Family Destination Torredembarra - Travel tips for a family getaway
Think lovely blue sea and sky, pretty landscapes and a town with plenty of culture and history. Visualize it's charming cobbled streets, interesting architecture, blended with plenty to do for all members of the family, and shaken not stirred with a vibrant feeling of a buzzing, modern seaside town. Torredembarra offers a large choice of Holiday accommodations on the Costa Dorada.
Torredembarra Travel Guide - Tourist information and top attractions
Best Beaches and Coves in Torredembarra
Torredembarra has more than 7 km of beaches of great quality, awarded with the blue flag and the EMAS and Ecoplayas environmental management label.
La Paella: It has a sports area, located next to the Marina of Torredembarra and along the promenade. It is the largest beach in Torredembarra and offers all kinds of family services: play area for children, bouncy castle in the water, workshops ... Then, a good gastronomic offer, chiringuitos and terraces to enjoy the sea breeze at night.
El Canyadell: A lovely cove surrounded by cliffs. In this same area you can find the lighthouse, the last one built in the whole Spanish State. This beach is characterized by its tranquillity and its natural beauty.
Baix a Mar: Located in the old fishing district. It has various children's services, beach tennis and a library on the beach. If you are a snorkel lover, you can fine here Los Antines, a very popular underwater landscape formed by 3 lines of rocks
Els Muntanyans: It is a very special beach, and recommended for the whole year. It conserves the last dunes and marshland after the Delta de l'Ebre. It has a limited space for naturism.
The ultimate beach guide of Torredembarra >
Fun things to do
After enjoying a day at the beach, we recommend you to discover the charm of this small coastal town, its narrow streets and unique buildings ... The Villa of Moro, the Castle, the old city wall ... Guided tours are the best option to know the historical legacy and the cultural heritage of Torredembarra.
The traditional and patronal festivals are also a great opportunity to get to know unique traditions.
The Marina, offers a program of activities for the whole family to bring people to the sea. With the title "Discover the sea in the Port", the activities combine leisure and learning and are aimed at adults and children from 6 years old. The main objective is to disseminate the knowledge of the marine environment by doing it in an entertaining and enjoyable way for all audiences.
12 routes for trekking or bicycle. One for each day!
Summer cinema, fairs, circus ... Find out about the guide of family activities programmed in Torredembarra, we help you organize your trip from beginning to end.
Sports and Adventure
Torredembarra allows enjoying your favourite sport all year long. On the beach, you will find several sports areas where you can play Volley Beach, Soccer, Beach Tennis or practice yoga.
If you love water sports, in the Maritime Club you can practice paddle surfing, kayaking, water skiing and much more. The catamaran excursion is a different and exciting activity. It lasts approximately 3 hours, round trip from Torredembarra to Cala Waikiki, passing through the Castle of Tamarit and the Torre de la Mora.
The Costa Daurada Golf Club consists of an 18-hole, par 72 course in a perfectly integrated Mediterranean environment. This ideally situated golf course, with its mild sunny winters, warm summers and its gentle sea breeze, offers all year-round enjoyment.
The gastronomy of Torredembarra, is a traditional seafood cuisine, transmitted from generation to generation. The best produce to elaborate dishes as same of ever.
The Ranxets are dishes that have always been present in the diet of Torredembarra population. Made with ingredients and basic products of the sea and the countryside, available to everyone in your home: garlic, tomatoes, nuts, oil, wine, vegetables and seasonal fish.
The Bull is a traditional dish made with the dry stomach of tuna and potatoes. (The gut and entrails of tuna, salty and dried) The origin of these recipe is due the need to preserve the fish with the salting method.
Discover a world of flavours and read our Top 10 restaurant Guide for Torredembarra for a gastronomic experience on your holiday.
Torredembarra with kids
Visit the Lighthouse: In Torredembarra you will find the last lighthouse built in Spain and the second tallest lighthouse after that of Chipiona. How many steps do you have to climb to get to the top?
The tourist train of Torredembarra: A walk in El Carrilet to discover emblematic places and curious anecdotes of Torredembarra.
Pleniluni Circus Festival: every year in July. Acrobats, clowns, magicians ...
Play to be biologists and explore the sea: Become a marine biologist! Learn to identify the different fish and small animals that are found next to the rocks and also the vegetation of the beach. A very interesting activity that helps to become aware of the ecosystem that inhabits the beach, thus promoting respect for nature.