Enjoy your meal!
If you love gastronomy and discovering new flavours, on the Costa Daurada this could be non-stop. Among the many gastronomic plans that are offered in this area of the Catalan coast, we have selected the essential plans for the good gourmet:
Discover El Serrallo District in Tarragona
El Serrallo district in Tarragona, the fishing district, is an essential stop in this area. Every gourmet visits El Serrallo. You will find many restaurants here offering super-fresh sea products.
Don’t miss the restaurants in Cambrils
Another inescapable date for gastronomes. Cambrils, 6 km from Salou, is also a gastronomy reference point in the zone. Its restaurants, most of them located on the seafront between the fishing harbour and the marina, propose a gastronomic offer based on sea and seasonal products. The two restaurants with a Michelin star, El Rincón de Diego and Can Bosch, endorse this fame.
Wine tourism route through Priorat and Montsant
Any proud gourmet knows that a good wine is a fundamental part of the meal. And we understand a lot about good wines in Priorat and Montsant.
There is a wine tourism route that leaves from Falset in Priorat and covers over fifty cellars with DO Montsant and DOQ Priorat that offer guided visits and wine tasting. Some of the cellars where you can taste these wines are: Cooperativa Agrícola de Falset, Buil & Giné, Ferrer Bobet, the cellars in Scala Dei, or Celler Cecilio, among many others.
Discover the flavours of Roman Tarraco
The city of Tarragona was a very important settlement during the Roman Empire. Its legacy continues today thanks to the city’s Roman archaeological ensemble. And the efforts of the Tarragona people who decided to celebrate a festival in honour of Tarraco every year. This festival, Tarraco Viva, is held every year during the month of May and it is during this month that gastronomic sessions are organised, Tarraco a Taula. During these sessions you can taste the flavours of ancient Tarraco thanks to dishes made from old Roman recipes. Moreover, there are also cooking workshops, wine tasting and theatre about the commerce of wine during Roman times. This time it will be through your palate that you travel back in time to become a true, authentic Roman.
In addition to these plans on the Costa Daurada, there are many gastronomic sessions during all the seasons of the year, both on the coast and inland, which invite the visitor to taste the local, seasonal products from that region.