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Property in Costa Dorada
The Costa Dorada has 216 km of Mediterranean coastline ending in the south with the Ebro Delta. Its average temperatures are around 7 to 10°C in winter and 20°C to 26°C in summer.
Most of the rainfall is concentrated in spring and autumn, although short, heavy showers are not uncommon in summer. Beaches are long and wide and slope gently into the sea, with few rocky outcrops. The sand is fine and clean, as are the clear waters of the sea in this area.
On this coast, there are towns that have grown up offering a wide variety of services and facilities designed to satisfy the visitor. We can, however, still find small towns where the main source of income is the sea.
The leisure resort Port Aventura Park (in Salou), the construction of several golf courses (four 18-hole Golf Courses), and the recent introduction of its main airport (Reus) among the destinations of some low-cost flights, has added interest to its Roman heritage, and subtracted importance to the presence of a nuclear power plant in Vandellos.
Now, the area seems to be prepared to attract some tourism and all new developments in Miami Platja, Cubelles and San Carles de la Rapita are good examples of this.