AO430 Apartments

Consell de Cent, 430, Barcelona, 08013, Spain
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beaches near Tarragona/ Salou

by hattita

Hi! I acutally live here but not familiar with Tarragona area. Some friends of mine are staying in Salou and I plan to visit them this weekend but I hear salou is not so nice ;-) does anyone have any tips on where is nice nearby and if easily accessible?

thanks

Hattie

Hola! vivo aquí en barna pero no conozco para nada la región de Tarragona/salou etc. Unos amigos míos están en salou y quería visitarles este finde pero me han dicho que la playa es muy chunga.. alguien me puede recomendar alguna playita bonita por ahí?? gracias

Hattie

Re: beaches near Tarragona/ Salou

by doodybee

la pineda beach is nice - well it was last time we were there
and theres a waterpark place there too

i wasn't overly fond of salou either

Re: beaches near Tarragona/ Salou

by mustertal

The beaches closer to Cambrils are very good, but do get crowded at week ends.

Re: beaches near Tarragona/ Salou

by DSwede

I agree, the beaches of Salou are not the best relative to the others around.
The beaches by Cambrils and La Pineda are better (these are between Salou and Tarragona).

Tarragona itself has a beach just opposite the train station, below the amphitheater which is nice if you are not driving. A better beach in Tarragona is just north by about 3km (good luck finding parking since it is always popular and busy).

Travel Tips for Barcelona

Barcelona is a large modern...

by parkwoody

Barcelona is a large modern Western city. In many respects, you might as well be in London or Chicago, except for the signs. Of course, there are many unique features which make Barcelona a must see while in Spain. My wife and I visited for three days at the conclusion of a Renaissance Cruise, which only whetted our appetite for a more leisurly visit in the future. The one thing in Barcelona that is a 'must see' is the Temple of Tibidabo, which sits on a high hill overlooking Barcelona. The views are spectacular The monastery at Montserrat was surely our fondest memory, and, in our opinion, one of the most beautiful spots we've seen on the face of the earth. The monastery clings to a platform in a 3,000 foot high massif overlooking Spanish hill country, about thirty miles or so from Barcelona. Paths wander about the massif with grottos and stations of the cross, and awesome overlooks. Add to that a magnificent church, and the sound of the oldest boys choir in the world,(that is, the choir has been around the longest, not that the boys are the oldest) and it simply doesn't get better. My wife and I fully intend to spend the better part of a week there when we return someday.

La Sardana - Catalan National Dance

by virtualpatrick

If you're in Barcelona on a Sunday, try to see the people dancing the Sardana, the Catalan national dance. Try near the Cathedral.

When I saw people doing the Sardana it was in the afternoon in the park across from La Sagrada Familia.

well covered for a September visit!

by oxymoron

This depends on the length of your visit. Summer clothes takke up less room and are also lighter in weight. September/early October in the city can still be fairly hot in my experience, but arrive prepared for changes in the weather.
eg - a couple of fine sweaters/jackets (linen is good if you are partial to it, and dosn't matter about the creases)
Lightweight hooded rainwear for the odd shower, and...umbrellas can be bought at a reasonable price when there. You can buy everything you need there, but we all have our must-haves, so just take what you need. Just be careful of making any camera too visible. Black is the best cover for a case, it's not highlighted Only suggestion I would make is when in the town centre, taking in the main tourist attractions/cathedrals etc, dress to suit any occasion. Very SHORT shorts/teeny strappy tops (in my opinion) are not the best choice. well as above. it varies. I've visited Barcelona every year in September for many years (violins playing in background, ha ha) and it is usually still quite hot/sometimes the odd storm, so...
Pack all the usual lightweight summer stuff with the addition of a sweater or two/rain jacket.
A little tip - if you visit the city in mid summer (july/august, it would be more comfortable staying in La Barceloneta area (beach area) since the cooling breeze from the sea makes the heat less oppressive, and an evening stroll along the sea-front is both cooling and relaxing.
From this part of town, all the attractions, Ramblas/Picasso museum are easily accessed by foot. Bus service also available.
Must point out here that La Barceloneta is an interesting community on its own with good restaurants/cafes/municipal market available.

Enjoying parks

by arlequin_g

If you like parks this is one I think you'd like to visit. It's the ideal place to take a rest and even a picnic. If you have visited Palau Pedralbes or Pabellons Güell you can go to this place which isn't far from them.
Go along Av Diagona until you are in Francesc Macià square. From there there is Av Pau Casals. Take this street, keep walking and in a cuople of minutes you get t this park, named by the way Turó Parc)
Monet would had enjoyed this place and sure he'd had painted the water lilies in the ponds there.

Rosa

by Gili_S

This is not really about doing shopping here but this small store, Rosa, was just a minute walk from our hotel and that was the place to get out daily drinks and snack. Running by Asian people this one was very convenience as like in Asia it seems to be open all the time and we could get all our needed "supply" here, water, drinks, snack etc.

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Address: Consell de Cent, 430, Barcelona, 08013, Spain