Camping Miramar’s location in Mont-Roig del Camp, which served as a source of inspiration for Joan Miró, is unbeatable. Just a short distance away we can find several points of cultural, culinary and leisure interest: the Roman city of Tarragona, Gaudi’s Reus, cosmopolitan Barcelona, the fishing village of Cambrils and the Port Aventura theme park.

Mont-roig del Camp

Between the sea and the mountains

The town boasts 12 kilometres of coastline which combine the long beaches with winding beautiful virgin coves, a place where you can partake in a number of water sports. The infinity of nuances and contrasts from the combination of the sea and the mountains create a magical palette that undoubtedly captivated and inspired the well-renowned Catalan, Joan Miró.

Port Aventura World

Just a few short minutes away

Just 10 minutes away by car from Camping Miramar, Port Aventura Park offers a world of fun for the whole family. The park is split into 6 themed areas (the Mediterranean, Polynesia, China, Mexico and the Far West) where you can go on rides or enjoy their shows. The Sesame Adventure playground, Shambala (the tallest roller coaster in Europe) and Costa Caribe Aquatic Park, one of the best water parks in Spain, were all recently inaugurated.


Mediterranean history

Ancient Tarraco, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2000, preserves vestiges of our Roman past: the wall, the amphitheater, the circus, the provincial forum, the National Archaeological Museum, etc. However, Tarragona not only has its Roman past, but also an important medieval past, modernist buildings, the seaside neighborhood of El Serrallo, among many other points of interest.


The fishing tradition

It is a town with a long history whose legacy is preserved in the shape of archaeological discoveries like the Villa de la Llosa Roman site, the medieval watchtowers, or the modernist cellar which currently hosts the Agricultural Museum, where you can learn about the history of the two most emblematic products from its fields: oil and wine. Its golden beaches, the fishing port and its excellent cuisine round off Cambrils’ appeal.

Terres de l’Ebre

Nature is just an hour away

The living nature at the Ebro Delta Natural Park is just one hour from the camp site. That is where the river which gives its name to this park opens into.

If you go into the Terres de l’Ebre, within just a few kilometres you will find the Els Ports de Beseit Natural Park inside the Els Ports’ mountains.

In both of these spaces with living nature in its purest form, you can see very rich fauna and flora, and if you are careful, you might even see some endangered species.


Lots of shopping

Located in the right in the middle of the Costa Dorada and very close to the main coastal towns is Reus, a quintessential Mediterranean Catalan town which is recognised in terms of tourism as a shopping city, its modernist-style heritage and its close links with the world-renowned architect, Antoni Gaudí.


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