The archaeological remains of ancient Roman Tarraco, a World Heritage Site since 2000, is recognized internationally by UNESCO, which recently declared it a site of Outstanding Universal Value, the highest category attainable.
What’s more, the area is home to the Monastery of Poblet, a UNESCO World Heritage Site; the Ebro Delta, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve; and human towers and Mediterranean cuisine, declared UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. In addition, Reus, the hometown of the renowned architect Gaudi, offers visitors exquisite examples of Catalan Modernism, while PortAventura World, with three of Europe’s leading theme parks, is a guaranteed fun-filled experience for guests of all ages. The region is also home to producers of outstanding wines and cavas.
The construction of an additional pier is currently underway to expand Tarragona’s infrastructure and to continue to ensure excellence in its cruise operations. The Balears pier will be an additional dock to those that the port currently has dedicated for cruises, and will offer 700 additional meters in 2021.
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