Camping Reus

Reus, birthplace of the world-famous architect Gaudí, offers an amazingly rich cultural and architectural heritage! Charming and picturesque, this is one of Spain's must-visit destinations.
The Salvador Vilaseca archaeological museum, the museum of Art and History, and the Fortuny theatre on Prim Square, also attract visitors keen to explore the town's treasures. But if you prefer to kick back and take life a little easier, the town centre offers over 600 shops, bars and restaurants. So you can simply relax or enjoy a little retail therapy, there is something for everyone!

Camping holidays Reus

Located only 10 km from the beaches of the Costa Dorada and 12 km from Tarragona, Reus is an architectural gem! The most important modernist building in the town, the "Casa Navàs", was designed by the architect Lluís Domènech i Montaner, between 1901 and 1907. But it is not merely the exterior, facing onto the "Plaça del Mercadal", that attracts its many visitors but the incredible interior decoration with its ceramics, mosaics, stained glass and original furnishings. Casa Rull, its façade decorated with winged lions, and Casa Gasull, were both the work of the same architect, and both fully deserve a closer look. Taken as a whole these early 20th century monuments make Reus a truly modernist town!

Famous as the town where Antoni Gaudí was born and grew up, Reus offers visitors a tourist trail that takes in not only the house where he was born and the church where he was christened but also the Gaudí Centre: a unique venue that showcases his lifetime's work! This innovative study centre takes you deep into Gaudí's world, offering a hands-on opportunity to literally feel his genius through its interactive exhibits.  Not to be missed when visiting Reus!