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ELS 5 SENTITS With a history of over 20 years, this eatery offers simple, local, good quality and excellent value fare. Great for large groups, no frills, no messing but nothing special either. Well worth the money with generous portions and great service. www.restaurantels5sentits.com €€ | +34 977253170


L’ANCORA


A typical coastal seafood eatery, with the added twist of being decorated as a large vintage yacht or even pirate ship…great value, great service with an interesting and varied range of fish dishes. Arrive early or book to get a table on the terrace. www.ancoradelserrallo.com €€€ | +34 617 49 46 54


DRINK


LA ISLA DEL MOJITO Cheap cocktails, lively and friendly locals with live music every Sunday, could you ask for more?


BEBOP


A superb little intimate jazz club with regular live gigs and filled to the brim every night adding to the wonderful atmosphere, with the extra added bonus of serving great value drinks.


MIAMI LOUNGE This place is a must for before and after dinner cocktails. There is an extensive choice of cocktails available in this lively and perfectly located bar. The place is localy known for its buzzy ambience and brilliant night time lighting. A great place to visit with friends.


BAR CORTIJO


Probably the oldest bar in the city with a traditional feel and offering. Definitely one for the bucket list to mix with the locals and even sample some of the local dishes on offer.


CULTURAL AFTERNOON UNESCO


The ancient Roman ruins were placed on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 2000. The site includes an amphitheatre, theatre, circus, city walls, Roman necropolis and an aqueduct, which lies just outside the city.


AMPHITHEATRE Built in the 2nd century the site measures 130m by 102m and could hold over 15,000 spectators.


TARRAGONA CATHEDRAL Declared a national monument in 1905, and was constructed in 1154. A glorious building with a bell tower 70m high.


NATIONAL ARCHEOLOGICAL MUSEUM The museum includes archaeological findings of Tarraco’s Roman and early Christian past. The museum’s origins lay in the 19th century, making it the oldest of its kind in Catalonia, with some collections assembling objects found from the 16th century onwards.


BEACH Finally, let´s not forget about Tarragona´s beautiful beach, Playa El Milagro. The golden sands of this Costa Dorada beach attracts visitors from all over and it offers a 980m stretch of sand as well as views of the port.


PORT TARRACO


41°06. 5´N 001°14. 6´E VHF 9


Tel +34 977 244 173 Email info@porttarraco.com Website www.porttarraco.com Max length 160m Max beam 32m Max draught 9m


BUCKET LIST


CONCURS DE CASTELL The fascinating Concurs de Castell celebration takes place in Tarragona, every two years. In October, the Le Tarraco Arena and the streets of Tarragona are filled with 32 teams of everyday people climbing up each others’ backs and onto shoulders in an effort to make the tallest human pyramid. A sight to behold.


EL SERRALLO PORT The fishing quarter, a picturesque area and well worth a stroll, watch the fishing boats bringing in their catch, whilst sampling tapas and aperos…


BALCÓN DEL MEDITERRÁNEO The terrace and the paths that extend from it offer a multitude of photo opportunities. Continuing a little further along the beach, the scenery becomes more rugged, providing a wide range of landscapes and backdrops.


FESTIVAL DE SANTA TECLA The largest festival of its kind in the region, taking place for 10 days in September, with origins tracing back to the 14th century.


KORXO A locally popular old-town wine


and tapas bar. Tables huddle under streetside umbrellas and there’s no wine list. The team will just dig you out something tasty from the impressive wine collection featuring Catalan DO favourites like Penedès and Montsant. Check out the down-to-earth tapas.


ESSENTIAL INFORMATION


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