Spanish Architecture

CAT61 - Alcanar (Barcelona Catalonia)

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  • Location: Alcanar (Barcelona Catalonia)
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  • Capacity: 4 double rooms and 4 suites
  • Distances: Tarragona 69 miles, Barcelona 127 miles, Lleida 125 miles
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This Small hotel is located in the South of the province of Tarragona in Catalonia, in a three and a half acre estate. This country house from the 19th century was once the summer residence of Alfonso XII, located in the Oasis of Alcanar, only 200 metres from the beach. The location is idyllic, surrounded by 2,500 orange trees which are fully cultivated to this day The hotel has eight spacious rooms with great views. The interior style is both modern and traditional with neutral colours, rattan furniture and gentle lighting. There is a wonderful lounging porch, complete with hammocks, with access to the garden and the two swimming pools. There is also an in-house tennis court The hotel offers breakfast and light meals in the evening but there are lots of excellent seafood restaurants along the coast at Las Casas de Alcanar - about 5 minutes drive along the small coastal road - or a little longer if you take one of the complimentary bikes and ride to the village.

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The countryside of the Costa Daurada can be defined as one of great contrasts. There are unspoilt areas of great beauty and interest: to the south, the Delta del Ebre Nature Park and the Ports de Tortosa-Besseit National Reserve, and to the west, the Prades Mountains. The latter have large forested areas in which picturesque villages exist in harmony with the nature surrounding them. Between these two areas we find the Serra del Montsant, a mountain range which contrasts with the previously mentioned landscapes for its lack of vegetation and animal life. The scenery is one of majestic rocks, nooks and crannies in which to shelter or hide and picturesque hermitages. You can imagine yourself in another age when these mountains were shared by bandits and those in search of peace and tranquillity. On the planes of the interior we discover a land of agriculture, mainly wine-producing, dotted with tiny, isolated settlements and small hills covered in pine trees.

Other features of this area are stone houses, Romanesque and Gothic monuments, buildings in the style of the modernist architects and small towns which serve as social, cultural and commercial centres for the interior counties. On the coast we also find great contrasts, with light as the common denominator. There are towns that have grown up offering a wide variety of services and facilities designed to satisfy the most discerning visitor. Some of these former fishing villages have become real tourist "meccas". We can, however, still find small towns where the main source of income is the sea, whose growth is orderly and controlled and where the objective is to preserve the best of the bygone days of these typical fishing ports..

The beaches are long and wide and slope gently into the sea, with few rocky outcrops. The sand is fine, golden and clean, as are the clear waters of the sea.


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