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Calafell, Costa Dorada

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Calafell Overview

Quiet coastal town: Calafell holidays are ideal if you’re looking to take it easy for a week or two. The small number of hotels, bars and restaurants in Calafell give it a peaceful atmosphere, even during the summer season.

Historic sights: Even though Calafell holidays are based around a rather small town they still have a number of interesting sights, mainly an impressive castle and the ruins of a Roman villa.

Attractions in Calafell

Calafell Castle: The medieval castle in Calafell has years of history behind it, as it’s thought to have been built around 1037. The castle has been weathered somewhat as a result of it being passed from several noble families, with an order for it to be destroyed in 1642. Luckily, it has still survived and has retained some of its original medieval walls, which you can still see on your holidays to Calafell.

Vilarenc: Little remains of this Roman villa, which is believed to be over 2,000 years old. The site is still well worth visiting on your holidays to Calafell though, mainly for the remarkably well preserved water cisterns that were used in ancient times.

Iberian citadel: Way back in time, over 2,500 years ago, a full-scale settlement was located between Calafell and Segur. This Iberian fortress was created as a means of defence against invaders, but unfortunately it wasn’t able to protect the settlers from the Romans! After being reduced to rubble, the citadel was discovered by archaeologists, who then restored it back to its former glory. It’s fascinating to see the reconstructions of shops and houses made to look as they would have all that time ago. It’s certainly an amazing visit on your holidays to Calafell.

Activities in Calafell

Pitch and Putt Vendrell: The first nine holes for this excellent pitch and putt course were created in 1993, with the course adding another nine holes in 1995. At less than a kilometre from the centre of Calafell, it’s the ideal place to get some golf in while you’re on your holidays! You’ll appreciate the well tended greens, narrow fairways and two huge water features.

La Graiera Golf Course: This large golf club has two 18-hole courses – one official championship course and one pitch & putt course. There are great facilities here including golf lessons, a driving range and buggy rental. The main course itself is a challenging affair, with three lakes, many sand bunkers and long, narrow fairways.

Beaches in Calafell

Calafell Beach: There’s actually only one beach along the coastline of Calafell, but it’s a good one. At over 5km long, we’re sure you’ll agree that it has more than enough sand for you to enjoy on your holidays in Calafell! The beach is actually divided into three parts, but each one has the same golden sand and clear, calm waters. In fact, this whole stretch has had a Blue Flag award since 1992, in recognition of the cleanliness and excellent facilities. As well as showers and toilets, expect to find plenty to do out to sea, including jet-skiing, windsurfing and parasailing.

Restaurants in Calafell

Indian Restaurant Spices: This restaurant is quite a rarity as it offers utterly authentic Indian cuisine in Calafell, a traditionally Spanish resort. Dishes such as King Prawn Curry, Chicken Biryani and Lamb Rogan Josh are all waiting to be enjoyed by you!

Ca l’Emma: Decorated in an unfussy traditional style, this restaurant serves simple, beautifully cooked home comfort food in a warm, friendly atmosphere. Go for the prawn cocktail or salted sea bream to try their ultra fresh seafood.

Pizzeria Milan: A classic Italian Pizzeria where the food comes thick and fast once you’ve placed your order! They have all the toppings you’d expect, such as pepperoni, margherita and mushroom, as well as more unusual offerings like calzone (a folded pizza filled with the delicious topping). Prices are pretty low too, so it’s a great place if you’re on cheap holidays to Calafell.

Nightlife in Calafell

Spanish bars: Calafell holidays are of the relaxed and quieter variety, and many of the restaurants in the area also serve as bars as it gets later in the evening. Most of them have a typically Spanish style, with bars such as Del Passieg and Sa Caleta deserving a special mention.

Shopping in Calafell

Two weekly markets: There are markets in Calafell held every Tuesday and Friday. You’ll be able to find all manner of bargains there, including vintage clothes, local crafts and fresh produce. Don’t forget to try your hand at bartering for the prices, as many market stalls accept this as a common part of trading, and it’s a great way to ensure cheap holidays to Calafell stay cheap on the spending side of things too!

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