Calafell

Guide to the Municipalities

Calafell stands out thanks to its beaches, typical of the Costa Daurada. In addition to the main urban centre, which is not at the seafront, the municipality has grown significantly in recent decades in the coastal districts of Platja de Calafell and Segur de Calafell, thanks to increased tourisd second residencies.

However, apart from the tourist attraction of its beaches, Calafell offers other places of interest related to different stages in its history, such as the Iberian citadel or Santa Creu castle.

This municipality has been awarded the specialised DTF (Destino de Turismo Familiar/Family Tourism Destination) seal, given by the Catalan Tourist Board. During the holidays, family-friendly accommodation and hospitality is available alongside appropriate entertainment and leisure.



The essentials

- Enjoy a summer’s day on one of the beaches of the municipality.
- Go up to the castle of la Santa Creu and go back ten centuries in the history of Calafell.
- Visit the Iberian citadel and live like the ancient settlers.
- Visit the Carlos Barral Museum House.

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  • Region: Baix Penedès
  • Province: Tarragona
  • Location: Calafell, Platja de Calafell, la, Segur de Calafell
  • Size: 20
  • Inhabitants: 24672
You are adhered to: Family-friendly beach holidays
You are adhered to: Family-friendly beach holidays

Economic activity

Tourism and service companies comprise the most significant part of the municipality’s current economy. Traditional agriculture is limited to vineyards, olive trees, carob trees, and to a lesser degree, cereals and garden produce. Fishing also plays an important role.
You are adhered to: Family-friendly beach holidays
You are adhered to: Family-friendly beach holidays
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