Welcome To Costa Dorada
Found in the Catalonia region, Costa Dorada is a strip of Mediterranean coastline in Spain, southwest of Barcelona. This area has long been a popular destination for inland Spaniards, with tourists opening their eyes more to this sunny destination.
The beach life is like any other in Spain, with sublime beaches and sizzling hot weather in the summer months, its no secret that the hardest part of the day would be basking in the sun and feeling the grain between the toes.
Many of the towns on the Costa Dorada are built around a castle or fortress. Most towns and villages are small and traditional, not having been overdeveloped with tourism. Yet they are friendly and well equipped with excellent amenities for holidaymakers. The flat terrain between the coast and the mountains enjoy an expansive natural landscape with peaceful villages and farms surrounded by vineyards, olive groves, almonds, and market gardens.
The Costa Dorada has a total of 216km of coastline. The name means the ‘Golden Coast’ and the beautiful region suits its name well, with its long stretches of golden beaches and crystal-clear turquoise waters.
Enjoy a first-class service at all the marinas with all the essential amenities, facilities, commercial areas and restaurants to make it the best stay.