Creixell Beach and the Gorg

The protected natural area, which links the beaches of Creixell and Torredembarra, is made up of a set of dunes and wetlands that bear witness to the diversity and richness of the area’s vegetation.

This area is part of the protected area of Els Muntanyans de Torredembarra and was awarded in 2018 with the certification of Virgin Beach of the Tarragona and Terres de l’Ebre regions.

Camping Gavina has direct access to Creixell Beach.

Roc de Sant Gaietà

El Roc de Sant Gaietà, a typical fishing village that you will fall in love with.

Located in the municipality of Roda de Barà, and only 10 minutes from Camping Gavina, it is a small village on the seafront, built between 1964 and 1972, following the style of the courtyards of Granada, Andalusia and Seville.

You will find Romanesque, Arabic and Gothic style buildings and other typical Spanish buildings, following a “typical village” aesthetic. It also has a pier, a maritime club and a civic centre.

10 minutes from Camping Gavina.


Discover Altafulla, a beautiful seaside village less than 10 minutes from our campsite.

It has a beautiful crescent-shaped beach more than a kilometre long and a lovely promenade, the Les Botigues del Mar neighbourhood, made up of small white houses on the ground floor.

A stroll through Vila Closa is another highly recommended option. This is the old walled and fortified medieval centre, built around the 11th century. The most emblematic building is undoubtedly the castle, also known as “el Castell dels Montserrat”. It still preserves the original courtyard and a Renaissance gallery.

10 minutes from Camping Gavina.

Torredembarra Lighthouse

The Torredembarra lighthouse, the lighthouse with the highest tower in Catalonia.

Located on the cliffs of the Punta de la Galera, its function is to cover the coast between Cap de Salou and Vilanova i la Geltrú.

We can go inside and climb up to the lantern tower via a spiral staircase with 217 steps and windows that allow us to enjoy the views as we go up. At the same time, the lantern tower is a marvellous viewpoint with eight windows from where you can enjoy breathtaking views.

Less than 20 minutes from Camping Gavina.


El Canyadell Beach

About 60 metres long, with fine golden sand, El Canyadell beach is the smallest beach in the municipality of Torredembarra.

It is characterised by its crystal clear, warm waters, together with its natural beauty thanks to the typical Mediterranean vegetation of the area.

Less than 20 minutes from Camping Gavina.

Green Belt Route: Torredembarra-Creixell

The first section of the Ronda Verde del Baix Gaià, an easy, flat route through farmland that ends at the majestic Creixell Castle.

Ideal for mountain biking in spring, with practically no gradient and a landscape full of almond, olive and carob trees next to restored dry stone margins.

At the end of the route, we can enjoy the wonderful buildings of the village of Creixell in its beautiful old town.

Green Belt Route: Creixell – Roda de Barà

Ideal for mountain biking, this is a short route along a forest track that historically linked the two towns.

The route starts in Creixell, where you can first visit its beautiful castle, the church of Santiago and the tower of Ca la Miquelina.

The route follows a forest track in good condition, surrounded by typical Mediterranean vegetation.

For more advanced walkers, we recommend joining it with the previous section coming from Torredembarra.

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