The castle and church of Clarà

Clarà Castle was built in the s. XV-XVI on the old medieval castle. It is an old farmhouse or fortified medieval square, with a courtyard accessed through a semicircular arch, under a tower with a battlement, currently restored, and which possibly belongs to the primitive core of the 14th century. The building had a special significance in the s. XV during the war between King John II and the Generalitat. Clarà Castle is also known by the local toponym cal Xeco.

The castle is part of the Baix Gaià castles route, which covers 12 castles in the north of the Tarragonès region.

On the edge is the parish church of Sant Joan de Clarà, documented since the 13th century, reformed and/or modified during the 14th, 16th and 17th centuries and finally, in the 19th century.


Torredembarra still retains its Mediterranean essence. In its old town you can visit the castle, the Villa tower and stroll through its beautiful medieval streets. You will also be able to admire modernist buildings from the 19th and 20th centuries, the result of Indian businesses. The lighthouse, built in 2020, stands out, it is the last one to be built in Spain and the one with the tallest tower of all the Catalan lighthouses.

Torredembarra is one of the coastal towns with the most diverse and highest quality beaches and has an exceptional promenade, ideal for long walks by the sea and where tranquility always reigns. The visitor can enjoy 4 km of beaches with golden and fine sand: El Canyadell, La Paella, Baix a Mar and les Muntanyans.

Route of the castles of Baix Gaià

Circular route that passes through the twelve castles of the Tarragonès region, located in what is called the Baix Gaià, in the municipal terms of Tarragona, Altafulla, El Catllar, Torredembarra, Creixell, La Nou de Gaià, La Pobla de Montornès, Renau, La Riera de Gaià and Vespella de Gaià.


Tarragona, the city of history

Tarraco was an important administrative and mercantile city in Roman times and the center of imperial worship for all the Iberian provinces.

It was a small Rome, a port city, open to the Mediterranean, where many languages were spoken. Walking through the streets and squares of the city you will relive the times of Emperor Augustus and you will get to know the amphitheater, the theater or the circus. Tarraco extends beyond the city, a few kilometers away, you can visit the Ferreres aqueduct or Pont del Diable, the large Mèdol quarry or the Scipions Tower. The medieval city, built on top of the Roman city, is made up of noble buildings and narrow and steep alleys, presided over by the Cathedral of Tarragona.

Route of Modernism and Gaudí Center of Reus

Modernism is the most remarkable style of the urban landscape of Reus. The birth of Antoni Gaudí and the presence of some of his closest collaborators in the city have left a visible mark and have given the city aesthetic character. There are nearly 80 cataloged buildings that make up a spectacular showcase of modernist architecture from Reus and Catalonia. The memory of Antoni Gaudi is preserved with his birthplace and the Gaudí Centre, a space for interpreting modernism and the life and work of the great architect.


Cistercian route

The Cistercian Route is the link between the three most important Cistercian monasteries in Catalonia: Santes Creus, Monestir de Poblet and Vallbona. This is the most important cultural route in Catalonia. It can be done by touring, on foot or by bicycle.


Montblanc is one of the main medieval towns in Catalonia. Completely walled and with numerous historic buildings inside, it forms a small medieval town where the stones tell us about history, a living and intense history that you can breathe walking through its alleys and squares. For Sant Jordi, around April 23, Montblanc relives its history through Montblanc Medieval Week, it is a popular festival whose highlight is the representation of the legend of Sant Jordi.


The Penedès

A plain protected by mountains next to the sea, the mild climate of the Mediterranean coast and a permeable soil, rich in phosphorus, have turned the region into the main producer of wines and cavas in Catalonia, spread over more than 300 wineries.

The Priory

The Priorat is one of the most important wine regions in the world. Its wines, the result of wild slate landscapes, are of high quality. The traditional way of production is still preserved, with almost no mechanics in the harvesting process, and between steep mountains that are difficult to access. We suggest you do the Priorat Wine Route while doing tastings and getting to know the farmers, wineries and cooperatives of this beautiful Catalan region.


Delta of the Ebro

The Ebro River, the largest of the Iberian Peninsula, reaches the Mediterranean forming a large delta that seems to want to love the sea. Above it is the cultivation of rice which is responsible for bringing life to a changing and unique landscape in Catalonia. The traditional rice dishes or paellas of the Ebro delta are well known throughout the country, they are part of a rich seafood cuisine where mussels, oysters and prawns are also the star products. The beauty of the places in the Ebro delta are well known to the Flemish people, who live there all year round. Sant Carles de la Ràpita, the tourist capital of the Ebro delta, offers a wide range of nautical activities in Alfacs Bay, a small inland sea ideal for beginners and nature lovers.

Route of the Genius Landscape

The Genius Landscape is a tourist proposal to discover the essence of the landscape of the Costa Daurada and the Terres de l'Ebre that inspired the work and personality of the four great universal geniuses Antoni Gaudí, Joan Miró, Pau Casals and Pablo Picasso .

The offer proposes, through the Ruta del Paisatge dels Genis, visits and activities in the municipalities of Reus, Vendrell, Mont-roig and Horta de Sant Joan, where Gaudí and Pau Casals were born and where Miró and Picasso lived stay