The city of Tarragona is at only 16 km. and it has interesting Roman vestiges, which have deserved the UNESCO’s recognition as World Heritage.
You can also stroll around the ancient medieval quarter and enjoy the atmosphere of its typical squares while you have a “tapa” and a drink sitting on a terrace
Reus is only 20 km away, where you can visit attractive modernist buildings. Gaudí was born there.
But if you prefer narrow streets with interesting shops selling a wide range of products, this town is worth a visit
Barcelona is only one hour away.
Going inland you may visit the cistercian monastery of Santes Creus.
A bit further, there are another two, Poblet http://www.poblet.cat/ and Vallbona de les Monges http://www.monestirvallbona.cat/ca/ The three constitute the triangle known as “la Ruta del Císter” http://www.larutadelcister.info/
The wine tradition encouraged the construction of cellers (cellars) with a remarkable modernist style. Some of them are really beautiful. The nearest one is in Nulles You can visit it: http://www.vinicoladenulles.com/
For those who enjoy the beach, we are only 7 km away from Torredembarra andAltafulla. Bathing in the sea in summer or walking along the beach in winter … a great pleasure at your hand.
We recommend you a walk in Altafulla beach towards the Castell de Tamarit.
Sea lovers will find at the Reial Club de Vela (sailing club) in Tarragona, the chance to practise windsurf, sailing and interesting options of enjoying the marine depths of our coasts.
You can also go, hiking or cycling, around the village following the paths which will lead you through a really well preserved rural landscape.
… or if you prefer, you can go a bit further to hike in our mountains of singular beauty.
If you would rather rest, you can stay in the village and enjoy the quietness of the gardens of the ancient castle.
Port Aventura in Salou and Aquopolis in Vilaseca are other options only half an hour away.