide the historic center, or watching the Castle, a rectangular building built after the eighteenth century.
Heritage and history
Tarragona is full of Roman history, medieval past and Catalan tradition. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is considered one of the cities with the highest density of Roman sites. In it, we can visit places like the amphitheatre, the wall or the Roman circus. Other great points of interest include the emblematic Rambla or the Balcony of the Mediterranean, a spectacular viewpoint with beautiful views of the sea.
Roda de Barà
Seafaring village and family tourism destination just 10 minutes from the campsite offering a magnificent place to disconnect. It has long and beautiful beaches of golden sand and calm and crystal clear waters, national parks and reserves of low mountains, such as the Massif de Bonastre or its emblematic figures, such as the Arc de Barà, make Roda de Barà. The perfect place to visit with the family.
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The Gavina Camping Village is located 1 hour from the city of Barcelona, one of the most famous European capitals. Located between the sea and the mountains, and famous for Gaudí, it is home to a unique modernist architecture and a great focus of trends in the world of culture and gastronomy.More information found at
The Cistercian Route
The Cistercian Route is a route that runs through the regions of Alt Camp, Conca del Barberà and Urgell, linking three Cistercian monasteries: Santes Creus, Poblet and Vallbona de les Monges. During the route you can observe a deeply humanized territory, with cereal fields, almond trees, olive trees and vineyards. You will cross the interior of protected areas, such as the Natural Park of Poblet, the mountains of Prades or the Tossal Gros de Miramar.More information found at
Wine tourism experiences in
The Wine Route
The Wine Route is full of great wine tourism activities that you must experience first-hand: visits to wineries, guided wine tastings, gastronomic experiences and seasonal proposals, among others. The Priorat Wine Route offers the chance to discover the wines produced in the DO Montsant and the DOC Priorat. Meanwhile, the Penedès Wine Route, with more than 200 establishments, will allow you to discover a privileged territory for the cultivation of vines. There are two routes for successful wine tourism experiences.