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Enjoy the best plans near Costa Dorada, with BusPlana

Enjoy the best plans near Costa Dorada, with BusPlana

Undoubtedly, our environment offers the possibility to do outdoor activities during these months when the temperature is not as high as in the summer. With the arrival of cold weather, our plans change. We invite you to discover some proposals to make and in which you can use public transport.  

With BusPlana, you can travel to any of the locations that we propose, from Cambrils to Valls, through Vila-seca, Tarragona or Salou. You can check all the schedules of our regular lines at www.empresaplana.cat.  

Medieval Montblanc  

Surrounded by an impressive wall of 1,700 meters, which still retains the watchtowers that were erected during the Middle Ages, Montblanc invites us to stroll through its streets and breathe its medieval character. Its walled enclosure was declared a Historic-Artistic Site in 1947 for its Gothic architecture. In addition, within the walls you can see the Church of Santa Maria, built in the fourteenth century, and the church of Sant Miquel, dating from the thirteenth century and is recognized by the tower that characterizes its facade. 

Another of the curious corners of Montblanc is Museu del Pessebre de Catalunya, which houses more than 18,000 crib sculptures; as well as the family home of the artist Maties Palau Ferré, one of the greatest representatives of Catalan cubism during some decades of the last century.  

It is said that Montblanc was the setting for the legend of Sant Jordi and the dragon, a story that is celebrated every spring in the capital of Conca de Barberà region. 

The architectural heritage of Valls   

The town of Valls, capital of Alt Camp region, is popularly known as the cradle of the 'casteller' world, since this Catalan tradition was born in this municipality at the end of the 18th century. In reference to this fact, if you come to Valls, is a must visit Plaça del Blat, where, for centuries and until today, Xiquets de Valls have raised their majestic towers. In this same square is Casa de la Vila, in its beginnings, in the twelfth century, as a religious building, and later as the Town Hall. Its facade was rebuilt between 1895 and 1897, following an eclectic style, although the original building is in medieval style. 

In addition, Valls has a rich religious architectural heritage, highlighting especially the Chapel of Roser, inside which you can find a total of 2,538 glazed tiles on the walls, which recreate two landscapes of Battle of Lepanto, which took place in the Mediterranean Sea, in 1571. This space was declared a Cultural Asset of National Interest.   

During your day in Valls, you can also visit the highest bell tower in Catalonia, Sant Joan, with more than 74 meters high. If you climb to the top of it, you can see the entire Camp de Tarragona.   

Finally, while strolling through the streets of the old town, you can discover the old Jewish Quarter, from medieval times, and where the Hebrew facilities such as the synagogue, the old Studio and the public butcher's shop were located. Nowadays, Calle dels Jueus and Calle del Call are still preserved. 

Enjoy Reus  

If you are a lover of architecture, strolling through the center of Reus is a delight. Highlights include the main squares of the city, from Plaza del Mercadal, the true heart of the capital of Baix Camp, to Plaza de las Peixateries Velles, with its rectangular shape, from which you can contemplate, with perspective, the majesty of the Priory Church of Sant Pere, one of the symbols of the city. Also, Plaza Prim, where you can discover the facade of the Fortuny Theater, and Plaza de la Patacada where you can visit a shelter of the Spanish Civil War.   

On the other hand, you can enjoy the whole range of modernist architecture that the city offers. Casa Navàs, by Lluís Domènech i Montaner, which was built as a family home; and Casa Gasull and Casa Rull, in Carrer Sant Joan, are some of the jewels you will find among its main streets. 

The Coastal Path of Salou  

The municipality of Salou, located between Cambrils and the town of La Pineda, in Vila-seca, has become, in recent decades, the tourism capital of Costa Dorada. Beyond its beaches, one of its main tourist attractions during the summer, Salou has an ancient history and a natural heritage and landscape that is working to recover it completely.  

One of the routes, still somewhat unknown, that you can find in this town, is the Coastal Path, which runs along the entire coastline of Cap de Salou, from Paseo Miramar to Raco de Salou, with an integrated path of almost 10 kilometers long. Thanks to this route, you can enter the most hidden corners of the beaches and coves that make up the coast of the municipality. 

In addition, the Viewpoints route has recently been inaugurated, a project that plans to include up to 43 viewpoints along the coast. Some of the ones you can visit are the Platja Llarga viewpoint, the Punta Prima viewpoint, the Cala Morisca viewpoint and the Falconera viewpoint, among many others.   

Also, Salou works to pull forward the project 'A walk through the history of Salou', which aims to recover the historical and cultural heritage of the municipality, from the geological formation of Cap de Salou and the site of Kallipolis to the Renaissance and modern history.   

Remember that, in BusPlana, we offer schedules of our regular lines so you can travel to any of these locations in the province of Tarragona. You can check them at www.empresaplana.cat. In addition, you have our transfers from Barcelona airport, to reach the main towns of Costa Dorada. 


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