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T Spain Valencia Ibiza ga Motril Cartagena Tarragona Castellón Alcudia Palma Mahon La Savina Palamós Roses Barcelona


TARRAGONA, SPAIN


Must see tourist attractions


• The Roman remains in Tarragona (UNESCO World Heritage Site) and medieval route


• Monastery of Poblet, UNESCO World Heritage Site


• The Modernist route in Reus • Tasting qualified origin denomination wines in the area


• PortAventura Theme Park and Ferrari Land


Maximum ship dimensions for berth Length: no restrictions Width: no restrictions Draught: 19mtr


Anchorage Available: yes Ship tenders allowed: yes Tugs available: yes Tidal movement/range: none


Tarragona Cruise Port Costa Daurada has set itself up in the world of cruises as a Mediterranean destination. The region of Catalonia known as the Costa Daurada, and its capital, Tarragona, located about 100 km south of Barcelona, will undoubtedly prove to be one of the cruise destinations to watch closely in coming years. Tarragona enjoys the international recognition of Universal Exceptional Value Site by UNESCO, in which is included the collection of archaeological remains of the old Roman Tarraco; and the medieval monastery of Poblet as World Heritage Site.


Also, the Human Towers; one of the most genuine and original cultural manifestations in Europe, which is designated Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO. Tarragona Cruise Port is also synonymous of Gaudí. In Reus, Gaudí's native city, we still can see the places this genius frequented, and which are related to his life. It's worth highlighting the extensive range of wine producers in the area, with 5 denominations of


Dedicated quays Total number of quays: 3 Total length of quays: 1,460mtr Quay depth: 18mtr Passenger terminals: 1


Distances/Transportation City centre: 10 minutes walking from the Marina/ 13 minutes with the shuttle bus from the Levante breakwater berth Airport: Reus 10 minutes, Barcelona 50


Mailing Address Autoritat Portuaria de Tarragona Passeig de l’Escullera, s/n 43004 Tarragona Spain


Wwww.tarragonacruiseport.com Main Contact


Genoveva Climent Commercial Director E cruises@porttarragona.cat P +34 977 259 400 ext. 1307 F +34 977 225 449


origin of wine, including one as eminent as the Priorat. Furthermore, this destination has a full cultural and leisure offer, not forgetting that it can offer 7 golf courses which make Tarragona Cruise Port an excellent choice for golf lovers. One of the other big attractions is PortAventura World, Europe’s second largest destination resort. In 2017 they launched Ferrari Land, a new theme park which will offer all its visitors emotion, impact and unbeatable adventure, plus a new Kid's Area with 5 brand new attractions in 2018. Tarragona offers numerous cultural and natural attractions, which translate into an excellent variety of possible excursions around the port, allowing visitors to experience the city through its history, its traditional culture, the essence of its cuisine and its local businesses. Well connected with Europe and the rest of Spain, it has two international airports, one in Reus, only 10 minutes away, and the other in Barcelona, to which it connects directly through motorway AP2 in only 50 minutes


minutes Train: High-speed train station 20 minutes, City train station 8 minutes Shuttle service to city: yes


Traffic Total cruise passengers 2017: 51,390 Total cruise calls 2017: 37 Total cruise lines 2017: 11 Turnaround port? in 2017, 21 operations of partial turnaround


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