Exploring the Catalan resort of Torredembarra is the ideal way of ensuring you make the most of the Mediterranean coast! This charming little seaside town offers visitors a choice of different beaches, all with fine golden sand but each with its own specific character. The most famous is "La Paella", gently shelving with calm water it is perhaps the perfect beach for children. If you want to admire "Alpha and Omega", the famous sculpture by Rafael Bartolozzi, then head for the "Baix a Mar" beach that fronts the former fishermen's district. And then there is "Els Muntanyans", with its dunes and marshes it is one of the last remaining natural beaches in Catalonia. Perfect for nature-lovers, those who enjoy walking and anyone seeking a quieter moment by the sea. The last of the town's beaches, "El Canyadell" offers a very special landscape with its cliffs and typical Mediterranean flora... Not far away the renowned Torredembarra lighthouse stands proudly on the cliff, the last lighthouse to be built in Spain in the 20th century!
Make the most of your trip to Torredembarra and discover its breathtaking architecture! The Icarts Castle, in the old town, is the last remaining non-military building in Catalonia that dates back to the Catalan Renaissance period. Today it has been beautifully restored and serves as the town hall.
The mudéjar style "Torre de la Vila" is the town's oldest monument, along with the ramparts that once enclosed Torredembarra. With many other monuments well worth exploring, this is definitely a must-visit destination for your next Yelloh! Village camping holiday!
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