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The Mediterranean that bathes the province of Tarragona, in the south of Catalonia, offers 216 kilometres of coastline for all tastes.
Beaches and coves where you can enjoy the calm waters, cities brimming with nightlife, fishing villages scattered along the coast for miles, golfing options, nautical activities and sports for the whole family... and all with pleasant temperatures all year round.
What to visit
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Places not to be missed
Pont de les Ferreres or “Devil’s Bridge” Aqueduct
Date of construction is uncertain, some believe that it was built…
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