Costa Daurada Villa Rentals - come and visit Spain's golden coast
The Costa Daurada, known in Spanish as the Costa Dorada, is a region of southern Catalonia which is very different to its northern neighbour the Costa Brava. Its name means 'Golden Coast', and the coastline here is much less rugged than further north. Instead, the beaches here are known for being spacious, flat and sandy. Anyone staying in Costa Daurada holiday villas will notice that the region is very agricultural in character. The farmland is fertile here, and olive groves and vineyards dot the landscape.<
Carobs are also grown, as are nuts such as almonds and hazel nuts. Alongside this reliance on agriculture, the region also attracts many hundreds of thousands of tourists every year, both from within Spain and without. Many of the old towns of the region were originally fishing villages, and their location on the top of hills was a defensive measure against Corsair raids in the past. Although the growing tourist infrastructure has changed the appearance of many of these towns, their old quarters still bear interesting testimony to their fishing and agricultural pasts. There are many of these towns and villages which are well worth visiting for anyone who is enjoying a stay in Costa Daurada holiday rentals.
Choose to stay in Costa Daurada Holiday Apartments and soak up the glorious Spanish sunshine
An option for outdoors enthusiasts who are staying in Costa Daurada holiday rentals is to visit the delta of the Ebro river. This picturesque region is not only good for people who enjoy walking through picturesque country, but also for anyone who enjoys watching wildlife. The Delta is the second largest area of wetland in the western Mediterranean, covering 320 square kilometres of territory. Declared a Natural Park in 1983, over 3000 species of bird can be seen here. In terms of the beaches along the coastline, there are three disctinct regions offering slight variations in the kind of beach conditions on offer. The northern zone, running from Cunit to Mont-roig, is distinguished by having very wide beaches. Mountains mean that the middle zone, including the towns of Vandellos, L'Ametlla de Mar and L'Ampolla, has steeply sloping beaches which are quite narrow. The beaches which run from Ebro Delta to Les Cases d'Alcanar are long and have heavy, soft sand. A rural region with beautiful beaches and historical towns such as Tarrgona, a trip to Costa Daurada holiday rentals is a great way to spend time in Spain. With the emphasis very much on fresh sea air and a picturesque coastline, this really is a place to kick back and relax
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What are the most popular accommodations in the area?
The most booked accommodations in Costa Dorada are apartment rental and house rentals. We search from more than 2,933 accommodations in Costa Dorada to help you find the perfect place to stay during your trip.
How much does it cost to stay the night?
With Casamundo you can find rentals in Costa Dorada starting at €60 - On average, you will stay in a 119 m² (House rentals) or a 66 m² (Apartment rental).
Do you offer pet-friendly apartment rental in Costa Dorada?
When traveling with your dog in Costa Dorada, apartment rental are recommended. These are the most common pet-friendly accommodations with an average price of €181 per night.
Do you offer accommodations for traveling with a group?
Yes, we definitely have accommodations for groups in Costa Dorada. On average, the apartment rental has space for 5 guests.